One on One about the Three in One: A Series of Theological Conversations on the Trinity
Over the past several weeks, Credo Magazine has highlighted a series of conversations between various theologians and Matthew Barrett on the doctrine of the Trinity. Each conversation has focused on a different chapter from Barrett’s new book: Simply Trinity: The Unmanipulated Father, Son, and Spirit (Baker, 2021).
The topics covered include the eternal generation of the Son, inseparable operations, the eternal relations of origin, divine simplicity, the role of the Bible in theological method, and much more. Throughout the series, the various forms of “trinity drift” alive in evangelicalism are also addressed including social trinitarianism and the eternal functional subordination of the Son.
Conversations on the Trinity:
- Trinity Drift and Evangelicalism with Thomas Kidd
- Can We Trust the God of Our Fathers? with James Eglinton
- Since When Did the Trinity Go Social? with Craig Carter
- The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Trinity: Fred Sanders, Matthew Barrett, and the Dangers of Conflation
- Why Must God be One to be Three? Divine Simplicity with Matthew Levering
- What is Eternal Generation? with J.V. Fesko
- Is Eternal Generation Essential to the Gospel? with Charles Lee Irons
- Does Eternal Subordination Compromise Biblical Orthodoxy? with Liam Goligher
- Why Should Evangelicals Reject the Eternal Subordination of the Son? with Michael Bird
- Confessing the Holy Spirit in an Age of Biblicism with Michael Haykin
- Does the Trinity Work Inseparably? with Ryan Hurd
- Can We Have Communion with the Trinity? with Kelly Kapic