PART III: Doctrine Article 2

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God is one _____ being. indivisible, personal
The essential nature of God may be identified by the _____ attributes. incommunicable
The incommunicable attributes are His _____. self-existence, unchangeableness, and infinity
The personal nature of God may be identified by His _____ attributes. communicable
These communicable attributes are God’s _____ nature, His _____ nature, and His _____ nature. intellectual; volitional; moral
The distinction of the _____ is that He had begotten the Son from eternity. Father
The distinction of the _____ is that He had been begotten by the Father from eternity. Son
The distinction of the _____ is that He proceeds from the Father and the Son from eternity. Holy Spirit
The qualities of _____ belong to each of the persons of the trinity. divine nature
In describing the deity of the Trinity, we refer to each person of the Trinity. infinite, eternal, and unchangeable
The persons of the Trinity are the same in _____ and equal in _____, _____, and honor. substance; power; glory
The earliest indications of the doctrines of the Trinity appear in the _____. Old Testament
The term “Trinity” emphasizes the two facets of this doctrine: they are the doctrine of _____ and the doctrine of _____ of God. unity; tri-personalness
Deuteronomy 6:4 emphasizes the _____ of God. unity
In _____, Solomon spoke of Jehovah as the only God. 1 Kings 8:60
In 1 Corinthians 8:6, Paul spoke of one _____ and one _____. God the Father; Lord Jesus Christ
In 1 Timothy 2:5, the oneness of God is based on the fact that there is but one _____. Mediator
According to James 2:19, even the devils believe that there is _____. one God
In Genesis 1:1, the word _____ implies the doctrine of the Trinity. Elohim
God recognized the plurality in the Godhead by His use of the pronouns _____ and _____ in Genesis 1:26. us; ours
In Genesis 11:7, the pronoun “us” is fulfilled in the word _____. Lord
The use of the pronoun “us” is a communion of the _____. Trinity
In Hebrews 1:8, God the Father addresses the Son as _____. God
Isaiah 48:16 recognizes the work of both _____ and _____. God: His Spirit
According to Romans 8:27, the _____ knows the will of God. Spirit
In the formula of _____, we worship God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit. baptism
In 2 Corinthians 13:14, we worship God in _____ and in _____. Trinity; unity
We worship the _____ as the Source of all goodness and love. Father
We worship the _____ as essential to divine blessing and fellowship. Spirit
We worship the _____ as the Dispenser of grace. Son
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