Any divine relation, which there are multiple of, are real relations which survive or exist in the divine essence. These persons, while multiple, are real in only three relations which are Father, Son and Spirit. This gets confusing quickly but there is no mistake: the three are unified in one existing nature which is the Godhead. Three persons, one God. One God under three existing real persons. This is not three ways God shows Himself, but three, real, persons. The three are only divided amongst their relation, but are unified in essence and nature. In the creed we thus say, “I believe in one God…”
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