How do the three persons of the Trinity relate to each other? Evangelicals continue to wrestle with this complex issue and its implications for our understanding of men's and women’s roles in both the home and the church.
Challenging feminist theologies that view the Trinity as a model for evangelical egalitarianism, One God in Three Persons turns to the Bible, church history, philosophy, and systematic theology to argue for the eternal submission of the Son to the Father.
Crossway; April 2015
- ISBN: 9781433528453
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- Title: One God in Three Persons
- Author: Bruce A. Ware (ed.); John Starke (ed.); Kyle Claunch (contrib.); Christohper W. Cowan (contrib.); Phil Gons (contrib.); Wayne Grudem (contrib.); James M. Hamilton Jr. (contrib.); Michael A. G. Haykin (contrib.); Robert Letham (contrib.); Andrew David Naselli (contrib.); K. Scott Oliphint (contrib.); Michael Ovey (contrib.)
About The Author
Bruce A. Ware (PhD, Fuller Theological Seminary) is professor of Christian theology at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. He has written numerous journal articles, book chapters, book reviews, and has authored God's Lesser Glory; God's Greater Glory; Father, Son, and Holy Spirit; and The Man Christ Jesus.
John Starke is the pastor of preaching at Apostles Church in the Upper West Side of Manhattan.