Jean La Placette on the Trinity

Reformed Covenanter

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What we believe, reduces it self to two Heads: First, That the Persons of the Trinity are really distinct from one another: the Father is not the Son, and the Holy Spirit is neither the Father nor the Son. The other, That neither of these Persons is really distinguished from the Divine Essence which they possess:

That the Father is God, the Son God, and the Holy Ghost God; and what is more, That the Father, Son and Holy Ghost are but one God, possessing only one Divinity; so that the Divinity of the Father is the same with that of the Son; and that of the Father and the Son is not different from that of the Holy Ghost. …

For the reference, see Jean La Placette on the Trinity.