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Based on factual allegations in the scripture, the Word, who was later introduced by God as His only begotten Son (John 1:1 in relation to John 1:14 and Matthew 3:17) and the Holy Spirit, who was introduced by Christ to the apostles as the one ‘to reveal the truth about God’ (John 14:16-17), are not co-equals of God, although they are inherent faculties of God.
Faculty in human is defined in http://dictionary.reference.com as an ability, natural or acquired, for a particular kind of action or one of the powers of mind, as memory, reason, or speech or an inherent capability of the body, e.g. the faculties of sight and hearing, a faculty for making friends easily or full possession of faculties despite an illness.
Naturally, in the case of God, His faculties are beyond the limits of human standards or cannot be adequately measured by using the same standards.
Similarly, however, the word and the spirit or intention of the word spoken by a person are not co-equals of a person who speaks, although they are faculties or parts of the essence of the person. (more…)
How does incest relate to the discussion on ‘holy?’ trinity doctrine? Before fully discussing the issue, let’s have some preliminary discussions on ‘holy? trinity’ and ‘mother of god’ concepts.
Previously, in “Any factual basis for ‘Mother of God’ doctrine?‘ article, trinity doctrine as basis of ‘mother of god’ concept was discussed, being an invalid proposition, because it is merely based on opinion and not on facts.
Considering that the facts in issue are personal to God, Christ and Mother Mary, only their factual allegations are material in settling any issue that may arise from them. In the scripture however, it is clear that neither of the three mentioned facts related to the concepts.
Therefore, any argument to support the concept would simply fall apart due to utter lack of factual basis.