Other Works

Augustine. On the Trinity. NPNF, First Series, 3:1-228. (This is considered the most thorough development of the orthodox doctrine of the Trinity in the history of the church.)

Bavinck, Herman. The Doctrine of God. Trans. by William Hendriksen (Edinburgh and

Carlisle, Pa.: Banner of Truth, 1977 [reprint of 1951 edition]), pp. 255-334. (This is one of the most thorough modern discussions of the Trinity.)

Beisner, Calvin. God in Three Persons. Wheaton, Ill.: Tyndale Press, 1984.

Bickersteth, Edward H. The Trinity. Grand Rapids: Kregel, 1957 reprint.

Bloesch, Donald G. The Battle for the Trinity: The Debate Over Inclusive God-Language. Ann Arbor, Mich.: Servant, 1985.

Bowman, Robert M., Jr. Why You Should Believe in the Trinity: An Answer to Jehovah's Witnesses. Grand Rapids: Baker, 1989.

Brown, Harold O.J. Heresies: The Image of Christ in the Mirror of Heresy and Orthodoxy From the Apostles to the Present. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, 1984, pp. 95-157.

Davis, Stephen T. Logic and the Nature of God. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1983, pp. 132-44.

Gruenler, Royce Gordon. The Trinity in the Gospel of John. Grand Rapids: Baker, 1986.

Harris, Murray. Jesus as God. Grand Rapids: Baker, 1992.

Kaiser, Christopher B. The Doctrine of God: An Historical Survey. Westchester, Ill.: Crossway, 1982, pp. 23-71.

McGrath, Alister E. Understanding the Trinity. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1988.

Mikolaski, S.J. "The Triune God." In Fundamentals of the Faith. Ed. by C.F.H. Henry. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1969, pp. 59-76.

_. Knowing God. Downers Grove, Ill.: InterVarsity Press, 1973, pp. 57-63.

Wright, D.F. "Augustine." In NDT pp. 58-61.

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