(PRWEB) April 10, 2006
The Trinity is Christianity’s most important doctrine, yet the least understood. Most Bible scholars and Church leaders become bewildered when trying to bring clarity to its concept. In a book entitled “The Unveiling of the Trinity” by Christian author Tom Bosse and published by Tuvott Publishing, all confusion and mystery associated with the Trinity are removed.
As Christians observe Easter Day as the resurrection of Jesus Christ, they have even more cause to celebrate this year. They can experience a revelation of God as never before known in the history of Christendom.
The book examines the origin of the Trinity and why the doctrine failed to deliver a clear picture. Two things discovered as the source of confusion was the way the Trinity is presented and the omission of vital information needed for comprehension. What the Church failed to realize is that the Trinity never was truly a mystery. The Scripture verses revealing the Trinity become obvious once they become known.
Of the fourteen chapters in the book, one features eight non-Trinitarian religions with their view of the Trinity. Another expresses the three main segments of Christianity. The book illustrates why people seek after religion for salvation making note that religion is only a way to satisfy the void within the heart.
Scripture verses for the Trinity are referenced from both Old and New Testaments. Included are answers to questions previously unanswerable throughout the centuries. The book is for those who are puzzled or confused about the Trinity, especially those who still call the Trinity a mystery which includes just about everyone.
How Jesus exists as both God and Man is not as mysterious as it may sound. The Scripture verses answer all the questions individuals have about God in relationship to His Son Jesus.
Tuvott Publishing guarantees that as debates and questions continue, seekers shall never find the factual answer to the mystery of the Trinity other than the one revealed in this book.
"The Unveiling of the Trinity" is available through most bookstores and online stores. For further information go to the book’s website at http://www.tuvott.com/. In paperback--ISBN: 0-9723974-0-X.