I want to recommend Trinitarian Theology to you. It is edited by Keith Whitfield with contributions by Bruce Ware, Malcolm Yarnell, Matthew Emerson, and Luke Stamps.
Here are three reasons why you should read Trinitarian Theology. First, the book has given me a bigger and clearer view of God. That is priceless. Second, the book challenged my often assumed method of interpretation by calling these men to interact with one another’s methods. Finally, the authors’ interaction with tradition revealed my own ignorance of history and the help of those who have thought these thoughts before.
But don’t take my word for it. Listen to J. I. Packer’s warning, “All non-Trinitarian formulations of the Christian message are by biblical standards inadequate and indeed fundamentally false, and will naturally tend to pull Christian lives out of shape” (quoted on page 175).