The Civil Writer Magazine

Biunity can be considered as the state or mode of being two in one, as trinity is the state of being three in one. In addition to biunity there is a similarity to androgynous the blending of traditional feminine and masculine traits.

Genesis 1:26-27 (KJV) 26 "And God said, Let us make man in our image, after our likeness ... 27 So God created man in his own image, in the image of God created he him; [male and female] created he them." This scripture explicitly states that God is biunity of male and female images and not a trinity of 2 males +1, God, son, Holy spirit. If you define the word [image] it means a representation of the [external] form of a person or thing in art. The word [image], Hebrew transliteration: tselem, pronunciation: tseh'-lem [H6754] means resemblance; hence a representative {figure}.

How can we prescribe the Tertullian theory called the trinity based upon the concept of John 10:30 KJV "I and my father are one" into meaning three and ignore the words, in his "own image" created he him; [male and female]. Where else would God get the image of a woman if it wasn't part of his being. We know scripturally that the sons of God were all males [when the sons of God went in to the daughters of humans] so where did the image of Eve come from if not from God himself. Could there have been a Goddess not spoken of? We know empirically that there are only two images and those are the creation of man and woman and to say there are three is more so dogma and an unproven theory because the Holy spirit is not an image to be identified by man and to reconcile with the scriptures.