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Jan 4 2013, 9:45pm

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Tolkien's Representation of the Trinity

One thought I have for all you Christians out there :)

Tolkien clearly shows that:
Eru=God the Father
The Flame Imperishable=The Holy Spirit

My question is, who represents Jesus? Nothing really jumps out at me in the Silmarillion even though I have been (and still am) a lifelong Catholic.

(This post was edited by KingTurgon on Jan 4 2013, 9:45pm)

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Post edited by KingTurgon (Rohan) on Jan 4 2013, 9:45pm

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