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"Is human nature included in the Trinity?" Included it what sense? Everything that is part of God is God, since God is supremely simple. But God is certainly not human nature, although He contains all the perfections of human nature (and more). The Second Person of the Holy Trinity assumed (took up) a human nature. As St. Thomas says in "Whether the union ...


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Per John 1:1, "In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God." The Word of course was Jesus. Also, from Genesis we see mainly God and the Holy Spirit, the other co-existence of the triune God: "...and the Spirit of God was moving over the surface of the waters.…" So Jesus is one with God, although he co-existed as a human ...


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John Byl, in his article "Newton and the Trinity", paints a clear picture that Newton was non-trinitarian. Newton's published works do not contain clear statements of this nature. In his private notebooks however, some of which were not examined completely until the mid 20th century, Newton committed a significant amount of effort to criticizing the Church's ...


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Nature and Person For many, the doctrine of the Trinity is confusing and seems contradictory because in commonplace expression it has been misstated. It therefore seems to be a contradiction in mathematics, the objection being that "three cannot be one" because it violates sound logical reasoning. The problem, it seems to many, is that the claim that "one ...



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