No head for maths. I am driving in Bamm Bamm’s Mini Cooper from Londonderry/Derry/Stroke City etc., etc. towards Belfast. Ulsterbus’s posh new coaches are leaving Belfast about every 15 minutes and coming towards us.
Compare my situation to that of a person standing in the rain on the top of the Glenshane Pass.
Do the buses seem closer together because I am driving towards them? Do I see more buses than the person standing still? Compared to this, the doctrine of the Trinity seems child’s play.
It is a proven fact that if you stand in the rain and wait for a bus none come for 45 minutes and then three arrive together. The real question for Christians is whether this constitutes three separate buses or one bus arriving three times.
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