The Trinity, does the Bible teach it? Does it have any practical relevance to the everyday life of Christians? The Trinity is one of the most difficult doctrines of Christianity to understand.
It seems that many times Christians have an imbalanced view of God. For example, who is the Holy Spirit? Is He divine? Is He an impersonal force, or just the mind or power of God, and therefore, is “He” an “It”? What is the role of the Holy Spirit in the life of Christians, especially related to their growth or sanctification? Does our view here really even matter much?
You are invited to join us in the Living the Truth Adult Discipleship Group THIS Sunday, February 17, in Heritage Hall, at 10:45 a.m., for the second lesson in a three-week series, The Trinity: Is Three a Crowd? Taught by our own Professor Craig Hawkins, the series will give particular attention to the person and work of the Holy Spirit.