Trinity and Creation explores Scripture and the Reformed confessions on the doctrine of creation as they relate to the triune God. When considering an act of God, it is important to understand the agent of the act in order to account properly for the act of the agent. Any faithful account of divine creation must ground its argument first in the God who creates. Understanding the nature of God is essential in order to account for what God does. It will also become clear that this is not a novel method of accounting for creation. The failure to prioritize theology proper in our accounting for creation is a recipe for theological novelty and, if unchecked, heresy. Trinity and Creation is offered to enhance the reader's knowledge and worship of our triune God—Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.