Do you have problems understanding what the Bible teaches about the Trinity, or have you had to try to answer people who do not believe that Jesus Christ is God and who deny that the one God is three, and that there are three who are God. Could they possibly be right? How can we answer them?
In this book Stuart Olyott shows that the doctrine of the Trinity is plainly taught in the Bible, and that it is the foundation for a true understanding of the Christian gospel. The book is written in straightforward language and is intended for the ordinary reader. Although it certainly shows up the error of the modern cults, its main purpose is to lead people to a better understanding of what God has revealed about Himself in His Word.
Stuart Olyott, born in Pakistan in 1942, was brought up in Asia, Chester and West Wales. He has held pastorates in London, Liverpool and Lausanne and served both Bryntirion College and the Evangelical Movement of Wales. He travels widely as a conference speaker and is the author of several books, including a companion to this volume (What the Bible Teaches About the Trinity), and four titles in the Welwyn Commentary series (Ecclesiastes and Song of Solomon, Daniel, Romans, Ephesians)