Jonathan Edwards' unpublished Essay on the Trinity is a wonderfully Christ-centred expedition into the life of God.
Steve DeWitt invites us to enjoy the beauty of God in the Trinity, in his works, and especially in Christ's person and work.
Mike Reeves asks how Jesus is different to any other god in the second of three talks.
Gregory of Nyssa shows how the doctrine of the Trinity does not mean that Christians worship three gods.
Melvin Tinker explores the doctrine of providence, engaging along the way with Open Theism, the doctrine of the Trinity, and the idea of 'risk'.
Tony Lane advises us not to shy away from the doctrine of God's wrath, but to embrace it as an expression of God's holy love.
Glen Scrivener opens Isaiah and shows that mission is at the heart of the life of the Church because it is in the heart of God.
Dane Ortlund preaches Jonathan Edwards' sermon on 1 John 4:16: God is love.
Paul Blackham thinks about God's sovereignty by asking why good things happen to bad people – and arrives irresistibly at the cross.
Mike Reeves speaks at Ligonier's 2019 National Conference on God's aseity, simplicity, and immutability – and why the gospel depends on these truths.