Sunday, January 9, 2011

Public Service Announcement: The Trinity Explained

This is a public service announcement. I'm so tired of going onto Yahoo Answers and seeing Arianism, Sabellianism, and Nestorianism passed off as the Trinity. No matter what the truth about God is, people should have their stuff straight before spreading it to others. With that in mind, I simply wanted to give a good definition of the Trinity here:

The Father is God, the Son if God, and the Holy Spirit is God. These three persons are all completely and utterly distinct (in every conceivable form with no exceptions), yet there is only one God. If you try to muddle when explaining this, you've been condemned by some long forgotten Catholic Church council. This means there are no transformational states or modes, and it certainly means that the Son is equal in mind, stance and knowledge to the Father.

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