It would be an unfortunate oversight not to notice the similarities between the language of classical trinitarian theology and sex. Early Christian theologians formed mind-bending concepts such as perichoresis to affirm the paradox of God’s three-in-one-ness. Perichoresis means that the members of the Godhead—Father, Son, and Spirit—coinhere, interpenetrate, commune, and mutually-indwell within each other in perfect loving friendship. This is a vision of Reality as a Comm-unity of Active Love. Now it would be a mistake to imagine that this means God is constantly having sex within God as we understand human sex. It is more the reverse, actually: human sex, at its best, gives us a small window through which we can imperfectly perceive something of the Love and Life of God. Life-giving sex is a brush with the Divine. Indeed, the bodily act of sex likewise gives an image of what all loving relationships involve at deeper levels: a profound oneness of hearts and souls.