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Was he a man or a myth! Was he a magician or a madman? Or was he. as Christians believe, God in human flesh? RfTH was truly God and truly man during his incarnation. At this same gathering, it was also agreed that Jesus' t\vo natures-human and divine-were without mixture, confusion , separation, or division. s The Chalcedon Creed not only safeguarded Jesus' divinity but also clarified how that divinit\;• existed with h umanirv. • One Person . Two N atures From the earliest days ofChrist ianiry, Jesus' followers believed that he was God incarnate, a unique union of divinity and humanity.
God has explicitly told us that certain aspects of his nature are unsearchable (Ps. 1453; rsa. 40:28; Rom. 11 :33). The question to ask, therefore, is not: How does the Trinity exist ? But simply: Does the Trinity exist? According to Scripture, the answer to the latter question is yes. For those whose minds cannot let go of the former question, several analogies for the Trinity may be helpfu l. TIme, for instance, consists of three distinct things: past, present, and (mure. These mreeaspect5of"time" correspond well to the Trin~ ity's Father, Son.
Bishop of Antioch, late second cenrury! Christianity, like Judaism and Islam, is a monotheistic religion, which means that it teaches the existence of only one God. Unlike Jews and Muslims, however, Christians believe that there is a plurality of persons within the one God. In other words, Christians maintain that the eternal God they worship has revealed himself through Scripture as one divine entity who exists as three distinct persons (or centers of self-consciousness): Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.