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  1. Christians do not believe in three Gods. Instead, they believe in the doctrine of the Holy Trinity, which is the belief in one God who exists in three distinct persons: God the Father, God the Son (Jesus Christ), and God the Holy Spirit. This concept is central to Christian theology and is not a belief in multiple Gods. The Holy Trinity can be a challenging concept to understand, but it is important to emphasize that Christians maintain a belief in the unity of God. The three persons of the Trinity share the same divine essence or substance, making them one God. This belief distinguishes Christian monotheism from polytheism, which involves the belief in multiple Gods. In summary, the Christian doctrine of the Holy Trinity affirms the oneness of God while recognizing the three distinct persons within the Godhead. It is a foundational and complex theological concept in Christianity but does not represent a belief in three separate Gods.

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