Holy Spirit

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Marko Urlic Introduction to Christianity Prof. March September 25 th , 2009 Trinitarian Analogies The Trinity is a central doctrine of most branches of Christianity ; it says that God is one God, existing in three distinct persons, usually referred to as Father, Son and Holy Spirit. The word, Trinity, literally means, "a unity of three". This word does not appear in the Bible , and indeed, it apparently did not exist until Tertullian coined the term in the early third century . God exists in three persons, God has always loved, and there has always existed perfectly harmonious communion between the three persons of the Trinity. God however exists in three persons. God has but a single divine nature, and a single will, and is of but one substance; all three persons are coeternal, none of them having been created by another. However, because God exists in three persons, God has always loved, and there has always existed perfectly harmonious communion between the three persons of the Trinity. Father being Sun, and Son being the sun’s rays, I would say that Holy Spirit is the
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