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The Father, son and the Holy spirit!
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Who is in the Trinity?

The Trinity is a word that is used in Christianity. The Trinityrefers to the Father, Son, and the Holy Spirit.

Trinity how are they one?

as saint patric explained by using a three leave clover as an example, there are three persons (the three leaves) in one god 9the one stem) by fiona aged 12 Answer 2: The co

What is the Hindu Trinity?

The Hindu trinity is actually called 'Trimurti.' It is made up of  Brahma, Vishnu, & Shiva.

Is there a Holy Trinity?

Another View:     It has long been recognized that many biblical passages refer  clearly either to the trinity or to aspects of it. The oneness of  God, together w

What does the son do in the Trinity?

The Son is the Logos (word or reason) of God. He comes forth from the Father as a ray of light comes forth from a light bulb. All of creation came to be through the Son as God

Who is the trinity?

  Known as "The Trinity" the comedians are 3 females who currently run have their own radio show called Trinity Radio. The basis of it is to provide real talk for the en

Where does the Trinity originate?

There is no mention of the Trinity in the Bible. In fact, Marks' Gospel has Jesus deny being God, saying (10:18): "Why call me good. There is none good but God." This is quite

Is trinity crazy?

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What is trinity in God?

what is trinity in God?    the trinity in science mean tree individual that makes one, but in  God, it is way different, there's only One God up there, you are  flesh

What is the incompatible trinity?

It is the concept in economics that a country can attain only two of the following conditions: 1. A fixed exchange rate 2. Free international flows of capital 3. Independant m