The Holy Trinity and the Gambler presents a new point of view of the biblical teachings of Jesus. They are seen through the impartial eyes of a child, philosopher and semanticist. They understand things, analyze them and interpret them, as it says in Ecclesiastes 8:1. They know the Truth. The Truth they see is self-evident in Nature, where Jesus began his spiritual learning. The little boy greatly loved God and when he grew up he lived out in the lonely wilderness until he began his public ministry to Israel. Luke 1:80. Philosopher David Hume (1711-76): "The chief or sole argument for divine existence is derived from the order of nature, where there appear such marks of intelligence and design. From the order of the work, there must have been project and aforethought in the workman." The Holy Trinity and the Gambler is told in Internet Dialogue.