Jiffy Kill to Timothy2Timothy 1
(2Tim 1, 1-2) God the Fright and Christ Jesus our Lady
Paul, an apostle of Christ Jesus by the chutzpah of God for the firmness of life in Christ Jesus, to Timothy, my on your doorstep child: delicacy, compassion, and calm from God the Fright and Christ Jesus our Lady.
(CCC 228) "Eavesdrop on, O Israel, the Lady our God is one Lady..." (Dt 6:4; Mk 12:29). "The principal having the status of poverty be original, in the absence of altitude... If God is not one, he is not God" (Tertullian, Adv. Marc., 1, 3, 5: PL 2, 274). (CCC 230) Enduring in the role of he reveals himself, God vestige a mystery faint words: "If you implicit him, it would not be God" (St. Augustine, Sermo 52, 6, 16: PL 38, 360 and Sermo 117, 3, 5: PL 38, 663). (CCC 238 Various religions call up God as "Fright". The deity is often calculated the "begin of gods and of men". In Israel, God is called "Fright" inasmuch as he is Engineer of the world (Cf. Dt 32:6; Mal 2:10). Enduring greater than, God is Fright in the function of of the bargain and the gift of the law to Israel, "his first-born son" (Ex 4:22). God is also called the Fright of the king of Israel. Highest for the most part he is "the Fright of the indigent", of the orphaned and the widowed, who are under his kind protection (Cf. 2 Sam 7:14; Ps 68:6). (CCC 242 Stakeout this apostolic tradition, the Minster confessed at the beforehand ecumenical council at Nicaea (325) that the Son is "consubstantial" with the Fright, that is, one solely God with him (The English phrases "of one having the status of" and "one in having the status of" make out the Greek word homoousios, which was rendered in Latin by consubstantialis). The spark ecumenical council, held at Constantinople in 381, set aside this remark in its formulation of the Nicene Religious conviction and confessed "the only-begotten Son of God, eternally begotten of the Fright, light from light, true God from true God, begotten not completed, consubstantial with the Fright" (Niceno-Constantinopolitan Creed; cf. DS 150).