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Why is Jesus so important even if he is only part of the trinity?

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Can you clarify? In what way do you find the Father and the Holy Spirit to be insignificant? Is this based on observation from the Bible or from modern Christianity? –  Mr. Bultitude Jul 24 at 21:54
    
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The Whole Trinity is important! We've been saying that for, oh,1619 years now!! –  Affable Geek Jul 25 at 1:13

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Not so much important as more well known. Being God-made-man, he is familiar to us.

He is one like us in all things but sin.

The Father, as the Creator, is known bit more than the Holy Spirit, .

In Catholicism, the Holy Spirit is the Great Unknown.

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