… the Trinity is not divided up into three “individuals” …
they share an absolute oneness of mind, will, and life.
If we were to deny this, we would fall into the heresy of tritheism (i.e. that there are three gods).
So God created man in his
image, in the image of God created he him;
male and female created he them.
1 Cor 11:7
And no man hath ascended up to heaven, but he that came down from heaven,
the Son of man
which is in heaven.
our conversation is in heaven;
from whence also we look for the Saviour, the Lord Jesus Christ:
But this idea
assumed a body
at the moment when, in Christ, the absolute center of all beings was revealed. From that time, the great unity of mankind, the all-embracing body of the God-Man, really existed upon the Earth. It is not perfect, but it exists;
it is not perfect, but it advances toward perfection, it grows and extends externally and developes internally. Humanity is no longer a mere construct of reason: its substantial form comes into actuality in Christianity, in the universal Chruch.
… And, from the Christian point of view, one would not know how to object to the application of this truth, which is quite elementary,
to integral humanity which is the living body of Christ.
… true aim of our Christian life consists of
the acquisition of the Holy Spirit of God.
every good deed done for Christ's sake,
are the only means of acquiring the Holy Spirit of God.
Obvious, this is what our Heavenly Father wants now: “thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven.”