We believe in one God, who is Creator of all (Deuteronomy 6:4; Colossians 1:16), who has revealed Himself in three distinct Persons—Father, Son, and Holy Spirit (2 Corinthians 13:14), yet who is one in being, essence, and glory (John 10:30). God is eternal (Psalm 90:2), infinite (1 Timothy 1:17), and sovereign (Psalm 93:1).
"One God creator of all" - anyone that doesn't understand this is a super-super-dummy. Christians get no credit for this obvious statement. Christians seem to then go bezurk …. the three distinct persons who "is" (they use the singular) one being/essence …. Is an oxymoron statement. Three persons in one person??? Or is it three Gods in one God. They say one being and it is infinite. Yet in their story there are three beings and they are different or finite. And then they put the word "glory" in their statement of belief to give the illusion that you should idol worship this ridiculously contradictory explaination.
The titles given to their Gods of Father and Son get people to identify with a family and this makes the story easier to accept. Of course there is no mother or daughter, giving the story a masculine authoritative "you had better beieve" quality to it. And the third God they don't just call it the Spirit, they call it the "Holy" Spirit. That way a person hearing it will be intimidated by thinking there is a God ghost floating around that could do things at any time. There doesn't seem to be much difference in the Father God and the Holy Spirit God. Any distinctions that have been stated seems like double talk.
The statment says that God is eternal. Seems reasonable but I guess the Son wan't eternal. He died. Of course the Christians say no, he didn't die. He is in Heaven now. I guess that third person God is back where Gods are suppose to be, with the other two Gods the Father and the Holy Spirit.
The statement that God is soveriegn seems to have many meanings. It leads many people to think that God decides everything that happens in their live and the Christians frequently state this. It's a fate belief. Then in the next moment the Christians will say that we all have free choice.
God is omniscient (Psalm 139:1-6), omnipresent (Psalm 139:7-13), omnipotent (Revelation 19:6), and unchanging (Malachi 3:6). God is holy (Isaiah 6:3), just (Deuteronomy 32:4), and righteous (Exodus 9:27). God is love (1 John 4:8), gracious (Ephesians 2:8), merciful (1 Peter 1:3), and good (Romans 8:28).
All knowing, everywhere, all powerful are words to make God seem magnaomous. Unchanging yet everything around us is God and it is constantly changing. God is Holy. There again is that word to make a person feel awe inspired. Just? Maybe this is a simplistic rationalization to allow people to cope with trajedy. It seems that there are many victims that might have a different viewpoint. God is love is a nice pleasant thought but the statement doesn't exclude God for being vengful. Graceful? Everyone wants to move with grace and have everything go their way. God is merciful when it applys to the circumstances. And of course God is good, that is when he is not mad at you.