Did you know that the first mention of a trinity was at the Church of Antioch in 170AD? The reference of the then Patriarch Theonysious was to Logos, Son and Sophia. This represents in today’s liturgies Logos = (Father, Power, Active, Positive), Son = (Son, Result, Love, Neutral, Neutral), Sophia = (Holy Spirit, Mother, Wisdom, Passive, Negative), these are exactly the same as Father, Son and Holy Spirit. This creates a trinity of energies. You can see Father as male, Son as the neutral result of male and female energies mixing physically, and Holy Spirit as the Female side. N.B. the mention of positive and negative are polarity comparisons, NOT meaning one is better than the other, but simply of opposite polarity.
Written by the Presiding Archbishop of The Australian Church of Antioch, The Most Reverend Frank Bugge. © Frank Bugge 2012