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Holy Trinity

The foundational doctrine of Orthodox Christianity, the Holy Trinity affirms God's triune nature as Father, Son, and Holy Spirit existing eternally in perfect unity and communion. This concept emphasizes the mystery of God's being, transcending human comprehension yet revealed through Scripture and Tradition. Orthodox theology holds that the three persons of the Trinity are distinct yet inseparable, each fully God and sharing the same divine essence. The Trinity serves as the basis for understanding God's self-revelation, creation, redemption, and the Christian life, inviting believers into a dynamic relationship with the divine.
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