Who is in the Trinity?
The Trinity is a word that is used in Christianity. The Trinity refers to the Father, Son, and the Holy Spirit.
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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 qui…te inconsistent with later Christian belief in the Holy Trinity. Some point out that a biblical passage known as the "Johannine Comma" (1 John 5:7) refers indirectly to the concept of the Trinity, but this verse was not in the earliest Greek manuscripts, first appearing in a Latin copy in the fifth century. So rather than providing biblical support for the Trinity, the Johannine Comma simply confirms that the concept had been accepted as doctrine by the fifth century. By the third century, Church Fathers were debating the nature of the relationship between Jesus and God, with some influential leaders saying that they (and the Holy Spirit) were as one, while other, equally influential leaders were opposed. The concept that Jesus and God were of one substance was proposed by Bishop Alexander at the Council of Nicaea, against strong opposition. This became the formal foundation for the Holy Trinity, although it was almost abandoned over the ensuing decades. Emperor Theodosius, at the end of the fourth century finally decreed that the matter was settled, and that Jesus was of one substance with God. (MORE)