Trinity: God, Jesus, Holy Spirit
John 10:30-33 I and the Father are one.” ( so he never said: I am the father, but he said “I am like the father”).
JOH 8: 16 And yet if I judge, my judgment is true: for I am not alone, but I and the Father that sent me.
Trinity-Fanatic’s Definition of Trinity: “There is only one God, made up of three distinct Persons who exist in co-equal, co-eternal communion as the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit.”
What is the meaning of this parable? God and Christ, though two, through the authority which God bestowed upon the son, the son and the father are one: though the son sits at the right hand of God: which reveals this a parable and not a statement that we must interpret literally.
The name ‘Holy Spirit’ is first used in the Old Testament and refers to a supernatural entity, derived from God, a spiritual part of God, a piece of God: take it as you like it.
The term “Trinity’, is a Christianist composition of: The Father, The Son, The Holy Ghost.
Fine, all these exist and they’re all from God. First Christians baptised ‘In the name of Jesus Christ’ then it was changed to ‘In the name of the Father, The Son and The Holy Ghost’: a falsification by Pseudo Christians. Search the Gospel and see that all must be done in Jesus’ name alone to have an effect.
Take a judge or an officer of the law quoting “I am the law” we often hear this in movies. That officer or judge merely quotes that they were given powers to deal with an individual, judging them upon the law, though they are not the law but merely enforcers of the law. This saying is to be understood in the same context. Gad gave Jesus power to do all the things he has done and he will return to judge the earth: he is the son of God and one with God, yet a separate entity; and the Holy Spirit is likewise.
Jesus, God, and the Holy Ghost are three separate parts.
a) Jesus sits at the right hand of God, thus he is a separate entity.
b) The Holy Ghost existed since the days of old and became available to the Christians after Jesus had died, thus he is also a separate entity.
c) God sits on the throne with Jesus on his right hand, thus he is a separate entity from Jesus and the Holy Ghost.
Jesus, Holy Ghost and God are three separate entities: Jesus and the Holy Ghost being inferior to God.