The Becoming of G-d: What the Trinitarian nature of God has to do with Church and a deep Spirituality for the Twenty First Century
Published May 17, 2008
Christian Mysticism , Church , Community , Emergent , Faith , Gatherings , God , Scripture , Technology , Theology
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Doesn’t this look fascinating? I know the Trinity isn’t always the most comprehensible of Christian spirituality ideas, but the older I get the more I’m drawn to it. Ian Mobsby’s newest literary offering looks like a must-read; let’s see if we can get it more widely published in the U.S. while we’re at it. In the meantime LuLu has it here.
Related, Ian has a U.S. & Canada book tour gearing up; try and see him here.
PS: Ian is part of Westminster, London’s Moot Community. You should listen to their podcast and read their blog if you don’t already.