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If we say "God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit" can we say "God, God, and God"?

Given that the Bible is perfectly clear that there is only one God, who alone is the true God, and that all other contenders for the title are false gods, shams, non-existent except in the minds of ...
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Why do Trinitarians call the Father, the Father?

Trinitarians [...] believe that Mary was impregnated by the Holy Spirit. How do Trinitarians explain why the title "Father" is given to a person in the Trinity other than "The Holy ...
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If we say "God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit" can we say "God, God, and God"?

The Son of the Triune God (Mt 16:16) or God the Son of God of Triune God
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According to Trinitarian theology, does God the Father have a God?

Christ has two natures, human and divine, and His actions and statements are ascribed to either one nature or the other. This also applies when speaking about Him. The phrases "God of our Lord ...
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In Trinitarian theologies, which nature is subservient to the Father?

Specifically, it is not the nature but the person who acts. Christ has two natures, human and divine, and His actions and statements are ascribed to either one nature or the other. In John 5:19 Christ ...
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According to Trinitarian theology, does God the Father have a God?

No, you're just confusing words or asking an intentionally confusing question. Is all we know and all we'll ever know. If you start asking questions that fall outside the domain of all we know, you'...
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According to Trinitarian theology, does God the Father have a God?

Trinitarian understanding of who Jesus is Trinitarian conception of God is inseparable from the dual nature conception of Jesus as the human being who walked on earth for about 30-35 years. Therefore,...
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According to Trinitarian theology, does God the Father have a God?

In short, no. Jesus as the incarnate Son of God is an exception because He is both fully God and fully man. Regarding His humanity, He is the Messiah, the Suffering Servant, who came only to do the ...
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According to Trinitarian theology, does God the Father have a God?

For Classic Christianity, aka Trinitarians, God the Son set aside benefits of being God and was born, lived, and died as a human being. When Jesus prayed, it was to the Father. I looked quickly to the ...
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According to Trinitarian theology, does God the Father have a God?

The question here is really pushing the English language to its limits. The word "have" can be used to refer to a huge number of relationships of various kinds. We talk about us as humans &...
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According to Trinitarian theology, does God the Father have a God?

Isaiah 44:6, "Thus says the Lord, the King of Israel And His Redeemer, the Lord of hosts; I am the first and I am the last, And there is no God besides Me." Do you believe that God is ...
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What does the Chalcedonian Creed mean by person?

This question has to do with the mind and the will of Christ, in what has come to be known as "The Hypostatic Union". Comments below your question flag this up. From the link below, I would ...
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According to Trinitarians, when the term Yahweh ('LORD') is used in the OT, who exactly is being referred to?

It can be any specific Person or all three One can't say that every mention of Lord refers to Father or that every metion of Jahweh refers to all 3 Persons. Sometimes, the context points to a specific ...
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According to Trinitarians, when the term Yahweh ('LORD') is used in the OT, who exactly is being referred to?

It refers to Jesus. In Isa. 9:6 we read: 6 For unto us a child is born, unto us a son is given: and the government shall be upon his shoulder: and his name shall be called Wonderful, Counsellor, The ...
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According to Trinitarians, when the term Yahweh ('LORD') is used in the OT, who exactly is being referred to?

Here's the question of the thread? "According to Trinitarians, when the term Yahweh (Lord) is used in the OT, who exactly is being referred to? My understanding of the question is which person of ...
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According to Trinitarians, when the term Yahweh ('LORD') is used in the OT, who exactly is being referred to?

Yahweh is God, the Trinity. That name means the I AM and thus indicates the Divine Essence and Existence (I am who am - Exodus 3:14, cf. John 8:58). It is thus similar to "God" in that God ...
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