The doctrine of the Trinity is part of the roots of our faith.
Like the roots of the trees in the forest, so this ‘belief’ holds up the mighty trees that constitute Christianity.
And like the roots of the trees in the forest, sometimes the buttresses formed by the roots give rise to the creation of hollow and caverns. Places where we can hide ‘inside’ our faith.
The Trinity is not there for this.
The Trinity is the foundation that points us skywards. Up towards the canopy and beyond. Into the light, that we may soar with the eagles.
To seek solace in the root caves does our faith an injustice and will keep us entrapped, going from one dark hole to the next in search of comfort.
Reach out and upwards in the knowledge that the roots are strong enough to hold the tree, and the tree points the direction for you to follow.