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more than one. they don't believe in true monotheism. monotheism would be one God. they believe jesus is the son of god, which is two.
I am not a Christian but I will explain the way St. Patrick explained to the Irish. Why is the shamrock the symbol of Ireland. "It is possible for 3 symbols together be one"
The Father, The Son and The Holy Spirit = One God
The Three Leaves = One Shamrock
Think of it like a detachable swiss army knife. You have 3 tools in one but your carrying around one tool.
Christians have been killing each other over this question for 2000 yards years.. but not really whether it's one God or three. It's a question of how one views Jesus Christ and his relationship to the one God. They all agree, to my knowledge, that there's only one God.
The doctrine of the holy trinity works as follows.
There is one God, but this God has three facets, or faces, which are: the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit.
I am a Christian and we worship one god the only god, I know where your getting your 3 god statement from but that stems from your misinterpretation and lack of understanding of our religion.
And actually @Spiorad_Aisce that's a pretty good and simple way to put it just like the leafs on a shamrock.
I like a Way where there isn't the idea of a 'deity' that needs to be 'WORSHIPED!'
If you're referring to the Holy Trinity of the Father, Son and the Holy Spirit then I'd have to disagree that there are 3.
They are all one.
John 5:44 How can you believe, when you are accepting glory from one another and you are not seeking the glory that is from the only God? to serve more then one god is to bear false witness-breaking a commandment.
The only true god is the flying spaghetti monstah.
One. You don't understand Christianity.
That's the question I never found an answer to
one god dear money
Jesus and the Holy Ghost are not God himself. God is just God period.
Christians themselves don't know
christianity is a monothesitic religion.. its not up for debate,,
its not about think.. God said himself there's only one GOD and that's him, its bad to worship fake gods. dont listen to infidels.
... lol, it's 1 god. 3 elements of the trinity, one God.
See if you aren't ignorant that wouldn't be a question its one god. The father the son and holy spirit are all one. Jesus was god in flesh. People literally have so much to say about religion or chrisitianity but dont know shit and the people responding shows you how ignorant people are.
God is one intity. While being Jesus, The Holy Spirit and God our Lord.
I believe there is only one God-- the creator of the universe. Jesus isn't God. Jesus is God's son. If Jesus is God and he always prays to God as mentioned in the Bible, wouldn't he be praying to himself or part of himself, right? O_o
They worship a book.
There is only one God. You're thinking of the Holy Trinity.
We believe in God the Eternal Father, and in his Son Jesus Christ, and in the Holy Ghost. I believe they are 3 separate beings, but one in purpose, just like how Jesus prayed that all his followers would be one in John 17:20-21.
No, weworship cthululu
As far as I know, Hinduism is strictly polytheistic, they have many gods and goddesses: Vishnu, Shiva and Brahma are the trinity (just like in christianity); But there is also female trinity of Hindu goddesses: Laxmi, Parvati and Saraswati. However, there are lots of other Hindu Gods and Goddesses who are not a part of the trinity: Ganesha, Kali, Hanuman, Indra etc.
Of course, trinity is the highest, and sometimes presented with an Avatar (one supreme god) - usually Rama or Krishna.
Depends on if they are part of the trinity group or not.
Because it conflicted with the original story, having a god, a holy spirit, and a son made "worship no other god but me" an contradiction. So three priests created the idea of the trinity where god was jesus and the holy ghost.
So there are some Christians that believe in that nonsense and some that believe in the original nonsense.
Either way they are both nonsense.