Does God Act as One or Three? Gary Wilkerson and Matthew Barrett
God is one yet also three persons: Father, Son and Holy Spirit. How does that work? Do they all just cooperate really well together? Or is it something completely different? Matthew Barrett joins Gary Wilkerson to discuss the importance of understanding the unity and inseparability of the Trinity.
Key Points from the Podcast
- The Father, Son and Spirit are of one divine essence and thus operate inseparably.
- We cannot impose our human sense of unity — working and cooperating well with one another — on the unity of the Trinity. The triune unity is so much more than what we experience as created beings.
- The Trinity has been from all eternity: the Father, the begotten Son, and the Spirit who proceeds from the Father and Son.
- Our understanding, or theology, of the Trinity will inform how we worship, pray, endure trials, and live our Christian life.
**This conversation was originally featured at Worldchallenge.org**