Read this book. In this focused and enlightening treatise, John Owen defends the truth and coherency of the doctrine of the Trinity. Owen responds most explicitly to the heresy of "Socinianism. Working with both Scripture and tradition, Owen vigorously argues for a traditional account of the Trinity. To indicate the importance of the Trinity, Owen ends his treatise with an explanation of the satisfaction of Christ. For without the Trinity, Owen argues, there can be no doctrine of satisfaction of sins through Christ. This tightly argued work will remind readers of the importance and power of the doctrine of the Trinity.
Source: Wikipedia. Victor, On the Trinity. If you have the cash, please pick up the Synopsis of Purer Theology. The section on the Trinity is breath-taking. Short, but not a word wasted. Edward H. Bickersteth, The Trinity. James Dolezal, God without Parts.
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This is an excellent book. As I've tried to understand the current debate on the Trinity I've found that the key issues are usually related to our doctrine of God. Shows Calvin offers the minority report. A very worthwhile study. Russell L.
Stanley Grenz, Rediscovering the Triune God. Spiceland, One God in Trinity. That should go without saying. But even some men with whom I would disagree with on points can still make valuable contributions to my own learning.
Reformed writers, historically, have quoted Roman Catholics, for example, if they felt the papist was saying something decent! Saturday, September 28, Mark Jones July 2nd, comments. Additional Titles Edward H. Cornelius, Emmitt C. Jenson: An Exposition and Critique.
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Cowan, Christopher. Dahms, John V. Daughters, Kenneth. Davidson, Max. Fish, John H. Giles, Kevin. Goldsworthy, Graeme. Hall, Jason. Holdsworth, Christopher B. David S. This is the victory which overcometh the world, even our faith"; and: "Who is he that overcometh the world, but he that believeth that Jesus is the Son of God? There is some terrific advice for homeschooling, as the stories are real and relatable, and the advice is sage. Not only may Wallis neglect the term for its confusing associations or other problems which are legitimately raised by his opponents, but the center of his argument is not about the word person in particular, but the consistency of there being three somewhats in one God.
From this abstract discussion, Wallis moves to several biblical texts to show how anthropomorphic terms are used to describe God, particularly in his Trinitarian nature. Horrell, J. Janosik, Daniel. Johnson, Keith E. An Evaluation of Three Recent Proposals.
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- An Hour Year;
- Brief Declaration and Vindication of The Doctrine of the Trinity.
- Owen, John (1616-1683) (DNB00).
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- Linear Robust Control (Dover Books on Electrical Engineering).
Keener, Craig S. A Study of John in Context.
Declaration and Vindication of the Doctrine of the Trinity Annotated
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- A (Somewhat Annotated) Bibliography on the Trinity?
- SPLIT HEAVEN (Mirror Empire Book 4).
- Fishy Business (Sly Fox and Joe Coyote Book 2);
- Around Warrensburg (Images of America)?
- COLLECTION OF JOHN OWEN'S WORKS!
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