It's said in Summa Theologica that the trinity ist eternal, three persons each one being G'd a well known fact in Christianism. I'd like to know, what is the greek explanation or the following (Matthew 28:19) and if it was very changed (by translation):
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, (ESV)
And we see a distinction amongst three words, why this happens if indeed G'd is One, and why would it be that they would be G'd if G'd is One, Aquinas says that He is one times one times one, this is, He isn't three as a number, but I'd like to point out that even though this seems true, isn't there a dialectic thinking in this?
And in Ephesians 4:6 the following, just as a reflection:
One God and Father of all, who is over all and through all and in all.
More, I'd like to add the following: if G'd is One, then isn't everything and everyone G'd? For if they weren't Him, then He wouldn't be One (the contrapositive), then if this stands, meaning that there is just Him, why is there a perception of evil which isn't Him?
obs.: the title is called if trinity is eternal as a way to say if it's the reality that trinity attempts to explain or G'd He Himself in an absolute manner