There is not a more important and practical doctrine than the Trinity. In our day, however, there are few doctrines that have been more overlooked. Giving Glory to the Consubstantial Trinity seeks to counteract this trend by offering a clear and concise bibleical defense of the Trinity and its practical implications. This book demonstrates how the historical development of this doctrine in the Anti-Nicene and Nicene eras was undertaken not by philosophically-minded academics, but by pastor-theologians who grounded their though first and foremost in the Scriptures and had a burning concern for the salvation of men and women.
Haykin, with his impeccable scholarship, has produced a short, readable account that will help many to appreciate these struggles and to grow in their knowledge of God. Buy it, read it, give it to a friend.”
In a clear and learned way, Michael Haykin connects the Bible to Athanasius and the Cappadocians and does so in a way that demonstrates the importance of the fourth century credal conclusions to contemporary church life.”
–Carl R. Trueman