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Categories : Christian, Christian Living, History / Theological Resources, Robert Solomon, Teaching and Exposition
The Trinity and the Christian Life: Sound Doctrine for Faithful Discipleship

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I have looked forward for a long time to a book like this. It will help pastors and communities of faith understand the uniting function of the New Testament teaching of God the Father, God the Son, and God the Spirit as one God. Bishop Solomon of Singapore has made this teaching sing with integrity.

Rev Thomas Oden
General Editor, Ancient Christian Commentary on Scripture,
Director of The Center for Early African Christianity, Eastern University,
and Founder of the Institute of Classical Christian Studies

For many Christians, the Trinity is just a puzzling historical doctrine, and nothing more than that. Is the doctrine still relevant for our present day? Why did the early church struggle so hard to ensure that the doctrine was carefully stated in its creeds? What does the Bible say about the Trinity? Why is the Trinity the central doctrine of the church, on which depends much of proper Christian thought and experience, including our salvation, worship, prayer, relationships, unity and mission? We will examine these questions and come away more aware of the necessity for all Christians to believe in the Trinity, and, more importantly, to live the Trinitarian life.

ISBN:
Size:
No. of Pages:
978-981-47-6512-1
229mm by152mm (closed)
248 pages

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Weight 0.35 kg

Retail Price : $25.68

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I have looked forward for a long time to a book like this. It will help pastors and communities of faith understand the uniting function of the New Testament teaching of God the Father, God the Son, and God the Spirit as one God. Bishop Solomon of Singapore has made this teaching sing with integrity.

Rev Thomas Oden
General Editor, Ancient Christian Commentary on Scripture,
Director of The Center for Early African Christianity, Eastern University,
and Founder of the Institute of Classical Christian Studies

For many Christians, the Trinity is just a puzzling historical doctrine, and nothing more than that. Is the doctrine still relevant for our present day? Why did the early church struggle so hard to ensure that the doctrine was carefully stated in its creeds? What does the Bible say about the Trinity? Why is the Trinity the central doctrine of the church, on which depends much of proper Christian thought and experience, including our salvation, worship, prayer, relationships, unity and mission? We will examine these questions and come away more aware of the necessity for all Christians to believe in the Trinity, and, more importantly, to live the Trinitarian life.

ISBN:
Size:
No. of Pages:
978-981-47-6512-1
229mm by152mm (closed)
248 pages

Additional Information

Weight 0.35 kg