This great mystery! Yet it is only the idea of Trinity that puts relationality at the center of reality. Thus it is also the idea of Trinity that finds a non-arbitrary basis in the nature of God for a morality of love. Thus it is the idea of Trinity that answers the Euthyphro objection. Almost as a by-product, it explains to us our own “trinitarian” ideals (beauty, truth and goodness) and hints at our own “trinitarian” selfhood (mind, consciousness and will). Barely noticed — and barely needed — it even explains to the lingering Hermetic Hegelian why God did not, in fact, need to create, but did so purely and wholly as an act of love.