I have been to the forums on this website and I noticed most debates are on God or nature of God. People like to debate on God but nobody would like to answer me about question on something they use.
Here is the background, there is a debate on the Holy Spirit, whether it is a person or not a person. This question is also related to Trinity. Same thing with Jesus , is He divine or just a man, this is also related to Trinity.
For your info, I believe in Trinity and for those interested my defenses are in the forum.
Here is the question about what man uses but no one answer me yet.
In this website or probably others, man likes to use alias or aliases. My question is Are aliases persons or objects ?
Thanks Mike for your answer, as to my question about alias, I am realizing it depends on the person using it. How it relates to the our belief in God, this is how I see it : Those who believe in Trinity has to conclude that the Holy Spirit is a Person and vice versa. Those who do not believe in Trinity has to conclude that the Holy Spirit is not a person and vice versa. Seems like preference to me, just like how one uses alias.
As for me I was once a Trinitarian, then accepted Oneness. During my Oneness belief (The Father, the Son , the Holy Spirit are one and the same) there were verses that I can not reconcile for example : when Jesus was talking to the Father, was He talking to Himself. Another one is when Jesus said it is necessary for Him to go otherwise the Comforter or the Holy Spirit will not come. Anyway after review of the Bible, I concluded for myself that God is One yet Three, a collective Being like Trio, one group composed of three. I guess other people could form their own conclusion.