The Gospel is primarily about God. Part of the glory of the New Testament is that it explains the Gospel to us in terms of the glorious work of the three persons of the Trinity. Yet many can miss the rich Trinitarian backdrop of the New Testament because they are not looking for it. Knowing the Trinity shows that knowing God is knowing Him as Triune and that to know Him is to love Him.
For most Christians, the Trinity is a carefully defined doctrine that they must believe; yet it has little practical significance. In Communion with God, John Owen presents the doctrine of the Trinity as the most intensely practical and personal doctrine in Scripture. This is a study guide for John Owen's Communion with God. There is a summary and discussion questions for each chapter.