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Where does the concept of the trinity really come from?

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2011-12-08 15:56:47
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Trinty comes from the Biblical term of the Father, Son and Holy Sprit being together as one.

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If you literally translate the word into English, it would be: 1 + 1 + 1 = 1 so since this would make no sense I assume the translators had to come up with a better way to explain it.

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