Few doctrines are more difficult to understand, and none are more central to the faith, than the doctrine of the Trinity. Here are several books I recommend on the subject of the Trinity.
Delighting in the Trinity by Michael Reeves.
It’s a feeling every reader knows and loves, and perhaps especially the reader of theology. It is the feeling that comes as you read a book and find yourself thinking “This could change everything.” There are some books that go straight to what you think you know, what you are so sure of, what you’ve so carefully constructed, and begin to pull it all apart and to replace it with something that is so much better, so much loftier, so much more worthy of God. Michael Reeves’ Delighting in the Trinity has been one of those books to me. After ten pages I was hooked, after twenty I was reeling and after fifty I knew I would have to go back and read it all again.
- The Deep Things of God by Fred Sanders – This is a difficult but beautiful read
- Father, Son, and Holy Spirit by Bruce Ware – Ware puts a lot of effort into personal application.
- The Forgotten Trinity by James White – This is an excellent, slightly technical book.
- The One True God by Paul Washer – Though not specifically on the Trinity, this workbook-style book will draw you to Father, Son and Holy Spirit.