Authors: Colin James III
If (the Father and Son necessarily imply the Paraclete), then (the Trinity implies ((Paraclete, Father, and Son) imply (Paraclete, Father, or Son)). This as rendered is tautologous, confirming the formula of the Trinity in the commonly named Athanasian creed. Remark: The formula has the filioque as antecedent to the co-equality as consequent. In other words, the filioque commences the proof of the Trinity.
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