The following was posted by me tonight on one of the threads in the group called "Trinity" which seeks answers to age-old questions about the differences between our Father God, His Son (correctly called The Christ) and the Holy Spirit.
My answer: There can be no difference between the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit because God is All, in All.
I may not be able to convince anyone about the differences I see between Jesus, God, Christ and the Holy Spirit; but here it goes anyway:
1. There is a big difference between Jesus the human and The Christ.
The Christ is spiritual, not material. The Christ is a perfect spiritual entity that has always existed even before the world was made.
The man we all love and call Jesus was not The Christ; and He certainly was not His own Father, God, either. Nor was the human person named Jesus the Holy Spirit, because Jesus promised his disciples that God the Father would send the Holy Spirit to us after the man Jesus left planet earth.
2. The Christ is spiritual, co-existant with God and inspeparable from God as a part of God.
The only way I have been able to discern this very subtle difference between God and The Christ is to believe that God, or Eternal Spirit, created everything real in the spiritual universe merely by thinking everything into existence, and that The Christ is God's greatest and highest creation, that is, The Christ is God's idea of Himself.
This powerful belief has always worked for me because it preserves the necessary singularity, i.e., the Allness of God, as well as underscores a fundemental fact of what we know about material existence: that everything that exists in the material universe is made up of the same "stuff." Everything we experience is merely the same material "stuff" appearing to be different.
Continuing with this line of reasoning, if the material universe is but a reflection (or poor copy) of the real (spiritual) universe created by God's all-powerful thoughts, then everything God created is the same too: All Is God.
In short, modern science is rapidly proving what I and many others much brighter than I have not ever been able to deny: that God Is All. This conclusion means there can be no trinity because there can be no Christ, nor any Holy Spirit; there can only be a spiritual entity that Is All, which is to say God. Again: God Is All.
And here is the best part: All of us are (in reality) spiritual beings, that is to say, ideas of God, just as everything eles is.
Thus we are not separate from each other, nor separate from God; we are part of God.371d36d75e05eda735858f8e467be99c