God's Trinity Demystified

The Veil Covering It Is Finally Removed

Christian - General
158 Pages
Reviewed on 11/27/2019
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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.

Liz Konkel

God's Trinity Demystified: The Veil Covering It Is Finally Removed by Adeoye Adedeji David is a Bible guide aimed at studying the Holy Trinity by using the story of Creation from the book of Genesis. The Trinity is explored through Bible verses and other sources to examine God as the Father, the Son, and the Spirit. The goal is to show readers how God reveals Himself and to offer an understanding of what it means to be made in God's likeness. The book of Genesis is broken down with a thorough examination of creation and aims to get rid of the cloak of mystery surrounding the Trinity. The book is aimed at students, pastors, and teachers looking to further explore God's Word.

The style is well-organized and easy to follow with parts that focus on denial of the Trinity, proof of the Trinity, and the story of creation. The author uses Bible verses and a variety of sources to understand important words and phrases which are underlined for convenience. The important words and phrases are furthered explored with Adeoye going into each by breaking everything down so time is spent to genuine understand what is read. God's Trinity Demystified is structured like a lesson with the start of the book covering the denial of the Trinity, then followed up by examining each aspect of Genesis, creation, and the Trinity. The guide helps to inspire readers to get closer to God with a detailed analysis that breaks down every little detail to understand God's actions. Demystified is a keyword used throughout that gives the tone of the Trinity being debunked with proof of the three. The voice used is passionate with a clear understanding of the topic.

The creation of man plays an important role in how the Trinity is explained, weaving through the formation of man to the cost of disobedience. Genesis is the only book of the Bible that is thoroughly explored with Adam and Eve's expulsion from the Garden of Eden and the fall of Cain and Abel. The understanding of the garden and the casting out leads into a thought-provoking conversation on the subject of good and evil. Those seeking a deeper study of God's Word will find that in God's Trinity Demystified which is ideal for students and teachers wanting to extend their understanding of the Trinity and creation.

Vincent Dublado

We are restless creatures. We are always trying to change the face of the planet in which we live. On top of that, we are always finding answers to questions. One question that continues to elude our grasp is the inexplicable enigma of the Holy Trinity. The anointed Nigerian Pastor Adeoye Adedeji David attempts to address this mystery in God’s Trinity Demystified. He might be accused of jumping into that long-standing fray between theists and atheists, but this book strikes one as a peaceful attempt at magnifying some overlooked answers. He uses linguistic deconstruction to prove that the Judeo-Christian God is three personas operating under a single entity. One instance is picking out verbs in the Book of Genesis, which he refers to as “observation verbs.” If these verbs are further grouped regarding thought, word, and work, it would manifest three personalities with specific tasks in creation. He dispels the failed attempts at explaining the Trinity’s existence through man, the elements, and geometry.

Adeoye delivers his figurative interpretations with clarity and conviction and provides theological references at the end of this slim volume to back up his arguments. He uses the Bible as his only weapon of choice in laying out the foundations to the elusive answers about the handwork of the Holy Trinity. God’s Trinity Demystified calls our attention to the fact that the answer we’ve been looking for all along can be found in the Bible itself, and that we only need to look with an open heart and mind and continue to meditate on it. The range of his exploration in the pages of the Bible is dedicated. His arguments may not win over nonbelievers, but his insights are worth contemplating.

Asher Syed

God's Trinity Demystified: The Veil Covering It Is Finally Removed by Adeoye Adedeji David is a non-fiction theology book that endeavors to put to rest any argument that the doctrine of the Trinity—that God is also the Son (Jesus) and the Holy Spirit, all at once—is proven throughout the text of the Holy Bible and, therefore, is indisputable among Christians as true. Broken up into six separate parts, David presents each with scriptures and sheds the light of God's word throughout the book of Genesis to deliver an unveiling all done in the name of God the Father, the Son God and the Spirit God. David also provides backstory, explanations, and strong evidence in support of these findings.

It's pretty evident from the first few pages that Adeoye Adedeji David has committed his life to God. God's Trinity Demystified puts the best of intentions into legitimate and literal practice, bringing forth the experience and education that only a life of service can, and compiling it into a succinct, straightforward, and engaging piece of work. My own understanding of Christianity is limited, but the style of writing and the pinpointed evidence given was more than enough to see how David's message has the weight to stand firmly on its own. I can only imagine that a scholar, a pastor, or an inquisitive member of the Christian flock would find this resource to be relevant and important. I think this would be an enlightening manuscript to have as part of any theological journey.