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The Trinitarian Father
URI BRITO serves as the Senior Pastor of Providence Church. Born in Brazil, he has lived in the United States for almost 20 years. He earned a B.A. in Pastoral Studies from Clearwater Christian College and a M.Div. from Reformed Theological Seminary in Orlando, Florida. In March of 2009, he was ordained and installed as a minister of the gospel. He is the editor of The Church-Friendly Family and founding editor of The Kuyperian Commentary.
“I am happy to commend Uri Brito's little work on a topic of vital interest. It is wise without being stuffy, serious without the loss of joy, and accessible without a loss of thoughtfulness. Brito possesses the sort of positive biblical and theological agenda that is at once attractive, winsome, and rooted.”
Jason Hood, Author of Imitating God in Christ: Recapturing a Biblical Pattern
“Someone has said that most evangelicals have ignored the reality of the Trinity so thoroughly, that they are, for all practical purposes, Unitarians. That is sadly true. And that makes this essay all the more important for the twenty-first century Christian. If we are created after the image of the Triune God, then we must understand ourselves and our responsibilities in life in light of that glorious and amazing fact. Pastor Brito helps us to see what God's nature implies for us and requires of us as fathers. His essay is an excellent beginning to getting us into Trinitarian shape.”
Steve Wilkins, Pastor of Auburn Avenue Presbyterian Church in Monroe, Louisiana
“It is best to begin a journey with a keen understanding of where you are going. Using clear and concise language, Pastor Uri Brito, in his newest work, The Trinitarian Father, provides the Christian family and Church with a comprehensible vision and destination for the role of the father. His insightful look into the Triune God offers a bold challenge towards Trinitarian patterned thinking, while presenting a delightful story of fatherhood and sonship. A great first read for new and expecting fathers.”
Ken Trotter, Headmaster of Trinitas Christian School in Pensacola, Florida