S 84 Celebrating the Trinity: Faith, Worship and Mission (2003)

Despite it being central to Christian belief, many Christians struggle with the reality of what it means to know God as Trinity.

This thoughtful study moves away from static understandings that are too often either simplistic or misleading, and instead engages with what it means to celebrate God as Trinity in worship, faith and mission. It offers a profound critique of many aspects of contemporary Christian practice.
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Author: Revd Myra Blyth

Myra is Deputy General Secretary of the Baptist Union of Great Britain with responsibility for matters of Faith and Unity, and Fellow of the Centre for the Study of Christianity and Culture, Regent's Park College, Oxford. She was formerly Director of Inter-church Aid, Relief and Refugee World Service at the World Council of Churches.

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