Believing Three Ways in One God
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This concise introduction to the main themes of the Apostles' Creed emphasizes the fundamentally Trinitarian character of the Creed, which is often overlooked, and thereby the essential contours of the Christian faith. The author shows that, in using the Creed, we grow in knowledge of ourselves, each other, the world and the mystery of God. This is a practical, rather than an academic, book, which aims to bring ordinary Christians to a deeper understanding of the words they say in the Creed.
"This welcome reprint in the SCM classics series gives us Lash's reading of the apostles' creed. That the book is already deemed worthy of 'classic' status is quite striking, since it is only ten years old, but now as then it repays thoughtful reading. (...) For those who missed it first time round this will be a welcome chance to meditate on profound theology simply expressed." THE HEYTHROP JOURNAL, vol 46. N0.1, January 2005
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