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Trinity Secret : The Power of Three and the Code of Creation

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"The Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit."
Millions of people recognize the Holy Trinity, but few understand that the concept behind it is not limited to a single religion or belief system. What if the Trinity were an ancient code, a formula, a secret so simple yet so powerful, it could change the way we look at our relationship with the Creator and with creation?
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Paperback, 224 pages
Published February 25th 2011 by New Page (first published January 10th 2011)
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Simmonsmry
May 27, 2011 Simmonsmry rated it it was ok
I was initially drawn to this book because of its title. I was intrigued by the authors’ claim to have found a secret triune formula that could change the way humanity interacts with and comprehends divinity.

The authors acknowledge that their findings on the Trinity, “at first might appear to be anti-religion – or even profane: the Holy Trinity was not what many of us had been taught it was in grade-school catechism classes.” (p.16) Therefore, as a Christian reader, it is not surprising that I
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Natalie Corrigan
Feb 22, 2013 Natalie Corrigan rated it it was amazing
Probably one of the most enlightening reads I have engaged upon in some time. On one level, the authors attempt to explain the Divine Trinity of Christianity, and in my opinion do a decent job of making clearer what most (me included!) have a hard time grasping. They also compare various trinity ideas throughout the religions, including Eastern, pagan, and many other non-Abrahamic faiths. They even come at the trinity through the back door of quantum physics, which the analytical mind ate up ...more
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Some tangents, but ultimately a decent look at the number three in a spiritual sense.
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