Of the Holy Ghost
- Some make too much of the distinction between Theos and Ho Theos, simply elevating a matter of Koine' Greek grammar into something meaningful, which it is not.
- Naming God three times is a significant feature of the Old Testament in some very important places, including the Shemai: “Hear, O Israel: The LORD our God the LORD is one.” (Deut. 6:4) Even when told that God is one, we find God mentioned three times as 1. The Lord (YHVH), 2. our God (elehenu), and then for what might seem to be no reason (but that we know better), again as 3. the Lord (YHVH). The thrice invoked God is, however, One (echod).