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The Heavenly Trio

Exploring the views of Ellen White and the early Adventist Pioneers regarding the Trinity.

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We will explore the implications that emerge from the theological premise, in its antitrinitarian form, that God is a solitary self. We will also explore, by contrast, the implications of a social theology of God, which we will call Covenantal Trinitarianism, for reasons that will become beautifully evident as we proceed.

This book is titled, The Heavenly Trio. It is a follow-up to my previous release, The Sonship of Christ, which explored the identity of Jesus as ?the Son of God.? In that study we engaged in what we called ?an Old Testament reading of the New Testament,? allowing the Hebrew narrative of Moses and the prophets to tell us what the apostles mean when they say that Jesus is ?the Son of God.?

While Sonship was written for a wide audience of Bible students from all denominational backgrounds, Trio offers perspectives of specific interest to Seventh-day Adventists.

It explores the anti-trinitarian views of the founding pioneers of the Advent movement, as well as the view developed by Ellen White, who is regarded as a prophetic voice to the Advent movement.

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