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Trinity > History of Trinitarian Doctrines (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)

Partial Article, see full article in Source. Many Christian apologists argue that the doctrine of the Trinity is “biblical” (i.e. either it is implicitly taught there, or it is the best explanation of what is taught there) using three sorts of arguments. They begin by claiming that the Father of Jesus Christ is the one […]

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John Davies – Notes From a Small Vicar

Trinity Sunday: Things Come in Threes 2 Corinthians 13.11-13, Matthew 28.16-20 Queen Camel, Corton Denham, West Camel, Weston Bampfylde,  Trinity Sunday, 15 June 2014 A joker once said this: “There are three types of people in the world. Those who can count, and those who can’t.” … Have you noticed how often Things come in threes? […]

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Trinity symbol

Trinity

Trinity is the term by which is expressed the Christian belief that there are three persons in one God. Christian doctrine holds that a) there is only one God, one divine nature and being. b) This one divine being is tripersonal, that is, three persons in one God, designated as God the Father, God the […]

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The Symbolism and Spiritual Significance of the Number Three

In the first three numbers, all of the others are synthesized. From the union of oneness and duality (which is its reflection), that is, from triad, proceed all of the other numbers, and from this primordial triangle all figures derive. There is also, for traditional civilizations, a direct relationship between numbers and letters of the […]

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Celtic trinity knot

The Celtic trinity knot is a very simple, but powerful symbol and very suitable for a tattoo. It is a triangle knot, the 3 corners have various meanings: Christian: Father, Son and Holy Spirit Pagan: Mother, Crone and Maiden New age: Mind, body and spirit

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The Holy Trinity

Albrecht Dürer (b. 1471, Nürnberg, d. 1528, Nürnberg) The Holy Trinity 1511 Woodcut print on paper made by Albrecht Dürer 399 millimetres x: 285 millimetres The British Museum, London The Holy Trinity, with the dead Christ being supported by God the Father in Heaven, crowned by the Holy Spirit, surrounded by angels holding the instruments […]

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Adoration of the Trinity

The Adoration of the Trinity

  Adoration of the Trinity – click to enlarge DÜRER, Albrecht (b. 1471, Nürnberg, d. 1528, Nürnberg) Oil on lindenwood, 135 x 123,4 cm Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna Inscription: ALBERTVS. DVRER. NORICVS. FACIEBAT. ANNO. A. VIRGINIS. PARTV. 1511 Dürer created this single panel altarpiece for the wealthy merchant Matthäus Landauer. It was for a chapel of […]

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Pretzel – Trinity symbol

History pretzel Pretzels have been around for almost 1,400 years. History has their origin about A.D. 610 when a baker in a monastery in southern France or northern Italy twisted leftover strips of bread dough into the shape of a person’s arms crossed in prayer, traditional posture for prayer in those days. Monks began offering […]

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Trinity

Trinity symbol

This is a common, ancient, and basic ideogram for a high spiritual dignity.

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