| | Re: Mary the mother of God
Does everyone here know what theologians mean when they say God is a "simple" being? I may not word this very well, but since a spirit has no physical body, it therefore has no parts; no arms, no legs, no "pieces" you can differentiate. It is "simple". Does that basically make sense to everyone?
Trust me, I am going somewhere with this. I'd just like to see a few responses.
"God in his deepest mystery is not a solitude but a family, since he has in himself fatherhood, sonship and the essence of the family which is love" - Saint Pope John Paul II
Last edited by CatholicCrusader : 06-18-2012 at 10:37 AM.