The Trinity and the Godhead

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This article discusses the relationship between the God of the Trinity and the Godhead.

Submitted: April 14, 2016

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Submitted: April 14, 2016



The Trinity of God is composed of a composite of  God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit.  God the Father is the Unmoved Mover and an Unrestricted Pure Act of Understanding.God the Son is the First Cause Uncaused Cause and Divine Reason.God the Holy Spirit is Absolute Relational Substantial Love.

The question arises, however, as to the internal relationship of the foregoing Trinity of God.Traditionally, this internal relationship had been denominated the  Godhead.  Also, the Godhead had been tradtionally described as Being.However, the problem with this is that there is no Godhead principle which relates to God the Son and God the Holy Spirit.I have developed a Trinitarian Godhead.

God the Father, is the God of Being, relating to the Godhead of Being, which is a metaphysical quiddity, quod est, that is, that which subsists.God the Father is a Static Process, except the Equitable Exception characteristic which allows for God to answer prayers, if necessary.

God the Son, whom Christians denominate Jesus Christ, is the God of  Logos, and the God of Logos, relating to the Logos of Reason.Jesus Christ is not static, and is not some static Word, as sometimes referred to.Instead, Jesus Christ is Reason, and an active principle in the Trinity.Here, the active Logos or Reason, is a metaphysical quiddity, quod est., that which subsists.

God the Holy Spirit is the God of Substance.  And, the metaphysical principle of Substance, referred to, is a metaphysical quiddity, quod est, that which subsists.The Holy Spirit is both Love and Wisdom.

Thus, the Trinity of God is God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit, while, the Trinitarian Godhead, which is the internal relations of the Trinity of God, is the Trinity of  Being, Logos, and Substance.

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