Thursday, April 7, 2016

Book & Broadcast Notes: McGraw on the Trinity / New Podcasts

The Trinity is an important doctrine, yet many Christians perceive it as difficult to understand and irrelevant to their Christian lives. Does the doctrine of the Trinity matter in a practical way? What does Trinitarian devotion look like?

Reformation Heritage Books has published another new booklet by Dr. Ryan McGraw, GPTS associate professor of systematic theology, exploring these subjects.

Is the Trinity Practical?, another in RHB's Cultivating Biblical Godliness series, explains that the Trinity is the foundation of the gospel, which we must come to understand as the work of all three divine persons—Father, Son, and Spirit. 

Dr. McGraw shows in practical application the ways that we grow in grace and piety as we learn to apply the truths of the Trinity to our daily walk with God.

Order the booklet on sale now here.

Two new broadcasts featuring book author interviews on the seminary's Confessing Our Hope podcast were aired in March. These included:

  • "Who Shall Ascend to the Mountain of the Lord." Dr. Michael Morales discussed his book on Leviticus by that title. Listen here.
  • "From the Pen of Paul." Rev. Daniel Hyde, pastor of a United Reformed Church in Carlsbad, Calif. discussed his new commentary on I and II Thessalonians. Listen here.