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In this post's description of Franke's thesis it seems to me to be very weak indeed. The Trinity analogy is a poor one. The reaosn why people have so many opinions about things is because of a lack of comprehensive knowledge. We cannot say that about the Trinity.

The diversity in the Trinity has to do with roles and persons. If he is not careful he will give further ammunition to the complementarians out there who argue that man and woman have separate roles as a way to reflect the Trinity.

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