It’s a question few Christians will typically entertain: how do you enjoy communion with all three persons of the Godhead in worship? Dr. Glenn Butner offers satisfying, biblical answers to many such queries in his outstanding book, Trinitarian Dogmatics: Exploring the Grammar of the Christian Doctrine of God. It’s his topic of discussion today with Jonathan and James.
Indeed, the word “Trinity” is not mentioned in Scripture. Still, the evidence for the eternal coexistence, inseparable operations, and unmistakable unity of Father, Son, and Holy Spirit is found throughout its pages. Today’s conversation and Butner’s book help us clarify—or even “correct our grammar”—when considering this essential doctrine of God.
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