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The Forgotten Trinity Paperback – November 1, 1998
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About the Author
James R. White is the author of several acclaimed books, including The King James Only Controversy and The Forgotten Trinity. He is an elder of the Phoenix Reformed Baptist Church, director of Alpha and Omega Ministries—a Christian apologetics organization, an adjunct professor with Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary, and a professor of apologetics with Columbia Evangelical Seminary. He and his family live in Phoenix.
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As was stated by another reviewer who did not give a favorable review, the point of this book is NOT to defend the Trinity against all of the confusing and misleading tendencies of scholars that are already decidedly agaist its revelation in scripture, nor try and answer every conceivable question or problem ever discussed. Rather, this author aims to provide a concise and specific demonstration of its strong presence in scripture, and to clarify some difficult passages regarding this doctrine. Attempts to limit and communicate this doctrine as simply being a couple of old guys in a room who needed a story to cover for Jesus being the incarnate God or that it was historically constructed much later and is bereft of biblical support and in opposition to significant portions of the canon of scripture is analysis gone awry.
I wholeheartedly recommend this book to the theological student, or reader that has an interest in digging deeper, but recommend its technical nature for those who really want to examine things in a specific and grammatical manner.
What I learned: Passages supporting the doctrine of the Trinity, its presence in scripture, and techical "walk-throughs" of some greek NT passages showing the Trinitarian theology.