This book is the most detailed exegetical work on the Trinity ever written by an evangelical scholar. It begins with a discussion on epistemology and hermeneutics and then proceeds to deal with all the Trinitarian passages found in the Old and New Testaments, the Intertestamental Jewish literature, and early Church writings. Includes refutations of anti-Trinitarian arguments.
Carefully documented scholarship combined with a straightforward and journalistic writing style make this a serious work that can and should be read by every thinking contemporary Christian.
- Title: The Trinity: Evidence and Issues
- Author: Robert A. Morey
- Publisher: Faith Defenders
- Publication Date: 1996
- Pages: 587
About Robert A. Morey
Robert A. Morey is an internationally recognized scholar in the fields of comparative religions, the cults, and the occult as well as on Islam. He is the author of over forty books, some of which have been translated into Spanish, Swedish, Hungarian, Norwegian, Dutch, German, French, Italian, Chinese, Turkish and Farsi. He is scholar in residence with the Research and Education Foundation and the Executive Director of Faith Defenders.