The nature of God.
Christians believe that there is only one God, who is the creator and sustainer of the world.
They believe that God is three Persons – the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit – known as the Trinity.
What does the nature of God mean?
n. 1. ( Theology) theol the sole Supreme Being, eternal, spiritual, and transcendent, who is the Creator and ruler of all and is infinite in all attributes; the object of worship in monotheistic religions. 2. play God to behave in an imperious or superior manner.
What are the nature and attributes of God?
The Westminster Shorter Catechism’s definition of God is merely an enumeration of his attributes: “God is a Spirit, infinite, eternal, and unchangeable in his being, wisdom, power, holiness, justice, goodness, and truth.”
What is the nature of God the Father?
God the Father is the creator of all things. This means that he was the creator of the world and everything in it. He is the father of the universe. In the parable, despite the son having squandered his early inheritance, the father still welcomes him home with open arms and a celebration.
What is the nature of the Trinity?
In Trinitarian doctrine, God exists as three persons or hypostases, but is one being, having a single divine nature. The members of the Trinity are co-equal and co-eternal, one in essence, nature, power, action, and will.