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The Trinity. I have been putting off this issue for a long long time. You see, I like theology. I find it fascinating. I spend nearly my whole school day, reading up on such things. I however deal with a couple of difficulties. For starters, I think anything that I could say, for the most part are available other places, much better said. Second, I usually don't get the full gist of everything. Ultimately, I have an even harder time trying to explain it then I really do attempting to find out it. I'd consider myself fairly intellectual, but my domain of intelligence is psychological and inter-personal. Laws, procedures, and definitions are demanding for me personally. My theology is a very psychological theology. None that is swayed with my disposition. Nor one like a impassioned church service invitation. Those are emotions from my head. I'm talking about the emotions of the heart. A God-centered heart specifically. So instead of giving you a textbook answer on the theology of the Trinity. I would much rather give you my layman's theology, and if you desire for deeper understanding, I will point you in the ideal direction. Fair enough? I have had to deal with criticisms of the Trinity since early January. You see I'm living with my grandma who I love dearly, but that happens to be a Jehovah's Witness. Which in case you don't know. They don't believe that Jesus is God or divine. Instead they think that Jesus is the son of God, as in God established Jesus before anything else and subsequently had Jesus make the rest. They believe that Jesus is the archangel Michael. Not cool. The Trinity in itself is easy to explain. Jesus is God. The Father is God. The Spirit is God. These are God. All three however, are different persons. 1 entity, three men. Easy to describe, hard to comprehe...