It has been a while since we wandered into the nebulous aspects of theology. So let's sharpen our theological swords and see what we can parse.
When it comes to the Persons of the Trinity and their relationship to the believer, is there a difference between being indwelt by the Spirit, the Son, and the Father?
When the Scriptures suggest we are indwelt by God (the Father), Jesus (the Son) and the Spirit, what does that mean?
Are we actually indwelt by all 3 Persons? And, if so, then when do these indwellings occur? And are they equal in their effect? Are figures of speech used?
Apriori we know that God is everywhere, so His presence (or indwelling) is about relationship and unique empowerment or blessing. As His temples, we beleivers are a house for the divine is some sense.
Jesus, as the Son incarnate was not the Father. In the midst of John 14:9, the Savior says:
Whoever has seen me has seen the Father.
Is something like this happening when it comes to indwelling? Does being indwelt by the Spirit, for example, also carry the idea of the other Persons of the Trinity, since they are equal in attribute? Or does each Person indwell us in an identical way?
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