The first Article of Religion deals with the most fundamental principle of our Anglican Religion. You quote in defence of you assertion that God, The Indivisible Trinity, is masculine: "This is said to violate the Oath of Subscription in three ways: It violates the Scriptures. It violates the Creeds. It violates the Formularies." The following scripture references you claim to support your peculiar interpretation of their meaning actually do nothing of the sort. Psalm 68:5; Psalm 2:7; Malachi 2:10; Isaiah 64:8; Deuteronomy 32:6; Luke 10:21-22; Matthew 6:9; Matthew 7:21; 1 Peter 1:3; John 14:23; John 20:17; 1 John 4:14; 1 John 3:1. But your peculiar interpretation of ALL these verses of scripture is palpably repugnant to these other scriptures: John 4:24 "God is Spirit: and they that worship Him must worship Him in Spirit and in truth." God is a pure spirit. The Bible contains no definition of God, let alone a description of God's gender, masculine or feminine. The nearest approach to a definition is found in the words of Jesus to the Samaritan woman, "God is Spirit". This means that He is essentially spirit, and that all the qualities which belong to the perfect idea of spirit are necessarily found in Him. The fact that He is pure spirit excludes the idea that He has a body of some kind and is in any way visible to the physical eye. 1 Tim. 6:16. "Who alone hath immortality, dwelling in light unapproachable; whom no man hath seen, nor can see." Ex. 15:11. "Who is like unto thee, O Jehovah, among the gods? Who is like thee, glorious in holiness, fearful in praises, doing wonders?" If God were masculine, as you claim, then there would be many "like unto him" in their 'masculinity'. But God according to scripture is like unto no one else, therefore not masculine. To falsely claim that God is 'like unto all that are male or masculine' is repugnant to Ex.15:11; Isa.55:8-9; Isa.6:3. therefore a damnable heresy. God is thrice Holy. Holy means unique, apart, unlike anything else. Certainly unlike anything specifically masculine or feminine. The tenth Article of Religion deals with the way in which scripture must be interpreted. I think your peculiar interpretation of the scripture that you have quoted in support of your contention that God is 'masculine' and not 'feminine', violates Articles 1 and 10 of the Articles of Religion.