Now take it easy on me, I'm a technician, not a theologian, so ....... I have seen challenges to prove the Trinity with scripture. But not once is the word trinity in there. But we know the following to be true. We have God manifest to us in these ways. God the Father. Mt 5:16, Mk 14:36, Lk 6:36, Jn 1:14, & countless other references in the Gospels, & in every Epistle God is refered to as our Father. Jesus was the son of God, or, God the Son. John 10:30 takes care of this one. The Holy Spirit of God, living inside of us.(John 14:17) Gen 1:2 says God's spirit moved on the waters, John 16:8 places the Holy Spirit as an equal to God, so we say "God, the Holy Spirit". And now for my point.... I say God is manifest to us also in his word, The Word of God, Or God, the word. I'm using John 1:1 as a reference. I think the Word of God is equal to the Holy Spirit of God, & is a gift to us, like his son was a gift to us. I'm asking if, by calling God a trinity, we are somehow limiting(or trying to) him. Trying to put him into our limited understanding. Any thoughts....?