The Holy Trinity underlines, the importance of a close knit integration between the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. Though apparently distinct and non identical in their identities, they connect each other through the omnipresent and the omniscient God. While the Father begets, the Son by dint of the Father's grace is begotten, and both of them are guided by the Almighty. In this context, the vast cosmos, with all its creations, is considered to be a composite whole, where every aspect connects each other through a divine bond. Thus it can be said in gist that the Holy Trinity considers God to be the amalgamation of the three identities of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit, yet He Himself is distinct and separate. He is segregated, yet amalgamated.
The Holy Trinity has also brought forth, the concept of baptizing a person in the name of the three different identities of that of the Father, The son and The Holy Spirit. This concept is to be noted in Matthew 28:19.While the Son hails from the Father, the Father emanates from the Almighty. The Holy Spirit graces both The Father and The Son. While the Father is symbolized as the creator, the son symbolizes the fruit of his creation and the his prudence, and the Holy Spirit represents goodness and righteousness. To continue click on http://longing4home.com/.
The Holy Trinity lays down the very edifice of Christianity. It talks about the intrinsic bond between the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit that culminates in the Elysium or the Paradise. The philosophy of the Christian Trinity considers God to be the Universe itself, where, every aspect of the it, be it tiny or mammoth, significant or trivial, mundane or exotic, is considered to be the manifestation of the divine power, who reigns supreme, through the distinguishable yet closely knit identities of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. The concept of the Holy Trinity makes its clear that though divine presence can be noted in the three different identities of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit, no individual identity can be considered to be the totality of God, or the composite whole that we name as 'divinity'. God exists in each of them, yet God is one.
The Holy Trinity considers all the varied identities to be equal from the perspective of divinity. For example, both the king and his servant will be considered to have equal divinity in them, and their disparate social rank, in terms of wealth and status, can in no way question it. Similarly, though the Father begets the Son, he will not be considered to be dominant in his divine possession, rather both the Father and the Son will be considered to be identical in terms of divinity. Thus the Holy Trinity talks about a homogeneity, in terms of the divine presence in mankind and it lays down a very strong foundation of the Christian faith.