The pioneers of the Adventist church didn’t believe in the doctrine of the Trinity, so why should we? Shouldn’t we remain true to our root?
Ty Gibson explores the doctrine of the Trinity from the specific perspective of Ellen White and the pioneers of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. He traces their journey as they grappled to understand the relationship between the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, and how the current view held by the church was formed not in spite of the pioneers, but because of their specific concern.
As you read, you’ll find that, far from being an inconsequential theological debate, the doctrine of the Trinity has far reaching implications for our daily Christian experience, and, when understood, forms the most beautiful picture of God imaginable.
“The Heavenly Trio is a groundbreaking work. It may be one of the most significant theological books of the last couple decades.”—Stan Beerman, MDiv, Assistant to the President, Oregon Conference of SDA
Out of StockISBN: 9780816366408Format: Hardback