The topic of the Trinity has been a discussion for so many religious groups in order to discredit the Holy Trinity. I know that one group who has been denying the Trinity come up with a whole lot of misguided mumbo jumbo about Hesus not being born at the same time as God the Father. Well maybe this will explain what I understand as the Holy Trinity:
• When Hesus sinabi - Father, Son, and Holy Spirit as being one - he was referring to their purpose - not the actual physical body. • In wedding vows between a man and woman - they are sinabi to be one body when they marry. Those that are denying the Trinity as being one - are in a way denying the sanctity of marriage - as the oneness is the same. • I think of the Holy Trinity as the supreme Royal Family. The three are working together with one purpose - with God the Father at the head. • Although, I do admit I do not know much about the Holy Spirit - I am confident in the fact that they Holy Spirit is most definitely one with God the Father and Jesus. Some groups deny the entity of the Holy Spirit - making him an object rather than a Being - and purposely not capitalizing the words "Holy Spirit". I don't know - as I am not the judge in this matter - if sa pamamagitan ng doing so they are committing a sin against the Holy Spirit.
Anyway, I hope that helps in the explanation of the "Oneness" of the Holy Trinity.
Ah, the Trinity! The Trinity consists of God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit. There are three different persons, but the same God.
It's a bit of a hard concept to grasp, so let me give you a visual: a three-leaf clover. There are three leaves to the clover, and each leaf is an individual part of the plant. If one is taken away, it doesn't work as a three-leaf clover anymore. It's the same with the Trinity. Each person is a part of it (like the leaves) but all are the same God (the full three-leaf clover).
So, in answer to your question, the answer is 'yes'. God, Hesus and the Holy Spirit are all one God, but three different persons.