Trinity and Reality: An Introduction to the Christian Faith
by Ralph Allan Smith
Publisher: Canon Press & Book Service 2004
Number of pages: 226
The Trinity is the heart of the Christian gospel, but Father, Son, and Holy Spirit seldom occupies that position in contemporary discussions of the Christian worldview. This book helps fill the need by unveiling the Trinity at the center of reality. Ralph Smith shows how Trinitarian life shapes covenants, creation, revelation, miracle, kingdom, self, church, and eternity.
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