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Old 05-31-2013, 08:54 PM
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Glory be to the Father and to the Son and to the Holy Spirit,
as it was in the beginning, is now, and ever shall be,
world without end. AMEN.





The WHITE in the Center signifies the Unity of Substance (One God). The Hebrew Letters (which are read right to left) are the Name of God (Yod He Vav He, YHWH). [White is the unity of all colors.] There is only ONE God, not three. There is only ONE Lord, not three. There is only ONE Spirit, not three.

The Three Rings of Gold outline the Three Primary Colors (Red, Yellow, and Blue) to signify the Three DISTINCT Divine Persons (The Father, The Son, and The Holy Spirit). The Father is NOT the Son. The Son is NOT the Father. And Neither are the Holy Spirit. And YET each of these Persons is truly Divine, FULLY God, possessing TOTALLY the Divine Substance/Nature/Essence (which is why their Proper Names are written in WHITE). The Three Divine Persons are EQUAL in all things ... One is not greater or lesser than the Others. Hence, the Three Circles outlined by the Gold Rings.

The interlocking spaces are in the Secondary Colors (Orange, Green, and Violet). These signify the reality that there is RELATION among the Three Divine Persons Who are in Communion with One Another. Jesus said, "... no one knoweth the Son, but the Father: neither doth any one know the Father, but the Son, and he to whom it shall please the Son to reveal HIM." (St. Matthew 11:27) "But to us God hath revealed THEM, by his Spirit. For the Spirit searcheth all things, yea, the deep things of God. For what man knoweth the things of a man, but the spirit of a man that is in him? So the things also that are of God no man knoweth, but the Spirit of God." (1 Corinthians 2:10-11) The Holy Spirit knows BOTH the Father AND the Son. GOD is NOT static, but PURE Dynamism.

The Silver Lines outlining a Triangle of the Tertiary Color (INDIGO) signifies Divine MYSTERY. No matter how much you study, learn, and grow in understanding of God, the Divine Truth and Reality of the Most Holy and Undivided Trinity will ALWAYS be above human reason. That the Eternal God is Three and One does NOT contradict human reason, however, since God's Threeness is in the Plurality of Persons and His Oneness is in the Unity of Substance/Being.

Blessed be the Most Holy and Undivided Trinity! Both Now and Forever!




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Glory be to the Father and to the Son and to the Holy Spirit,
as it was in the beginning, is now, and ever shall be,
world without end. AMEN.





The WHITE in the Center signifies the Unity of Substance (One God). The Hebrew Letters (which are read right to left) are the Name of God (Yod He Vav He, YHWH). [White is the unity of all colors.] There is only ONE God, not three. There is only ONE Lord, not three. There is only ONE Spirit, not three.

The Three Rings of Gold outline the Three Primary Colors (Red, Yellow, and Blue) to signify the Three DISTINCT Divine Persons (The Father, The Son, and The Holy Spirit). The Father is NOT the Son. The Son is NOT the Father. And Neither are the Holy Spirit. And YET each of these Persons is truly Divine, FULLY God, possessing TOTALLY the Divine Substance/Nature/Essence. The Three Divine Persons are EQUAL in all things ... One is not greater or lesser than the Others. Hence, the Three Circles outlined by the Gold Rings.

The interlocking spaces are in the Secondary Colors (Orange, Green, and Violet). These signify the reality that there is RELATION among the Three Divine Persons Who are in Communion with One Another. Jesus said, "... no one knoweth the Son, but the Father: neither doth any one know the Father, but the Son, and he to whom it shall please the Son to reveal HIM." (St. Matthew 11:27) "But to us God hath revealed THEM, by his Spirit. For the Spirit searcheth all things, yea, the deep things of God. For what man knoweth the things of a man, but the spirit of a man that is in him? So the things also that are of God no man knoweth, but the Spirit of God." (1 Corinthians 2:10-11) The Holy Spirit knows BOTH the Father AND the Son. GOD is NOT static, but PURE Dynamism.

The Silver Lines outlining a Triangle of the Tertiary Color (INDIGO) signifies Divine MYSTERY. No matter how much you study, learn, and grow in understanding of God, the Divine Truth and Reality of the Most Holy and Undivided Trinity will ALWAYS be above human reason. That the Eternal God is Three and One does NOT contradict human reason, however, since God's Threeness is in the Plurality of Persons and His Oneness is in the Unity of Substance/Being.

Blessed be the Most Holy and Undivided Trinity! Both Now and Forever!




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You should hang that in the centre of the universes wherever that may be to represent the Kingdom of God.
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Old 05-31-2013, 09:05 PM
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You should hang that in the centre of the universes wherever that may be to represent the Kingdom of God.
Thanks CinderAsh, ... May God be praised.
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[indent]The WHITE in the Center signifies the Unity of Substance (One God). The Hebrew Letters (which are read right to left) are the Name of God (Yod He Vav He, YHWH). [White is the unity of all colors.] There is only ONE God, not three.
Remember this. You defined God as the Unity in the center.

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There is only ONE Lord, not three. There is only ONE Spirit, not three.

The Three Rings of Gold outline the Three Primary Colors (Red, Yellow, and Blue) to signify the Three DISTINCT Divine Persons (The Father, The Son, and The Holy Spirit). The Father is NOT the Son. The Son is NOT the Father. And Neither are the Holy Spirit.
Now you start trying to add and subtract to God or perhaps divide. You have added three more beings on the outside of the white.

First you say white shows the "substance" of God; and then you tell us the three persons are different colors -- so how could they be said to be white?
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Remember this. You defined God as the Unity in the center.


Now you start trying to add and subtract to God or perhaps divide. You have added three more beings on the outside of the white.

First you say white shows the "substance" of God; and then you tell us the three persons are different colors -- so how could they be said to be white?
When I said "One God" that was in reference to the One Substance, or One Divine Nature. There is no addition to God nor any subtraction or division in the Most Holy and Undivided Trinity.

I also said that God is not static.


Did you read the whole explanation?
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Is that a photograph of an object that you made yourself?
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Is that a photograph of an object that you made yourself?
... ... Yes.
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When I said "One God" that was in reference to the One Substance, or One Divine Nature.
Yes, that is what you said at first. Then after saying that, you went on to try to explain how red equals white.
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There is no addition to God nor any subtraction or division in the Most Holy and Undivided Trinity.
You are saying that white equals the sum of three colors -- and that is true -- so that would mean, if your parallel is true, that God is the sum of three persons.

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I also said that God is not static.

Did you read the whole explanation?
Not too keenly since I'd seen much of it before and I didn't want to disagree on every point. If you want me to, I can disagree about whether God is static. God does not change. God is said to be everywhere and so does not "move" the way material objects move.

I object also to saying God has a substance or a nature. God created nature. The physical universe is part of nature. Nor does God have substance in any way physical objects have substance. If you say essence, that is even more objectionable since that would infer God has both essential and nonessential aspects.
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Discussing the Trinity is soooooo tricky, because the human mind cannot fully grasp the nature of God. We know what we know about the Trinity, but we cannot fully know it nor explain it. For that reason it is very easy to make minor errors when trying to explain it.

I strongly recommend reading "Theology and Sanity" by Frank Sheed. It probably has the best explanation I have ever read. Its a fantastic book.
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[quote=CatholicCrusader;159626]Discussing the Trinity is soooooo tricky, because the human mind cannot fully grasp the nature of God. [quote]I think it's far easier to say what God cannot be than it is to day what He is. I doubt human language or symbols are adequate.

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We know what we know about the Trinity, but we cannot fully know it nor explain it. For that reason it is very easy to make minor errors when trying to explain it.

I strongly recommend reading "Theology and Sanity" by Frank Sheed. It probably has the best explanation I have ever read. Its a fantastic book.
I prefer to say God is a mystery and leave it at that -- except to repeat it's easier to say God is not this and not that. Almost any human concept about God is flawed somehow -- like saying God is everywhere. What does that mean? If we apply logic to that statement, then we may think the Bible's wrong when it says the Holy Spirit filled the people in the Upper Room.

I try to take my lead from Job who said, after saying many other things, "therefore have I uttered that I understood not; things too wonderful for me, which I knew not."
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