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  1. Are Christians worshipping three Gods?  

My dear friend, it has never written in the Bible that Christians are worshipping three gods. The prophet Moses wrote in the Torah, "The Lord our God is one Lord." Deuteronomy 6:4

Jesus in the New Testament said, "The Lord our God, The Lord is one." Mark 12: 29 and Mathew 22:37

Yes, Christians believe in God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit. They are in complete unity of will, purpose, action and love.
It is a mystery. You have to recognize that no human being can fully understand the nature of God.

It is simply not 1+1+1=3; rather, it is 1x1x1=1. Similarly, there is only one sun but three manifestations of it: the sun's body, the heat, and the shine. There are different functions but only one sun. Another example is that you are mind, soul and body, but you are only one person.

In the "Injil," John the first chapter, it is written: "In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. He was with God in the beginning" John 1:1-2.

If you believe that God can do every thing, then why don't you believe that God can come as a man and live with us? He came to show us how much he loves us.

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