Mike Reeves opens his book “The Good God” with this comment:
“God is love”: those three words could hardly be more bouncy. They seem lively, lovely and as warming as a crackling fire. But ‘God is a Trinity’? No, hardly the same effect, that sounds cold and stodgy.
But like me, Reeves is firmly convinced that the two phrases go hand in hand, adding, “Yes the Trinity can be presented as a fusty and irrelevant dogma, but the truth is that God is love because God is a Trinity.” Continue reading