The Trinity is one of the most complex doctrines of Christian theology. At best, it can be said that the Bible only alludes to it - nowhere is it spelled out in black and white for all to see, and it is a tenet of belief that causes great difficulties for Christianity in relations to other religions, such as Islam, that stress the oneness of God. "The Fellowship of the Three" explores the doctrine of the Trinity from three perspectives: What does the Bible actually say? How have theologians through the ages understood the Trinity? How should a Trinitarian understanding of God affect the way we live and relate to one another today?
JANE WILLIAMS taught theology at Trinity College, Bristol and is currently Visiting Lecturer at King's College, London. A regular writer for the Church Times, she is married to Rowan Williams.