Bestselling author Joseph Girzone returns to the reflections on his personal spirituality typical of Never Alone and A Portrait of Jesus, his most popular books since the original Joshua.
With Trinity, Joseph Girzone guides readers to a deeper understanding of this foundational concept, explaining why it is not antiquated theological dogma, but a living expression of the very essence of God. He offers support and clarity to those who already believe in God, and invites those who profess not to believe on a journey to find “an image of a God who is believable, and perhaps, even lovable.”
For centuries, Christians have struggled to understand the nature of God as three persons in one. But with grace similar to that which allowed Saint Patrick to explain the Trinity by using a shamrock, Girzone takes a step back from the most arcane explanations to offer a simple, useful understanding. He begins by showing the ways God was perceived by the ancient Hebrews and reveals how Jesus forever changed that image of God. As he chronicles the growth from the time of Jesus and the early Church, writing about the challenges Christianity faced from both within and without, Girzone elucidates the mysterious ways the Trinity works in the world and especially, in the Church, as an extension of Jesus’ presence in history. Writing with passion and insight, he helps readers understand how the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit work within individuals as well, guiding them as they struggle along the pathways of life on Earth.
About the Author
JOSEPH F. GIRZONE is the author of the bestselling Joshua series, A Portrait of Jesus, Never Alone, and many other books, and is the founder of the Joshua Foundation. He lives in Albany, New York.
Praise for Joseph Girzone:
“Girzone draws on the wisdom of the centuries, writing [with] humanity and spirit.” –Kirkus Reviews
“Girzone focuses on the heart of the matter, the truth of the Gospel, the revelations of the heart, and people relate to his words, respond to his wisdom, read his books, and beg for more.” –The Catholic Times