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There is something irresistible about overhearing your name being whispered in a private conversation. Usually (of course) I try to stop my ears, but once I could not help taking in this little snippet, which has tickled me ever since:

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jacob israel

January 25, 2013  10:22am

Can Michael Reeves please explain 1 Corinthians 15:23-28 in the terms of the 'Triune god' definition (that is, co-equal, co-eternal, one god in three persons, with each person being fully God, but each person not being the same as each other)? Seekers of the truth will find this very interesting: Post: Why the Trinity and Oneness Doctrines are False

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John Faris

January 02, 2013  1:17pm

This says all the things I have been trying to say about the Trinity for many years and says them better and more beside. Please thank the author for a late Christmas present! (I am minister of 'Trinity Presbyterian Church' Cork Ireland which got that name out of an important controversy in Irish Presbyterianism on that issue 150 years ago.)

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Chin-Lee chan

December 28, 2012  9:30pm

I like the following of the article: "(Modern connotations of "mystery" don't help. In the New Testament era, a mystery was not a riddle to be solved, but a truth revealed to the faithful—something disclosed, not kept hidden.)" Page 1 "In the triune God we have a magnetically attractive God of overflowing love and radiant joy, the Father, Son, and Spirit finding their happy satisfaction and everlasting delight in each other." Page 3 Will Brother Michael Reeves' view in this article be less a riddle when his readers try to find the answer to the question, "When we Christians worship the Father, Son, and Spirit, how many Gods are we worshiping?", if he use the word "Godhead" in the above statement? Like, "In the triune Godhead we have a magnetically attractive Godhead of overflowing love and radiant joy, God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit finding Their happy satisfaction and everlasting delight in each other, among our three Gods." Hope to hear from Brother Reeves.

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Helmut Egesa Wagabi

December 27, 2012  3:30am

I have never understood why the issue of the trinity should be mind-boggling. My favourite version of the bible( Authorized Version) is very clear that God exists in three persons - Father, Son and Holy Spirit - 1 John 5:7,8.

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Pop Seal

December 26, 2012  2:18pm

When I began to search the roles of each One of the Three in regards to my salvation experience that I began to enjoy 42 years ago, the doctrine gave me some blessed comprehension. The mystery remains while living in time and space, but our Trinitarian salvatiion reaches across the divide toward Eternity.

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