Two Interconnected Trinities: A Catholic Reflection
The infinite God has never been and never will be understood by finite human beings; infinite divine reality simply cannot be fitted into finite human brains, categories and language. It is not oratorical hyperbole when Jesus says in Jewish Matthew’s gospel that “no one knows the Father except the Son and anyone to whom the Son chooses to reveal him” (Matt 11:27). The nature of God, therefore, has always been hotly debated among theologians, with charge and countercharge of heresy being exchanged between them. It all started in the early Church in a debate over those writings that the early Christians accepted as their Bible.