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  1. Jesus and the Father: Modern Evangelicals Reinvent the Doctrine of the Trinity
    Jesus and the Father: Modern Evangelicals Reinvent the Doctrine of the Trinity
    Kevin Giles
    Zondervan / 2006 / Trade Paperback
    $16.99 Retail: $24.99 Save 32% ($8.00)
    3 Stars Out Of 5 2 Reviews
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  1. Timothy Mills
    1 Stars Out Of 5
    March 27, 2007
    Timothy Mills
    I bought this book looking for a sound treatment of the Trinity; what I got was a book for egalitarian feminism in the church.Giles' biblical exegesis is non-existant, begging the question and making circular arguements. Giles' called Drs. Giesler and Grudem "heretics" for their positions on the Trinity.Giles argued against the Greek word "kefhale" as meaning "head," without offering any alternative meaning. He wrote that Kefhale in 1 Cor 11:3 cannot mean "head" in any of it's three uses in the one verse. The devistating self-confession of the book in the concluding chapter was that God is undivided in the "Immanent Trinity," but in the "Economic trinity" there is a subordination of roles; destroying his own arguement.
  2. Matt Erickson
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    March 22, 2007
    Matt Erickson
    Expanding on his earlier work, The Trinity and Subordinationism (IVP, 2002), Giles provides a thorough response to his critics with greater depth and insight. He makes his point strongly from biblical, theological, and historical grounds. If you read any book on the doctrine of the Trinity as it pertains to current debates, this is the one to read.
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