In this 8 chapter work by Boettner (Reformed, Presbyterian), he examines common (that being enjoyed by all people). He first looks to the Westminster Confession’s teaching, then the necessity of change, the inward change done by supernatural power, the effect produced in the soul, the sufficienc of Christ’s work — evangelicalism, the Arminian view of Universal Grace, No violation of Man’s free agency, and common Grace.
Summary: In this 11 chapter work by Boettner (Presbyterian), he presents us with an explanation and argument for the doctrine of the Trinity. Some of his chapters are: The Trinity in the Old Testament, One substance and three persons, the meaning of the words “Father”-“Son”-“Spirit”. the subordination of the Son and Spirit to the Father, and the generation of the Son and the Procession of the Spirit. Some historical and practical aspects.