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    The Trinity is the Christian Godhead as one God in three persons. The three beings are God the Father, God the Son, God the Holy Spirit. They are three beings in perfect relationship in one essence. Each member of the Godhead are equally important, but serve different positions in authority. [5 The three beings are uncreated beings without beginning. The three different names are not separate parts of God, but one name for God because the three beings coexist as one entity. They are inseparable and

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    age old idea of the Trinity? For all of time we have understood the three individual person’s in God, the Trinity, to be one in the same. The teaching of the Christian church tells us that God is three unique and separate people’s, but they are at the same time all one person in God. Now people have many different ways to picture or represent the idea of three people as one. The trial of history has come up with many different ideas and images to try and represent the Trinity. Like many things that

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    by the Christian faith, perhaps none is more confusing. The Doctrine of the Trinity has been questioned for decades and many Christians do not even understand it. Colin E. Gunton argues that this does not have to be so. Instead, he calls the Western Church to learn from Eastern Orthodoxy and allow Trinitarian thinking to permeate every aspect of the church. It is when the Western Church embarrasses “The Forgotten Trinity” (the name of the chapter) in thinking and in worship, that we not only learn

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    Women and the Trinity

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    Women and the Trinity For most of us, faith development is a process. We grow in wisdom and stature and favor with God. As a Christian woman I know that my consciousness about the feminist agenda has evolved in stages also. First, I became aware of the generic language. Words like "mankind", "brotherhood", and the overused pronoun "he" was supposed to describe all of humanity. IT was clear that they contained a masculine bias. Little girls grew up hearing those words literally and scaling down

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    together what is now known as the Holy Trinity. The Church found their foundational text in Deuteronomy 6:4-9, known as the Shema. These verses are about Israel worshipping God, repeatedly saying “the LORD alone”. Israel had faced many struggles, from slavery to years and years of

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    Holy Spirit. In this paper, I wish to express the mystery of the Holy trinity, from the past to now in the present. Knowing that the promise and the mystery of God, is still the same since the start of time, till now, and to the end of the world. So to begin, we understand that our God is omnipotent, omniscient, and omnipresent. There are so many scriptures that display these attributes in his word. When we talk about the Trinity we mean Tri-union or Triune, which means threeness in oneness. Before

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    Trinity Essay

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    Quid Sit: What is the Trinity of Persons? “The Mosaic Revelation, as compared with the cosmic revelation, represents a great advance in the knowledge of the true God; but it represents, nevertheless, nothing more than a stage” (Danielou, 121). This revelation reveals to us the term Trinity of Persons. The trinity of Persons is the mystery of God. The trinity is composed of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. The three elements of the trinity are also seen as one. The oneness in three

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    The Trinity The doctrine of the Trinity, as seen in the Christian bible, is primary to the Christian faith. The word “Trinity” does not actually appear in the bible; it is a theological label meant to summarize certain teachings of certain passages of scripture, and is crucial to properly understand what God is like, how He relates to us, and how we relate to Him. It may also raise many difficult questions including what does it mean that God is a Trinity? While it is difficult for us to fully understand

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    Trinity Church

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    Trinity Church Henry Hobson Richardson designed his most famous building, Trinity Church in Copley Square, after winning a competition in 1972. James O’Gorman described Trinity as “a cultural even of the first importance in American history.” “The building both represents a departure of the Boston’s mind from its Puritan past, and emergence of American creativity as a force in architecture.” Born in 1838, Richardson was raised just outside New Orleans and surrounded by the colorful stucco buildings

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    Analysis Of The Trinity

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    What is the Trinity? Is written by RC Sproul and gives historical and philosophical context as to the relationship of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. Sproul starts the book with a look into what monotheism is and how religion has evolved. He explains all religions evolved from animism to polytheism, henotheism, and then monotheism. There has been much debate since then as to whether the bible is monotheistic and what the origins of monotheism were. Other than where, when, and with whom monotheism

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