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    Holy Trinity

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    someone mentions the Trinity? Do Christians have a good understanding of what it means to serve a Triune God? Do we explain ourselves in a precise way or do we leave people with unanswered questions and confusion? I would like to explore the historic, orthodox Christianity and the classic Wesleyan-Arminian consensus beliefs on the person of the Holy Spirit. First let us seek what it is that the orthodox Christians and the Wesleyan- Arminian believe according to the Trinity. “Orthodox Christians

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    Holy Trinity And Genesis

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    was the fact we see God in several different forms or images. Here He's seen as The Holy Trinity for the first time, but He's not limited in that aspect, which we gather from further reading depicting him as transcendent, imitate, and the one true salvation from the world of sin we created. Genesis introduces us to the true nature of God, that being the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit or simply put The Holy Trinity. Some may wonder how can God be three different entities, but this isn't the case and

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    Before the Sixteenth century ‘mission’ was used to describe relationships within the holy Trinity. It was not used to describe an aspect of church life. The word ‘missio’ in Latin means ‘to send’, it was used to describe the sending of the Son by the Father, and also the sending of the Holy Spirit by the Father and the Son. 1. The Jesuits in Latin American in the late Sixteenth and early Seventeenth centuries started to use the term to describe the spreading of the Christian faith among the heathen

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    an religious compass or a standard to live by. The presence of the Holy Trinity — one God in three persons. Catholics grasp the conviction that God, the one Supreme Being, is comprised of three persons: God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit. Christianity The focal teachings of customary Christianity are that Jesus is the Son of God, the second individual of the Trinity of God the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit; that his life on earth, his torturous killing, restoration

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    A central doctrine to Christian belief would be that of the holy trinity. Though Christian doctrine recognizes the existence of only one true God, the doctrine of the trinity describes this God as being “three in one”, meaning that there are three entities to compose the singular God. God the Father (also referred to as God the Creator) is responsible for the creation of the universe and all its inhabitants, for sovereignty over His creation, and is the God entity with whom Christian believers have

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    in the Christian faith. In her story, she is revered by those who know her, disdained by those who do not, and, for me, personally, the one remaining connection I feel with Christendom. The importance of this comes into play when I entered the Holy Trinity Orthodox Church. I was not expecting to see and hear Mary venerated so highly. The first thing I saw upon walking in the entry way of the church were two icons, one of the adult Jesus and one of Mary, which is not entirely unusual, and I gave it

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    The Holy Trinity: Masaccio Essay

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    artists after him that art historians today consider him a master of art. Masaccio looked to antiquity and architecture to further develop his use of linear perspective which literally pulls the viewer of the Trinity into the work itself. Like the famous works inside the Brancacci chapel, the Trinity is done in fresco. This technique is performed by applying the pigments directly onto a wet plaster wall. This medium would not have allowed Masaccio the luxury

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    beginning with the appearance of the Holy Trinity. The traditional Holy Trinity is composed of the divine father, divine son, and divine spirit. The main characters, Morpheus, Trinity, and Neo, each represent aspects of the Holy Trinity. However, these films present viewers with a radically new approach to the trinity. Given that the character Trinity is female, the sacred trio put

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    As Catholics, we believe in one God, who is three Divine Persons: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. This is not to be understood as 1=3, but rather as 1×1×1=1. This is to say that their one God in three Persons, not one God and three Persons or vice versa. This was to distinguish Catholics from their brethren the Jews, who though also monotheistic did not contain in their beliefs the mystery of the Trinity. The Trinity was not revealed in the Old Testament though it was connoted at in various places

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    The Holy Spirit is one of the persons in the Trinity. The Holy Spirit lives in my soul because I accepted Jesus Christ as my Lord and Savior. I think the Holy Spirit is an influence, energy and a person. He connects me with God in my relationship with Him. I believe the Holy Spirit helps direct my thoughts and actions to be glorifying to God. Even though there are many verses about the Holy Spirit, I enjoy and meditate on the verse found in 2 Timothy 1:7, “For God has not given us a spirit of fear

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