The Sunday gospel lectionary reading for Trinity Sunday in Year A is Matthew 28.16–20, the so-called Great Commission which concludes the gospel. It has been picked for this week because it contains the triadic/Trinitarian formula ‘baptising them in the name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit.’
Apart from the fascinating details of this passage, it also raises the question: Should we be preaching on the Trinity on Trinity Sunday? Or is there a better approach?
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