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Date: Mon, 8 Sep 2003 09:22:15 -0700
Subject: (urth) Trinity
From: Sikozu Johnson 

On Lundi, sept 8, 2003, at 06:33 US/Pacific, Dan'l Danehy-Oakes wrote: 
"Well, it's a little more complex than that. They are One, but not The 
Same. That is, they are distinct persons who share a single substance, 
being, and Godhead. I'm not prepared to explain all that right now, but 
that's the actual orthodox Catholic - and, I'm pretty sure, the 
orthodox Orthodox - position."

It's standard in all existing historic non-Protestant churches, from 
the Anglican Communion to the Church of St. Thomas of Malabar, bitter 
theological debates aside. (None had any real theological implications 
as all evaluated the Trinity in the same way, including Nestorians.)

It's part of the Apostolic Creed, a version of which can be found on 

"I sit for world revolution"
Alan Ginsberg, 19 July 1981


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