One can easily and mistakenly take passages out of the Bible...and make a man-made doctrine (like the Trinity)...out of Scripture. But, this method of private interpretation is not suitable for God's people....2 Peter 1:20,21
Is the Lord Jesus a "Trinity" ? , because He said in John 14:6:
Jesus said to him, "I am the [way], and the [truth], and the [life]; no one comes to the Father but through Me."
....just because there is found in Scripture: [God, who is the Father] of [the Son Of God...the Lord Jesus] and [One holy Spirit of God] ....but, does their existence = One Trinity?
Who (ACTUALLY), according to Scripture; are God (the Father), God's Mediator and Only Begotten Son, who is a Man (Lord Jesus) and the holy Spirit of God, that ALL of God's people have a measured share in receiving.... as it is written..
1Tim. 2:5 For there is one God, and one mediator also between God and men, the man Christ Jesus,
1Cor.15:28 When all things are subjected to Him, then the Son Himself also will be subjected to the One who subjected all things to Him, [so that God may be ALL IN ALL.]
What part of: God (the Father) subjected - [All Power and Authority to Lord Jesus] - so that God (the Father) may be - [ALL IN ALL] - through the holy Agency and holy Mediation of the Way, the Truth, and the Life...the Lord Messiah Jesus.....can't most of us understand?
Hmmm? No "Trinity" in those verses....and no " One What and Three Who's" silliness either...
The man-made doctrine is unnecessary...and it is like religiously trying to make water wetter...and ending up with something undrinkable....and (unthinkable).
* I and many other Unitary Monotheists, have to confess that we could be wrong about the Trinity. We do make these statements by faith in Messiah Jesus and His Creed. (Mark 12:28 - 30, John 17:3) and through continual prayer and earnest seeking of the Truth. Many have studied the Scriptures for many years before coming to this conclusion. For me, it has been 38 years (in the wilderness).
Here are some links to three websites that represent our beliefs: