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One must believe in the Trinity to believe in Christ:Summa Theologica II-II q. 2 a. 8 co.:It is impossible to believe explicitly in the mystery of Christ, without faith in the Trinity, since the mystery of Christ includes that the Son of God took flesh; that He renewed the world through the grace of the Holy Ghost; and again, that He was conceived by the ...


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I've always been perplexed by the verse that says that "The Holy Ghost shall come upon thee... born of thee shall be called the Son of God" (Luke 1:35). Here it is prophesied that Mary would become pregnant by "The Holy Ghost"; so, if the Father and the Holy Spirit are two separate, co-equal entities, then the Father is not the father of ...


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Yes, my testimony of coming from an actively anti-trinitarian stance to believing in the trinity doctrine has been published. However, I'm not here to promote either that book or myself so will give you no clue as to any of that. I can state here that the role of the Holy Spirit was amazing in guiding me to search the scriptures and in causing events to ...


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