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by Micha F. Lindemans
In Christian theology, the doctrine that God exists as three persons -- Father, Son, and Holy Spirit -- who are united in one substance or being. The doctrine is not taught explicitly in the New Testament, where the word God almost invariably refers to the Father; but already Jesus Christ, the Son, is seen as standing in a unique relation to the Father, while the Holy Spirit is also emerging as a distinct divine person.

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