June 17, 2012
he Trinity is sometimes called a “mystery of the Christian faith” – the #1 “X-File” in Christian doctrine. It’s the concept that God is one, unified being but reveals Himself in three divine entities, or persons: God the Father, God the Son (Jesus), and God the Holy Spirit. Since the Holy Spirit seems to be the most ethereal of the three (compared to solid metaphors like “Father” and “Son”), the greatest confusion and doctrinal diversity revolves around Him. So – for a few weeks – let’s piece some of this puzzle-picture together, shall we?