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One possible angle is to look at the Latin text, since there is no official adopted Greek text. The article reads: Sed Patris et Filii et Spiritus Sancti una est divinitas: æqualis gloria, coæterna majestas. Though the colon might throw us off, we ought to remember that it did not exist as punctuation in the original, so we might feasibly ...


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From the perspective of Orthodoxy: Orthodox Christians worship the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit—the Holy Trinity, the one God. Following the Holy Scriptures and the Church Fathers, the Church believes that the Trinity is three divine persons (hypostases) who share one essence (ousia). It is paradoxical to believe thus, but that is how God has revealed ...



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