Here are, quite fittingly, three videos which elucidate the doctrine of the Trinity...and you have just found out, all of the videos start playing at the same time and automatically. Sorry, but I do not know how to change that setting. Just pause two of them as you watch the other ;o)
At a glance:
Here we will see the dangers of taking on a world-view based on experience alone. In other words, people are seeing visions, experiencing miracles and are being given information by apparition, but these things do not stand up to Scripture when we test all things.
Considering that, generally but reliably speaking, those who label themselves as “skeptics” are anything but, it is not surprising that the Skeptic’s Annotated Bible is saturated with atheist talking points along with the obligatory common, and some uncommon, misconceptions and lack of scholarship.
Hereinafter you will find a complete list of the relevant citations form the Bible with relation to various issues related to the doctrine of the Trinity-God's Triune nature-a series that began with God's Nature and Trinitarian Doctrine.
Some people seem to find references to, what may be termed, God's emotions confusing. Others, such as the New Atheists, use such references to besmirch God's character. What are we to make of references to God as exhibiting negative emotions such as jealousy and anger?