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Old 4th August 2007, 11:52 AM
Ron Conte Ron Conte is offline
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God is One Divine Eternal Act:
the Act of being everything that God is and of doing everything that God does.
In God, being and doing are exactly the same, exactly the same.
For God, existing and loving are exactly the same act.

Even the procession of the Son from the Father, and of the Spirit primarily from the Father and secondarily from the Son, are the same as that One Divine Eternal Act.

As concerns the Divine Nature, Father, Son, Spirit are equal.
They each share one and the same Divine Nature.
As concerns Divine Personhood, Father, Son, Spirit are not equal.
Each is distinct in His own Personhood.
The Father is greater than the Son, and the Son is greater than the Spirit.
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