Is the Trinity Practical? (Cultivating Biblical Godliness)
McGraw, Ryan M.
“At first glance, this booklets title may well strike you as oddit did me! If, as Calvin said, divine triunity is Gods distinctive mark, the wording seems to ask, Is God practical? But the title is getting at something extremely important. The doctrinal affirmation that within the Godhead there are three personswholly coequal and all fully divineis not an arcane element of the Christian faith with little or no significance to the actual living of the Christian life. Rather, as Ryan McGraw ably shows by means of the Scriptures, this truth about God is utterly essential to Christian growth and maturity. As such, this is a welcome addition to the growing body of Reformed literature about the Trinity.”See All
Michael A. G. Haykin
professor of church history and biblical spirituality at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, Kentucky
The Trinity is an important doctrine, yet many Christians perceive it as difficult to understand and irrelevant to their Christian lives. Author Ryan McGraw explains that the Trinity is the foundation of the gospel, which we must come to understand as the work of all three divine persons - Father, Son, and Spirit. He shows us, in practical application, the ways that we grow in grace and piety as we learn to apply the truths of the Trinity to our daily walk with God.