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why do christians divide God in three persons and they are different?

God father is a spirit but he is not the Son, the Son isn't God but he is the Son of God and he is a human or he was a human, the Holy Spirit is God and he is Spirit?

Asked By: SUPERSTAR - 1/20/2013
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Faithcmbs9 and Seeker have given you excellent answers. I would only add one more analogy which supports Fathcmbs9 approach... More
Answered By: sparc77 - 1/22/2013
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Not all Christians do that. A sect of Christianity called Catholicism does. I never understood it, so I'm not Catholic
Answered By: Usagi393 - 1/20/2013
 
Yes but the bible states the only way to get to heaven is through jesus the son.
Answered By: Raphael - 1/20/2013
 
All three are one, separate and yet the same, as He has revealed Himself to mankind. Really not a hard concept to accept, considering He is more than we can comprehend.
Answered By: Bill Mac - 1/20/2013
 
The trinity idea is in many religions. In mine it's the triple goddess: the maiden, the mother, and the crone... More
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Answered By: Luna Winter - 1/20/2013
 
Hello... More
Answered By: faithcmbs9 - 1/20/2013
 
Believe! you should believe it's logical! logical as much as Mary is the mother of God and the daughter at the same time.
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Answered By: Blue - 1/21/2013
 
The Father is not the Son, nor is the Son the Holy Spirit, etc, but these Three Persons are ONE GOD. That is the concept of the Trinity. There is plenty of scriptural evidence of the Trinity, which Unitarians either ignore or attach a hidden interpretation... More
Answered By: Seeker - 1/21/2013
 
When we humans are born the holy spirit is in all of us. That is what makes us different from animals. God is a spirit not a human being. One can not look upon God without instant death therefore he came down to us as a human in the form of Jesus. That ties all three things together.
Answered By: Genegee - 1/22/2013
 
Yep, this is called the trinity. The way my Sunday School teachers always described it is as an egg. An egg has a yoke, white, and a shell - But it is still one egg... More
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Answered By: Lynch - 1/22/2013
 
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