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Originally printed under the title The Three Are One, this new edition What the Bible Teaches About The Trinity provides the reader with an straightforward, basic presentation of the doctrine of the Trinity.

Do you have problems understanding what the Bible teaches about the Trinity, or have you had to try to answer people who do not believe that Jesus Christ is God and who deny that the one God is three, and that there are three who are God? Could they possibly be right? How can we answer them?

In this brief book Stuart Olyott shows that what we call 'the doctrine of the Trinity' is plainly taught in the Bible and that it is the foundation for a true understanding of the Christian gospel. The book is written in understandable language and is intended for the ordinary reader. Although it certainly discusses the error of the modern cults, its main purpose is to lead people to a better understanding of what God has revealed about himself.

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Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 104
Vendor: Evangelical Press
Publication Date: 2011
ISBN: 0852347464
ISBN-13: 9780852347461
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    Deepening our Knowledge of the Triune God of Scripture
    June 20, 2016
    Don Haflich
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    In the midst of what seems to be a crazy internet debate*, the doctrine of the Trinity has once again cropped up in various theological circles and people from all denominations are weighing in all across the world. Learned men from a large swatch of denominations are constantly adding value to the discussion by viewing the Trinity from all possible angles and searching out all the possible trajectories at play here.

    Seeing the nuances of this debate makes volumes like What the Bible Teaches about the Trinity so vital to a proper understanding of ad intra relations within the Trinity. Not only does Stuart Olyott provide stunning clarity here on a vast subject, he takes readers along a theological journey that is sure to add strength to any foundation. In unfolding the biblical revelation of who God is, Olyott provides for the reader, glimpses into the eternal generation of the Son and the eternal procession of the Holy Spirit, among other vital chapters.

    At just under 100 pages it's possible to finish this in just one sitting. The content, however, takes a lifetime to understand as the Trinity carries inherently within itself a level of paradox. How can one exhaustively understand that God is one and many? How can we wrap our finite minds around the fact that God is equally both one and three? These things are too lofty for us to attain to, and even on the other side of glory we will continue to dwell with God while maintaining a level of paradox.

    Olyott draws on a large reservoir of historical theology to show the reader how different aspects of the doctrine of the Trinity have grew up over time. In closing he leads the reader through a minefield of errors to avoid as we study, think, and speak of the Trinity and the character of the Godhead.

    As the doctrine on which "every distinctive gospel doctrine rests" we must not be too hasty in rushing past a volume such as this one. What the Bible Teaches about the Trinity is a vital resource which should be in the hands of every pastor and teacher of Gods revealed Word. The companion volume on the Trinity, What the Bible Teaches about the Person of Christ is sure to be another helpful resource.

    Stuart Olyott. What the Bible Teaches About the Trinity. Welwyn Garden City, UK: EP Books, 2016, 112 pp. $9.99.

    *As of 06/17/2016, Reformed Forum has compiled a great deal of resources on this controversy. It seems that the list will be updated to match the growing number of articles being added to the mix.
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    Excellent Overview of the Trinity
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    The Trinity is an essential part of the gospel message. While it is difficult to understand and articulate and there are no lengthy Bible chapters devoted to explaining it, the truth remains that the heart of the gospel would be gone without the Trinity. Because of that, it is essential for the Christian to defend the Trinity. That is what this book attempts to do. The author spends a large portion of the book writing about who God is and logically arguing from Scripture for why God is One, the Father is God, Jesus is God, and the Holy Spirit is God. If these four things can be proved from Scripture, then the doctrine of the Trinity can be defended.

    The author does not stop there but continues with an overall defense of the doctrine of the Trinity after defending each part of the Godhead. But even after all the scripture and arguments he presented, Olyott makes the important statement that the Trinity is without analogy; it cannot be fully understood but it is to be believed. I own the older edition entitled "The Three are One" while this is the new edition. This book is rooted firmly in Scripture and I highly recommend it to be read by all people that either profess belief in the Trinity or are interested in learning more about it.
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