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Old November 23rd, 2012, 01:02 PM   #41

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I am Eastern Orthodox Christian, and my tradition is the Holy Apostolic tradition. If for whatever reasons you don't want to read the book, you can read at the link below the series of articles from which the book developed:
Biography of Rama Coomaraswamy on Studies in Comparative Religion
Do you also have the principle of the Holy Trinity the way the Catholics like myself believe in It?
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Do you also have the principle of the Holy Trinity the way the Catholics like myself believe in It?
I don't understand exactly what you mean, but please see Holy Trinity - OrthodoxWiki.
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Old November 24th, 2012, 06:57 AM   #43

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Can space exist without time? The argument from the OP seems to be based on three spacial dimensions being necessary for existence.
To be honest I don't know. The bottom of the question is if movement can exist without time. There are scientists who believe time doesn't exist as a dimension and is only a measure for movement.

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I don't understand exactly what you mean, but please see Holy Trinity - OrthodoxWiki.
Viewing from that link, I think we don't have much difference in the backbone of our respective faith except maybe for certain rites and dogma of our respective churches.
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Viewing from that link, I think we don't have much difference in the backbone of our respective faith except maybe for certain rites and dogma of our respective churches.
Generally yes, I don't want now to split the hair in four, the main difference in Creed is "Filioque" (
Filioque Filioque
), which you have to accept that is an addition. I hope you were interested to read the articles by Rama Coomaraswamy, he clearly shows what sort of games some like to play.

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^Thank you, Ficino, its a very enlightening discussion my friend.
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