A free grace classic. In this series of letters to a friend, John Jenkins, William Huntington enters with sanctified thinking upon the sublimest of subjects - the triune God. It contains a powerful antidote to heresies reflecting badly upon the nature of God, and the Trinity in particular. This edition is retypeset and has been edited to correct errors found in the previous 1940 edition. It includes a preface by Matthew J Hyde and a helpful synopsis of each chapter.