Was there a good point or two in the sermon you heard for your Sunday Mass of obligation?
I’ll bet some of you heard some odd things about the Trinity.
Here is a little Trinity Sunday question for you.
In your Sunday sermons today, did you hear the preacher make an analogy for the Trinity?
Did he says something like…
The Trinity is like water, which can be steam, ice or water. (Modalism)
The Trinity is like an egg, which can be shell, yolk and white. (Tritheism)
The three Persons are like three wine bottles of the same wine.
The Father is like the Sun, the Son like Light, the Spirit like warmth.
What did you hear?
Good? Not so good?
We can understand that people resort to analogies when speaking of the Trinity. Do they get it right?