Do your church’s doctrines make sense? Let’s examine: the Trinity Dogma is likened to a family unit consisting of Grandfather, Father and Son.
In a facebook back and forth, out of sheer desperation a catholic claimed the the trinity has really no difference from a family unit consisting of a Grandfather, Father, and Son. He claimed that all three have the same one surname, just like how the trinity is one God, with three persons. Laughable at the very least. His analogy doesn’t make sense. If you examine granting that such a family unit does indeed share the same surnames it’s not usually so for many different reasons. More importantly, we’re talking about the state of being, that is being God, and not surnames. So then I ask him what the surnames of God, Jesus Christ and the Holy spirit are? No answer. I then told him who among the Grandfather, Father, Son is the Holy Spirit. What I wanted to know is that if the Son is the Holy Spirit, who is its’ mother? We know God doesn’t have a wife, the Lord Jesus had a mother in Mary, how about the Holy Spirit? And this is where the conversation ended. Do not even hope for further response.