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Number of Pages: 173
Publication Date: 2005
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God's Greater Glory: The Exalted God of Scripture and the Christian FaithBruce A. WareCrossway / 2004 / Trade Paperback$12.49 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 5 Reviews
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The Father & the Son & the Holy Spirit: or Oneness- Jesus OnlyVel HobbsXulon Press / 2005 / Trade Paperback$13.49 Retail:
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Bruce Ware provides an approachable examination of the doctrine of the Trinity. He discusses the relationship and roles of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit and the practical implications of the Trinity for our lives.
Bruce A. Ware (PhD, Fuller Theological Seminary) is professor of Christian theology at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. He has written numerous journal articles, book chapters, book reviews, and has authored God's Lesser Glory, God's Greater Glory, and Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
Tim RaymondMuncie, INAge: 25-34Gender: male4 Stars Out Of 5Model of theology for laymenOctober 12, 2010Tim RaymondMuncie, INAge: 25-34Gender: maleQuality: 4Value: 3Meets Expectations: 4This book is great! It's the best short book on the Trinity I am aware of. It explains in simple but clear and accurate language what it means that God is a Trinity. It also shows the manifold applications of the Trinity to the individual, the family, and the church. My only criticism is that in a book intended for laymen, it occassionally uses technical language that average believers may not be familiar with (e.g., egalitarian, taxis, etc.). But for the layman who likes to read, it is outstanding.
John Hubbartt5 Stars Out Of 5October 14, 2009John HubbarttI have presently read about half of the book, and found that the content to be excellent. It is the best book on the subject of the Trinity that I have ever read. It is a very readable book, not needing a seminary/theological degree to understand. I would highly recommend the book to nobody wishing to have an understanding of a very difficult suject.
Ramsis Benjamin4 Stars Out Of 5February 9, 2008Ramsis BenjaminAlthough perhaps the concept of the Trinity could never fully be appreciated by our feeble minds, Mr. Ware's attempt nonetheless is noteworthy for its "down-to-earth" mannerism and its existence and applciation in the every-day life.