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     Who believes in the doctrine of the Trinity of only one God manifested in three People–or three Beings sharing the same essence or substance and making up just one God?

The Roman Catholic Church

     “In God there are three persons, Father, Son and Holy Ghost, equal in all perfections.” The Convert’s Catechism of Catholic Doctrine, p 31 by Peter Geiermann, C.SS.R., Imprimatur - September 16, 1957.

     In fact, the Trinity doctrine "is the central doctrine of Catholic faith.  Upon it are based all the other teachings of the Church."  Handbook For Today's Catholics, p 12.

The Seventh-day Adventist Church

     "(Fundamental Belief) 2. The Trinity.
     "There is one God: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, a unity of three co-eternal persons."  1986 SDA Church Manual, chapter 2, p 23 (see also Seventh-day Adventists Believe...27 Fundamental Beliefs, p 16, 22).

The World Council of Churches

     "The World Council of Churches is a fellowship of churches which confess the Lord Jesus Christ as God and Saviour according to the Scriptures and therefore seek to fulfill together their common calling to the glory of one God, Father, Son and Holy Spirit." So much in Common, (co-authored by the Seventh-day Adventist Church and the World Council of Churches), p 33.

     The World Council of Churches is made up of various Councils or Fellowships of Churches from around the world who have chosen to join together in this great union.  But before any church can seek admittance in the World Council of Churches it must first embrace the Trinity doctrine.  So all churches which are connected with the World Council of Churches have embraced this Trinity doctrine.  And what are the names of some of these churches?  Those churches which have connection with the World Council of Churches include, but are not limited to, the following: Anglican; Armenian; Assemblies of God; Baptist; Brethren; Christian; Church of God; Disciples; Episcopal; Evangelical Congregational; Evangelical Reformed; Free Evangelical; Free Methodist; Friends (Quakers); Holiness; Independent Baptist; Independent Pentecostal; Lutheran; Lutheran Evangelical; Mennonite; Methodist; Moravian; Nazarene; Old Catholic; Orthodox (Eastern, Oriental); Presbyterian; Protestant Episcopal; Reformed; Roman Catholic; Salvation Army; Seventh-day Adventist; Seventh-day Baptist; Southern Baptist; United Church of Christ; United Methodist; United Missionary; United Presbyterian; Wesleyan Methodist.

     You can see that the vast majority of Christendom are involved in believing this Trinity doctrine.  And the Trinity doctrine is the belief that there is only one God which is shared between three Persons.  Also remember that the basis for this Trinity belief is not founded in the Bible, but is founded in the teachings of Spiritualism and the Occult!  So if you want to be a believer in spiritualistic and occultic doctrine, then continue to believe that there is only one God who is made up of three Persons.