Crucifixion of the Jews: Book 2

‘Triplet’ paradigms in First Century Gnosticism


Both Father–Mother–Son and Father–Son–Holy Ghost paradigms exist in First Century Gnosticism.

Christianity will later incorporate the Trinity (the Father–the Son– the Holy Ghost) as an ‘orthodoxy’ (core doctrine) at the First
Council of Nicae in 325 CE. (Nicae was in Bithynia, present day Iznik in Turkey.)

But, Christianity will also de facto incorporate the Father–Mother–Son paradigm via central Christian “God the Father–Mary the Mother–Jesus the Son” lore and tradition….

As regards the Trinity, many will challenge that it violates the First Commandment of the Ten Commandments, and that the iconography and other representations of the now–deified Jesus, then transgress the Second Commandment. Christianity disputes both assertions of any transgression.

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