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Reviewed by Astrid Iustulin for Readers' Favorite
God’s Trinity Demystified by Adeoye Adedeji David is an exceptional essay about the Holy Trinity. This is not the easiest book to read, but it invites the reader to reflect and expand his or her knowledge of the subject. As the title implies, God’s Trinity Demystified focuses on God as a tripartite being and aims at proving that this idea exists in the first book of the Bible, Genesis. Adeoye disagrees with those scholars who assert that there is no reference to the Trinity in the Bible. Through a keen examination of parts of the text and even single words and a comparison with previous academic papers, the author reveals that the idea of the Trinity is present if not explicit.
On the whole, God’s Trinity Demystified is a well-researched and exhaustive book. It clarifies many concepts and theories, and it is a refreshing read for those who are already well-versed in Christian studies. Most importantly, it gives an excellent overview of the presence of the Trinity in the story of creation. The book presents new and enlightening references. The interpretation of keywords and important passages of Genesis is convincing and stimulating. I appreciated the in-depth analysis of the story of creation. The attention of Adeoye to every single aspect of the text reveals how valuable this book is. God’s Trinity Demystified can be an excellent resource for a general reader who is knowledgeable in Christian doctrine. However, its academic character and references make it more suitable for students and scholars.