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Why do we intrinsically feel love and community to be important?

by Pastor Mike Birbeck - September 2, 2021

The purpose of this broadcast is to bring to one’s mind the great questions of life and explore Christianity’s answer to these questions. Welcome to Questioning Life with Pastor Mike Birbeck.

Why do we intrinsically feel love and community to be important?

The Trinity seems to be an odd dusty old doctrine. What practical importance can the old 3 in 1 and 1 in 3 have for people today. Christians believe that God is Trinity, meaning that God is both one and three. He is essentially one, “Hear, O Israel , the Lord your God, the Lord is one,” is true of God.

However, God is also three distinct persons: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. The Trinity means that God is indivisible. There is no conflict of how to do things or what things are important within God. He is not like the Greek gods that quarreled and connived. Yet, God is also three distinct persons. The Father is not the Son or Spirit. The Son is not the Father or the Spirit. The Spirit is neither the Father nor the Son. We are social beings because the God who made us in his image is social. Love is eternal because God is Trinity. Love cannot exist without a lover and a beloved. In the Trinity, we find that love is perfect and eternal amongst the three.

Credits:

Videography: Ethan Chabala
Video Editing: Ethan Chabala
Writing: Pastor Mike Birbeck

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