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Living in the light of the Trinity

by Sam Allberry


Price: £7.99
Publisher:IVP(Inter Varsity Press)
Published:15 June 2012
Sam Allberry offers solid Trinitarian life in this his second book. It's whole-life implications are well explored. The Trinity can be a mysterious theological concept yet is brought alive with faithfulness, fresh and clear application. As Sam pens, "Understanding the Trinity helps us make sense of so much of what we hold dear: friendship, marriage, church, love, service, identity. Things that are precious to us, but which we are not always able to properly account for, find new significance when examined in the light of the Trinity. Things we cherish about God - his love and integrity, the coherence of his Word, the nearness of his presence, and, above all, his matchless love poured out for us through the death of Christ - all these can only make real sense when we discover that God is, in fact, Trinity." p15-16 Engaging, wise and enlivening. Anything that causes us to know and love God more, can only be good!

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Reviewer: Johnny Douglas   (24/12/12)
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