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Erikson, Millard J. (2000). Making Sense of the Trinity: 3 Crucial Questions. Baker Books.
Erikson demonstrates the biblical foundation, logic, and importance of the Trinity as he answers these three questions: Is the doctrine of the Trinity biblical? Does the doctrine of the Trinity make sense? Does the doctrine of the Trinity make any difference?

Letham, Robert (2005). The Holy Trinity: In Scripture, History, Theology and Worship. P & R Publishing.
When it comes to the doctrine of the Trinity, evangelicals have underachieved. In The Holy Trinity Robert Letham helps to redress this shortcoming. He offers a well-researched volume that examines the doctrine’s biblical foundations, traces its historical development through the twentieth century, and engages four critical issues as they relate to the Trinity: the incarnation; worship and prayer; creation and missions; and persons.

Saint Augustine (1998). The Trinity. New City Press.
An opportunity to observe in action one of the foremost ancient students of the Bible using both Testaments to reflect on the doctrine of the Trinity. 

Ware, Bruce A. (2005). Father, Son, & Holy Spirit: Relationships, Roles, & Relevance. Crossway Books. 

White, James R. (1998). The Forgotten Trinity: Recovering the Heart of Christian Belief. Bethany House Publishers.