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This article examines the concept of the Trinity in the Johannine literature in the New Testament. It argues that John the Apostle does not simply derive his Father language from the Jewish wisdom literature but instead has in view the Son's relationship to his Father. It explains that After the Ascension, the Son's agency on behalf of the Father is continued by the Spirit's agency on behalf of the Father. Thus the Book of Revelation depicts the Father and the Son sitting on the divine throne while the Spirit dwells in the Church.
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