The Triune God
We believe in the one, triune God, as he has revealed himself in the Scriptures.
(Gen. 1:26, Deut. 6:4, John 14:16, II Cor. 13:14)
God exists in three persons, but each person of the Trinity is fully God.
The persons of the Trinity are God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit.
All human reasoning fails to comprehend this reality. We are unable to adequately describe the Trinity when we try, however, this does not make it logically inconsistent or contradictory; the Triune nature of God is a mystery.
From creation to salvation to sanctification and redemption, the Godhead works in perfect harmony to accomplish whatever they have willed. In fact, there is no way to live a life in relationship to the Triune God without all three members of the Trinity being involved.
For further reading on the doctrine of the Trinity:
Delighting in the Trinity, by Michael Reeves
The Holy Trinity, by Robert Letham
On the Trinity, by St. Augustine
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