Holy, Holy, Holy: Proclaiming the Perfections of God
by 9 authors D. A. Carson, Sinclair Ferguson, Alistair Begg, R.C. Sproul, R. C. Sproul, Jr., Thabiti M. Anyabwile, W. Robert Godfrey, Steven Lawson, Derek Thomas (theologian)
Reformation Trust 2010
The angels in Isaiah’s vision of God’s heavenly temple (Isa. 6) used threefold repetition to praise his holiness, the superlative form of emphasis in the Hebrew language. Their cry tells us that nothing is as significant as the holiness of God.
Tragically, the holiness of God has been obscured in our time, and as a result, the church’s doctrine and ethics have been tarnished, entertainment has replaced worship in many places, the Gospel is misunderstood and neglected, and the church assimilates itself to the culture instead of seeking to transform it through the preaching of God’s Word.
Holy, Holy, Holy: Proclaiming the Perfections of God offers a corrective. Here, the holiness of God is defined, explored, and praised by a lineup of leading evangelical pastors and scholars, who show how it affects our worship, doctrine, and personal walks with Christ.
Adapted from the lectures at the 2009 Ligonier Ministries National Conference, Holy, Holy, Holy unfolds the character of God and the holiness that sets him apart. Here is high theology in understandable language, bringing deeper knowledge of God and promoting love for him.
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- Preface by R. C. Sproul
- Exploration of the holiness of God
- Understandable theology to bring a deeper knowledge of God
- Title: Holy, Holy, Holy: Proclaiming the Perfections of God
- Authors: Thabiti Anyabwile, Alistair Begg, D. A. Carson, Sinclair B. Ferguson, W. Robert Godfrey, Steven J. Lawson, R. C. Sproul, R. C. Sproul Jr., and Derek W. H. Thomas
- Publisher: Reformation Trust
- Publication Date: 2010
- Pages: 145
About the authors
Alistair Begg is a graduate of The London School of Theology and has been in ministry for 32 years, including Charlotte Chapel in Edinburgh and Hamilton Baptist Church. Since 1983, he has been the senior pastor at Parkside Church just outside Cleveland, Ohio. He has written several books and currently hosts a weekly radio program, Truth For Life.
D. A. Carson is a respected professor, author, and speaker. He is currently a research professor at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, where he has been teaching since 1978. Carson earned an MDiv from Central Baptist Seminary and a PhD in New Testament from Cambridge University. He lectures in academic and church settings around the world.
Sinclair B. Ferguson is a professor of systematic theology at Westminster Theological Seminary in Dallas, Texas. Previously he was a minister of St George’s Tron Church in Glasgow, Scotland. He is a prolific author and well-known conference speaker.
R. C. Sproul Jr. is a teaching fellow at Ligonier Ministries and professor and lecturer at Ligonier Academy in both the Bible college and DMin programs. He is also founder of Highlands Ministries and author of Believing God: 12 Biblical Promises Christians Struggle to Accept.
R. C. Sproul is the founder and president of Ligonier Ministries and president of Ligonier Academy. He also serves as the senior pastor of Saint Andrew’s in Sanford, Fla., and he has written more than 70 books including Defending Your Faith, The Truth of the Cross, Truths We Confess, and commentaries on Romans and John in the Saint Andrew’s Expositional Commentary series.