I can remember reading a C.S. Lewis book, and how he illustrated a 3 demensional being trying to explain and reveal things to a 2D being....Hard to wrap our heads around.
Yes, yes, I've heard and read all the illustrations about the 'Trinity', like water, ice and vapor, like mother, daughter and wife, blah, blah bla.. I've looked at all the silly geometric diagrams showing how they are related. But any reasoning man
cannot help but see that there are two separate and individual identities being spoken of in the book. Does this mean that there are two Gods? Of course not, and if you missed the fact that Jesus took every
opportunity to point out his deference to his Father, I question your hermeneutics.
But here is where I get ******* emotional. You take the story of God almighty sacrificing his beloved Only Begotten Son out of love for us, and turn it into a cheap parlor trick that God played on us.
As for accepting those impossible to grasp concepts that we must take on blind uncomprehending faith, I give you this:
But he that received seed into the good ground is he that heareth the word, and understandeth it;