One or One?

Shoshanna Walker rosewalk at concentric.net
Mon Jan 28 22:01:33 EST 2002



The Trinity, obviously.


Why do the words, "composite unity", mean the trinity, obviously?

I want to know what the words mean, without any concepts behind them. 
Grammatically, linguistically, what does "composite unity" mean?

Does it mean something that is unified and made of components?  If 
so, why a trinity - why not millions of "parts"?

When do the parts become unified,  was the unity there first, and 
then separated into parts, or vice versa - I really do not understand 
the term.

Shoshanna




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