I don't have a problem that you don't believe or with your opinion. I just never heard it put quite the way you put it is all. Yes! Catholics do teach "Trinity" and the other religions that you mentioned, but not all religions do. In fact, the Bible doesn't even teach that the father, the son, and the holy spirit are three (persons) in one God. Another fact is the Bible doesn't even mention the word "Trinity." That, unfortunately, is something that man made up. Why? I have no idea. It is man that destroys and twist things, and for what, I have no reason to give for that. If going by the Bible Jesus never claimed to be equal to God, instead, Jesus worshipped God (Luke 22: 41-44). When on the cross Jesus stated, father, forgive them for they not know what they do. (Luke 23: 34) Those are just a couple examples. There are way more. So was Jesus worshiping himself or talking to himself? No! He was not! My point is not everyone believes in that twisted convoluted way. There's actually a way to teach that makes sense. Just like a husband and wife are considered one in a marriage, it is the same concept as God the father, Jesus his son, and the holy spirit, all three though they are separate they are considered one. Like a unit. Or like an egg; There's 3 parts the shell, the white, and the yoke. That make up one though separate. Anyway, thank you for having a reasonable conversation on this even though we differ. Some people get down right nasty, which is just as crazy as what some believe, lol.