"Jordan Barrett offers a compelling account of the contemporary theological debate about divine simplicity set against the historical developments of the doctrine. He clarifies what is at stake, and demonstrates the strengths and weaknesses of present-day defenders, revisers, and opponents of the doctrine. If he had done no more than this, we would be enormously in his debt, for bringing order out of much chaos. But he does more: offering a reading of Biblical themes that should inform a doctrine of simplicity, he presents a nuanced and original account of the doctrine that is resistant to many criticisms. Anyone interested in this fascinating area of theology will want to study this book carefully."
A Biblical and Trinitarian Account