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Yes. the divine name YHWH (יַהְוֶה) apply equally to all Persons of the Trinity. Note : the Father, the son and the holy spirit are not persons of the trinity. The word 'TRINITY' is not found or mentioned anywhere in bible. so, the Father, the son and the holy spirit are not a part of trinity. 1.WE have only one god - Hear, O Israel: The Lord our God is ...


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Yes. The divine name applies to each of the persons of the Trinity. Matthew 28:19 is explicit that the name of the Trinity is one and the same. Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, Matthew 28:19 (ESV) The name of God tells us about God's very being ...


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For the Catholic Church and other Nicene churches (the Eastern Orthodox, the Oriental Orthodox, the Armenian Orthodox, the Assyrians; as well as the majority of Protestants), the divine name YHWH (which is closely linked to the expression “I am” or “I Am Who I Am” (see Ex. 3:14), applies to God in His divine nature—hence to all three Persons of the Trinity. ...


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I don't mean to be flippant with this answer, but most Christians accept the idea that, as sinners, we need all the help that we can get. What follows is from the point of view that includes belief in the Trinity. A non-Trinitarian point of view will shed light on your question from a different angle. John 14:23 (NAB) 23 Jesus answered and said to ...


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Jesus and the Holy Spirit are not co-equal with the Father. They are subordinate to the Father because they are manifestations of Him. It is unfortunate that there is a propensity amongst men to mistake form for substance. Jesus couldn't make it plainer concerning himself: Verily, verily, I say unto you, The Son can do nothing of himself, but what he ...



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