conflicting assumptions
1And there were two conflicting assumptions regarding who Jesus was and the way prophecy worked. 2The first deemed the incarnation of God as Jesus to be an appropriate action of Perfection in the fields of Beauty. 3And the second accepted that Jesus may have been a mere human about whom many pious people had spoken falsely.

Genesis 19:6b
Genesis 19:6b

4And the Pamalogists and the ComSing of the Universe of Earth were stromagetes. 5Therefore they considered both possibilities, seeking to understand. 6And the Pamalogists said that in either case, and in any way in which Jesus may or may not have been God and or man or fulfilled the Scriptures of the Jews, the Triunity of Perfection was not lost. 6bAnd SUPERMAMA listened.

Triunity not dependent on Christology
7For no matter what Jesus may have been, the Action of Perfection was Perfection. 8And the Being of Perfection was Perfection. 9Therefore Perfection Resulted from Perfection. 10And since there was only one possible Perfection, (because Perfection was that than which there could be nothing greater), both the Result of the Action and the Doer of the Action shared in the one Perfection. 11Therefore if God was Perfection, (and if there could be nothing greater than God), then God begot God.

12Likewise also the Sharing of Perfection of the Begotten God and the Begetting God as One God was the same Perfection. 13Perfection was thus necessarily triune as Begetter, Begotten and Sharing. 14And in short, Orthodox Christianity as an expression of Divine Triunity was not irreconcilable with the logic of Perfection.

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