Is there Biblical justification for asserting that Satan directly causes natural evil?
Both in Catholic and Eastern Orthodox traditions, the answer would seem to be in the affirmative.
The introduction of the Prayer Against Satan and the Rebellious Angels Published by Order of His Holiness Pope Leo XIII, makes note that his Holiness Pope Leo
XIII believed ...
The throne of the Holy Spirit is in the heart of the Father and the Son.
The Holy Spirit dwells in the Father and the Son.
The Holy Spirit is the love of the Father and the Son.
THE HEART A THRONE A Discourse on the Mystery of Holy Communion
The visions in Revelation that you cited in support of your contention (“that the Holy Spirit is, for all intents and purposes, absent from the major points, events, and these visions held in Revelation…”) seemed to ignore a critically relevant point in Revelation 5:6 about “the seven spirits of God” which are “the seven eyes of the Lamb", who is “the Lion ...
For there are three that bear record in heaven, the Father, the Word, and the Holy Ghost: and these three are one. And there are three that bear witness in earth, the Spirit, and the water, and the blood: and these three agree in one," (1 John 5:7-8, KJV).
For many years this was the standard response to a question like yours.
In what ways do human beings reflect God?
The ways we as human beings should in some way reflect the image of our Divine Creator. This may be done in many ways.
To start with let love Jesus with all our heart.
For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life. - John 3:...
The short answer is: nowhere. But your question is misguided.
You cannot disprove the nature of God as Trinity by looking at how the NT authors use the word "God" (Θεός or Κύριος) because within a few decades after the revelation that Jesus was the 2nd member of the Trinity (as God the Son), the NT authors were still transitioning their terminology from ...
We are created in Gods image in the most literal sense:
Ether 3:16 (Christ speaking)
Behold, this body, which ye now behold, is the body of
my spirit; and man have I created after the body of my spirit; and
even as I appear unto thee to be in the spirit will I appear unto my
people in the flesh.
God is Trinity. Therefore all references to God should be taken as referring to the Trinity as a whole unless they are clearly referring to only one of the Trinity.
So almost all references to God in the Old Testament should be taken as meaning the Trinity, except explicit references to the Spirit or Messiah or similar. In the New Testament the exceptions ...
The New Testament not only mentions the Divine Persons of the Trinity
individually, but also frequently, more than forty times, they are mentioned
together or at the same time. The main Trinitarian texts are:
Matt. 3:16-17 (Mark 1:10-11; Luke 3:22), the theophany at the baptism of Christ.And Jesus being baptized, ...