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Can we understand the Trinity better since we have the writings of Aquinas to help us?


At an adult Bible study I was trying to explain the Trinity. I said today we can understand, at least in theory, more about it than Augustine could because we have the work of Aquinas to stand on, and Augustine understood the Trinity better than the first Christians. My pastor criticized me, saying we couldn&#039;t understand the Trinity at all because it&#039;s a mystery. Who&#039;s right?<br />


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