Find a good, helpful book like mike reevess delighting in the trinity and spend time there first. Lets hear it for the athanathian creed was legally required recitation in england. Michael reeves unpacks the significance of the trinity for christian life with a straightshooting, conversational style honed by years of student ministry. An introduction to the christian faith by michael reeves isbn. Peters ss peterborough, on and the toronto blue jays in the 21st round of the 20 mlb june amateur draft from florida gulf coast. And if you want to know more, and grow in your delight in the trinity, then mikes book, the.
The triune god and the cross michael reeves wg14w mike reeves. In this lively book, we find an introduction to christianity and the christian life that is from start to finish rooted in our triune godfather, son and spirit. In this brief and winsome book, michael reeves presents. Why the trinity debate matters for the pulpit and the pew. He takes cues from preachers and teachers down through the ages, setting key doctrines of creation, the person and work of christ, and life in. Enter michael reevess new book delighting in the trinity. From the first few pages, reeves puts his reader at ease.
We are back one more time with historian and theologian michael reeves talking about his incredibly good book, delighting in the trinity. Finally, reeves has structured the book in a trinitarian way, covering first the father, then the son, then the spirit, and finally, the uniquely trinitarian glory of god. Books by michael reeves author of delighting in the trinity. He then goes on to look at the historical developments of our understanding of the trinity including the division between eastern and western churches over how to understand the trinity. Mike reeves book is drawn from the many talks he has given over the last few years available on mp3 at on the trinity.
Trinity 9part video series by michael reeves monergism. Previously he was an associate minister at all souls church, langham place, london. Michael reevess books michael reeves average rating. Michael reeves s most popular book is delighting in the trinity. Thats a short video of mike reeves, author of the good god and head of theology for uccf speaking about the importance of the trinity in our presentation of the gospel as part of the evangelical alliances confidence in the gospel initiative. An introduction to the christian faith by reeves, michael isbn. Convinced that the triunity of god is the secret of his beauty, reeves writes from a full heart, with contagious enthusiasm for the trinity. Rejoicing in christ by michael reeves, paperback barnes. New haven sda temple brooklyn, ny recommended for you. He completed his phd at kings college, london under colin gunton. Drafted by the toronto blue jays in the 42nd round of the 2009 mlb june amateur draft from st. This keeps reeves from losing focus in the main text, but also gives the reader bitesized breaks, and a little taste of the wideranging impact of the trinity that other books neglect. Reeves serves as the president and professor of theology at union school of theology in oxford. A fiveminute video edit of the address michael reeves gave at all souls church in may 2014, marking the launch of the free resource website.
My wife and i have listened and benefited from his talks, and so are very glad to be able to read him too. He is currently theological advisor for the universities and colleges christian fellowship uccf in the uk. The breeze of the centuries and on giants shoulders. Why the trinity is so delightful michael reeves wg14w. In this second episode of the authors on the line podcast i talk with author, theologian, and historian michael reeves about his new book delighting in the trinity ivp, 2012. So delighting in the trinity by tim chester is a great find.
There is substance here that outweighs that of books much harder to understand. He was also associate minister at all souls church, langham place. But the nuanced details of this debate still matterwhether or not the son was subordinate. He is author of several books, including rejoicing in christ. He oversees the theological resources website, theology network. The good god delighting in the trinity my digital seminary. September 16, 1990 in peterborough, canada ca draft. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Mike reeves explores the issue of religious pluralism by comparing islams allah with the christian triune god. Some books on the trinity can come across as a technical manual of heresies to avoid. Mike introduces the reader to the god who is loving, giving, overflowing, relational. Reeves is the author of books such as delighting in the trinity, the unquenchable flame, discovering the heart of the reformation, the breeze of the centuries, on giants shoulders and the good god. In this lively book, we find an introduction to christianity and the christian life that is from start to finish rooted in our triune godfather.
Formerly, he was associate minister at all souls langham place, london. Rejoicing in christ by michael reeves 2015, paperback ebay. Join facebook to connect with mike reeves and others you may know. Michael reevess delighting in the trinity is an enjoyable introduction to the doctrine of the trinity. Delighting in the trinity paperback michael reeves 10ofthose. Systematic theologian fred sanders, in the deep things of god, shows why we ought to embrace the doctrine of the trinity wholeheartedly and without reserve.
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Mike reeves is great on this, with an extended book form simplicity. Michael reeves has 27 books on goodreads with 15535 ratings. Michael reeves phd, kings college is an author, theologian, historian, and professor who teaches at wales evangelical school of theology west and is the director of union, a west initiative that puts the theological academy back in the local church context. Marvin olasky, world magazine, june 29, 20 michael reevess delighting in the trinity is an enjoyable introduction to the. Michael reeves quotes author of delighting in the trinity. We discuss the nature of god in three persons, why our triune god created the universe, how the trinity changes our eternal prospects in heaven, and why knowing about this triune god matters for the christian life. Michael reeves how the trinity transforms the christian life. There is something gratuitous about creation, an unnecessary abundance of beauty, and through its blossoms and pleasures we can revel in the sheer largesse of the father. Facebook gives people the power to share and makes the. Chester sets out the biblical case for the trinity in a clear and easy to understand way.
July 14, 2012 by steve in the trinity, theology, videos leave a comment the doctrine of the trinity is not a maths problem. In this lively book, we find an introduction to christianity and the christian life that is from start to finish rooted in. The god who is trinity mike reeves from trinity media on vimeo. He has also written numerous articles for publications including international journal of systematic theology, themelios, desiring god, credo and. He provides a wonderful overview of jesus in eternity, jesus triumphing over evil and jesus reigning forever. Many people also recommended fred sanders the deep things of god which i had never read. This question spurred me to research, and ended with me encountering one of the most enjoyable, practical, and insightful theological texts ive ever read.
From babylon to america, the prophecy movie by school for prophets attila kakarott duration. Reeves is the author of books such as delighting in the trinity, the unquenchable flame, discovering the heart of the reformation, the breeze of the centuries, on giants shoulders, and the good god. The doctrine of the trinity is widely taught and believed by evangelicals, but rarely is it fully understood or celebrated. For you who revere my name, the sun of righteousness will rise with healing in his wings mal 4. He holds a doctorate in systematic theology from kings college, london and is the author of the good god. Michael reeves phd, kings college, london is president and professor of theology at union school of theology in oxford. Michael reeves is president and professor of theology at union school of theology in oxford, england. Delighting in the trinity tim chester the good book. Michael horton michael reeves has written a simple and yet elegant introduction to the work of jesus christ. With his light and accessible manner, mike shares a profound taster of just how good god is. Pondering the eternal, essential trinity tim challies. In his talk, michael explains why union is so needed now to serve the church, particularly in europe.
I wouldnt even say it was merely the best book on god i have ever read. Reeves shows that for believers, our life is from christ, and christ is our life. Mike reeves gives a one hour rundown of church history from the church fathers to schleiermacher. The book will undoubtedly be a fantastic read and in the words of glen scrivener lifeshaping. He is married to bethan and they have two children. Mike reeves on trinity, gospel and church apostolic theology. It is out at the beginning of march 2012 next month and is now available to preorder from. Convinced that the triunity of god is the secret of his. A trinitarian gospel from evangelical alliance on vimeo. Whether this point or another, there are many godglorifying, heartwarming, mindbending, soulinspiring truths sprinkled throughout the pages of delighting in the trinity. Mike reeves is an evangelical theologian and author. He is the featured teacher for the ligonier teaching series the english reformation and the puritans. Even many christians find the trinity confusing, but delighting in the trinity is the clearest and best written explanation ive ever read. Recently a subscriber to reasons for god wrote and asked me, can you recommend any indepth books on the trinity.19 151 723 669 1261 544 1138 1118 587 868 1151 377 1437 1427 47 1493 574 509 1472 486 240 1581 158 68 1032 955 989 305 1557 352 355 1078 5 1109 646 257 1186 847 1194 502