Vern S. Poythress, "Multiple Patterns Reflecting the Trinity and Coinherence in Verbal Communication," in Scripture and the People of God: Essays in
God’s transcendence is beyond our power to imagine it. But even to make that statement we must have in our minds some idea of what the term
Dr. Poythress recently gave an address, "Seeing God," to the New York State Presbytery, PCA, at Wellsville Presbyterian Church, Wellsville, NY,
Vern S. Poythress, "Understanding the Miracles of Jesus" (PDF), Originally published in Evangelical Times 21/10 (Oct., 1987), 8. Used with permission.
Vern S. Poythress, "Is Romans 1:3–4 a Pauline Confession After All?" (PDF), Expository Times 87/6 (1975): 180-83. Used with permission.
What is a theophany? The word theophany derives from two Greek words, which mean "God" and "appearing." A theophany is a special case when God appears