Knowing the Trinity (Paperback)
Knowing the Trinity: Practical Thoughts for Daily Life, by Meet the Puritans contributor Ryan McGraw, is the latest book from the Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals.
The Gospel is primarily about God. Part of the glory of the New Testament is that it explains the Gospel to us in terms of the glorious work of the three persons of the Trinity. Yet many can miss the rich Trinitarian backdrop of the New Testament because they are not looking for it. Knowing the Trinity shows that knowing God is knowing Him as Triune and that to know Him is to love Him.
Each chapter of Knowing the Trinity leads readers to meditate on God’s work and how they relate to Him in light of passages of Scripture that appeal to all three divine Persons. The study questions included in are designed to promote personal devotion or group discussion.
This book aims to show that the Trinity is the foundation of all biblical doctrines, the lifeblood of the church, and the heart of Christian experience.
Publication Date: 2017
Topics: the Trinity, daily life
Scripture Reference: Ephesians 2:18, 1 Peter 1:1-2, Ephesians 1:3-6, Ephesians 1:7-12, Luke 1:35, Matthew 3:13-17, Hebrews 9:13-14, Acts 2:33, Gal. 4:4-6, John 14:12-14, Ephesians 4:1-16, John 4:21-24
Table of Contents:
- What is Trinitarian Piety
- The Trinity in the New Testament
- The Trinity and the Plan of Salvation
- The Trinity and How the Father Saves us
- The Trinity and How the Son Saves us
- The Trinity and Christ's Incarnation
- The Trinity and Christ's Life and Ministry
- The Trinity and Christ's Death
- The Trinity and Christ's Resurrection
- The Trinity and Christ's Ascension
- The Trinity and How the Spirit Saves us
- The Trinity and Adoption
- The Trinity and Prayer Meetings
- The Trinity and the Church
- The Trinity and Spiritual Gifts
- The Trinity and Worship
- The Trinity and the Gospel Ministry
- The Trinity and Baptism
- The Trinity and the Lord's Supper
- The Blessing of the Triune God
'The Trinity is the central doctrine of the Christian faith because it involves the very identity of God. Yet many Christians are unsure as to how this is supposed to shape their Christian lives. In the tradition of John Owen, Dr McGraw here offers a lively and accessible account of the doctrine and its practical and doxological implications for every Christian. I think this will prove to be a very helpful volume.’ – Carl R. Trueman
Ryan M. McGraw (PhD, University of the Free State, Bloemfontein, South Africa) is Professor of Systematic Theology at Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary, Adjunct Professor of Doctoral Studies at Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary, and Research Associate at University of the Free State.
Number of Pages: 142