The Trinity is one God who exists simultaneously in three persons. Each is coequal, copowerful, and coeternal with the other. Each person, Father, Son and Holy Spirit, is not the other. Without either there is no God; all comprise the one God.
– Source: God as a Trinity, CARM
- A Brief Definition of the Trinity by James White
- Can We Understand the Trinity? by Tal Davis
- God as a Trinity Brief overview of the doctrine of the Trinity, including answers to some commonly-heard objections. Posted by CARM