Does God have three minds, three centers/contexts of self-awareness? When I think of what makes a person a person, it’s that the entity has a mind. So if there are multiple minds, there are multiple persons, and vice versa.
Yet it’s “three persons in one divine essence,” and God’s essence is His will, so these three minds have the same will. They have the same values. They are all love; they are all God.
God the Son had/has two wills, a human one and His divine one, which makes sense in light of this verse: “Father, if you are willing, take this cup from me; yet not my will, but yours be done.” Or am I mistaken?
Also, do the three minds share the same spirit, or is each mind its own spirit? (Does spirit=mind, is mind separate from spirit, is mind part of spirit?) As humans we talk of having a soul and a mind, but isn’t the mind (part of) the soul?
Thanks for any clarifications or corrections.