What can we know about God's character and triune nature? Suggesting that this knowledge is founded in participation in the practices of the Christian community, this collection of essays from Catholic and evangelical scholars explores the use of the Bible, the sacraments, prayer, and hospitality to reveal how communal activities help us understand God better. 283 pages, softcover from Eerdmans.
This important book shows that a true and complete understanding of God's triune nature is inseparable from participation in the practices of the Christian community. Written by a diverse group of respected Catholic and evangelical scholars, these engaging chapters explore such Christian practices as the use of the Bible, the sacraments, prayer, and hospitality, showing how participation in these communal activities gives rise to knowledge of God. A perceptive work intended for readers from every Christian tradition, Knowing the Triune God has important implications for contemporary church unity.