The Bible as the primary sacred text of the Christian faith.
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The trinity – a triune Godhead – confuses believers and non-believers alike. Basing it on readings in the Bible is fraught, as little direct evidence emerges. And God is certainly manifest in more than 3 ways so why not a person for each of God’s manifestations, an infinitely personed God, rather than just three? Given all this, is the trinity an old-fashioned human-imposed construct designed to synthesize certain difficulties, or an absolute condition of God divined post text by early church fathers, or something else? Not all branches of Christianity find it central, necessary, or relevant. Is it?