The Trinity is the least understood and most important concept in the church. Yet many would just as soon jettison it in the interest of ecumenical unity. God in Three Persons defends the significance of a Trinitarian definition and explains it in understandable terms.
God in Three Persons: A Contemporary Interpretation of the Trinity is perfect for scholars, pastors, students, and theologians. The Logos edition of this volume is fully searchable and easily accessible. Scripture passages link directly to your preferred translation, and important theological concepts link to dictionaries, encyclopedias, and a wealth of other resources in your digital library.
- Provides a contemporary approach to basic doctrine
- Explores key teachings of John’s Gospel
- Offers applications for graduate systematic and historical theology study
- Title: God in Three Persons: A Contemporary Interpretation of the Trinity
- Author: Millard J. Erickson
- Publisher: Baker
- Publication Date: 1995
- Pages: 356
About Millard J. Erickson
Millard J. Erickson is a distinguished professor of theology at Western Seminary in Portland, Oregon. He received his BA from the University of Minnesota, BD from Northern Baptist Theological Seminary, MA from the University of Chicago, and PhD from Northwestern University. He has served as a pastor and seminary dean and has taught at numerous schools, including Bethel University, Southwestern Baptist Seminary, and Baylor University.