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Aquinas addresses the question from different angles a number of places in the Summa Theologica, in various parts of the "Treatise on the Most Holy Trinity" (First Part, Questions 27–43). The fundamental question is answered more or less directly in Question 27, "The Procession of the Divine Persons". Article 2 of this question, "Whether any ...


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This is the equivalence between the Trinity and the Trimurti: Shiva - Transformer/Destroyer - Will, Power and Strength - corresponds to the 'Father' in Christianity. Vishnu - Preserver/Sustainer - Love and Wisdom - corresponds to the 'Son' in Christianity. Brahma - Creator - Creative Intelligence - corresponds to the 'Holy Spirit' in Christianity. Here ...


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Jesus affirms the godhood of his Father several times in the Holy Scriptures. But every single time he proclaims his Father’s godhood he also simultaneously , by implication, proclaims his own godhood because he is making the Father known as God by expressing the fact of his filial relationship with him. In John 17:1-3, Jesus repeatedly spoke of his filial ...


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It depends on who you ask. That's because it depends upon how you interpret the meaning of certain Biblical passages. Both Trinitarians and Non-trinitarians feel very strongly that their doctrine is taught clearly in the Bible. Trinitarians will answer, "Yes, Jesus did teach the doctrine of the trinity." Non-trinitarians will answer, "No, Jesus never ...


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YES Though Jesus did not explicitly said that the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit are one, Jesus clearly said that God is his Father and that he is the Son of God and that The Father and The Son are One. I and the Father are one. (John 10:30, NIV) Jesus answered: "Don't you know me, Philip, even after I have been among you such a long time? ...


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No, I don't think the Doctrine of the Trinity has ever been explained as a natural phenomenon after reading the Bible. There are places where all three Persons of the Trinity are mentioned together, like the great commission Go therefore, Baptizing in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit Jesus and there's other places ...


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The best verse that mentions the Trinity is Therefore go 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, NIV) The best verse for the oneness of the Father and Son is I and the Father are one. (John 10:30, NIV) Another verse which attests that God is one. ...


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Fr. Hardon's Modern Catholic Dictionary gives this definition of Semi-Arianism: The teaching of certain theologians who, after the Council of Nicaea (A.D. 325), sought a compromise between Arianism and the doctrine of Christ's consubstantiality with the Father. They were led by Basil, Bishop of Ancyra, and their sympathies were toward orthodoxy, although ...


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This is one of the popular misconception of trinity and incarnation. Jesus as Logos (The Word) is divine. He existed in that form for eternity in the Trinity. But the humanity of Christ did NOT exist before incarnation. Humanity of Christ consists of his human soul and body. Humans are made up of soul and body, so when Christ became human, ie., when he took ...



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