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Understanding of Holy Trinity requires 'almost childlike faith'

By Pat Gee

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, May 25, 2013

~~<p>Christians celebrate this Sunday as Trinity Sunday to honor the Holy Trinity of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit, all considered one God &mdash; a concept that is difficult to understand and one rebutted by different sects and denominations.</p>
<p>With a church named Trinity Missionary Baptist Church, who better to explain what has been called a &quot;mystery concept&quot; than its pastor of seven years, the Rev. Dwight E. Cook? Even though he has a doctorate from Drew University's Theology School in New Jersey, Cook says he does not consider himself a Bible scholar, but a &quot;biblical searcher&quot; for about 40 years.</p>
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Christians celebrate this Sunday as Trinity Sunday to honor the Holy Trinity of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit, all considered one God — a concept that is difficult to understand and one rebutted by different sects and denominations.

With a church named Trinity Missionary Baptist Church, who better to explain what has been called a "mystery concept" than its pastor of seven years, the Rev. Dwight E. Cook? Even though he has a doctorate from Drew University's Theology School in New Jersey, Cook says he does not consider himself a Bible scholar, but a "biblical searcher" for about 40 years. Login for more...



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