Exploring the views of Ellen White and the early Adventist Pioneers regarding the Trinity.
Ty Gibson has written a superb study of the doctrine of God as it was perceived by Ellen White and the early Adventists, sensitive to their real concern for God as a distinct relational being. Gibson appropriately portrays how diligent Bible study moved Adventists past various philosophical pitfalls and took them to a truly biblical perspective of The Heavenly Trio. This sequel to The Sonship of Christ is a brilliant call for Adventists to follow in the footsteps of those early Adventists to comprehend and experience divine, relational, covenantal dynamics.
Denis Kaiser, Assistant Professor of Church History, Theological Seminary, Andrews University
Superb writing and a perfect companion to The Sonship of Christ! The Heavenly Trio compels us to elevate Christ to His rightful place in the Godhead. Truly a seminal work for our time.
John S. Nixon II, DMin, Lead Pastor, Takoma Park Seventh-day Adventist Church
The Heavenly Trio may be one of the most significant books produced in the last couple of decades that addresses a theological issue. This book is a ground-breaking work that pushes out the frontiers of Adventist understanding on the subject of the Trinity. A compelling, coherent defense of the doctrine of the Trinity in the context of God’s extravagant covenant love. Timely and profoundly relevant. The Holy Spirit was moving powerfully when this book was written!
Stan Beerman, MDiv, Assistant to the President, Oregon Conference of SDA
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