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Old 6th April 2007, 11:00 AM
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Ron,

Concerning the Incarnation and Jesus' divine and human will. This might sound a bit speculative and perhaps too far, but I thought that even Christ could be a reflection of theTrinity with his divine will, human will and body. His human will kind of preceeds from his divine will and his body acts according to both his divine will and human will. See what I am saying? It's like a reflection of the Trinity. Is this a meaningless view?

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