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“Sometimes people have used several analogies drawn from nature or human experience to attempt to explain this doctrine. (Unfortunately) they all turn out to be inadequate or misleading on further reflection. To say, for example, that God is like a three-leaf clover, which has three parts yet remains one clover, fails because each leaf is only part of the clover, and any one leaf cannot be said to be the whole clover. But in the Trinity, each of the persons is not just a separate part of God, each person is fully God. Moreover, the leaf of a clover is impersonal and does not have distinct and complex personality in the way each person of the Trinity does.

(Wayne Grudem: Systematic Theology. http://200.46.204.191/theo/grudem/st-Index.html)

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