Trinity 101 : Father, Son, Holy Spirit
Trinity 101 offers readers a basic approach to the Trinity as history portrays it, as a doctrinal concept, and how it is revealed in the Scripture. This is highly useful to those seeking a starting point of Christian theological study of the Trinity, from high school age onwards; and also to educated adults who are drawn to this topic. James Papandrea writes in an engaging and accessible style on the theological background of the Trinity.
- Paperback | 143 pages
- 129.54 x 185.42 x 25.4mm | 136.08g
- 26 Aug 2012
- Liguori Publications,U.S.
- Liguori, United States
- Illustrations, black and white
Back cover copy
Trinity 101: Father, Son, Holy Spirit, guides readers to explore and consider the mystery of the Blessed Trinity, one of Christianity's most important doctrines. Author James L. Papandrea begins with an overview of how the Trinity is revealed in Scripture and then takes the reader on a tour of the historical development of the doctrine. Papandrea discusses the major heresies that sparked debate in the early Church and explains, line by line, the Nicene Creed, including the word "consubstantial." He takes an intangible concept, that of three persons in one, and makes it real for Christians today, inspiring them to participate more fully in the life of the Holy Trinity.