Category talk:Trinitarianism

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Are the three parties equal in power or authority?if they are why does then God the Father send the Son and a later the Holy spirit.Does this prove they are not equal in power?

Is the Holy spirit a person?if He is then where is he right now,can we see Him?

Lets direct biblical proof of the trinity(Godhead) —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 16:10, 19 January 2009 (UTC)

Are you addressing something specifically listed at the top of this category page? This talk page is only for improving the text at the top of this specific page (the category page).
If you're asking general questions, then it would be more appropriate to look at the specific articles listed under this category. (examples articles might be Athanasian Creed for "are all three equal", and Filioque for "did the Father cause the other two?". Note that there are of course other articles linking to/from those for alternative views on those questions) --Underpants 13:13, 13 March 2009 (UTC)

Pluriform Monotheism[edit]

To my knowledge,Trinitarianism is a form of Pluriform Monotheism. Should this be mentioned here? Or not? Kairos (talk) 11:51, 13 February 2013 (UTC)