"As long as we can recognize that the word 'God' refers to 'Father, Son & HS' or to all three Persons at once." [p 71.]
"The word 'God' can be used more generically of the [Trinitarian] Godhead in total." [p. 91]
“For just as through the disobedience of one person the many were made sinners, so through the obedience of one [Jesus] the many will be made righteous.”
“Now a mediator is not for one party only; whereas God is only one.”
“God is only one person.”
“‘Well said, teacher,’ the man replied. ‘You are right in saying that God is one and there is no other but him’” (Mark 12:32).“There is only one God and there is only one way of being accepted by him. He makes people right with himself only by faith, whether they are Jews or Gentiles” (Rom. 3:30).“For there is one God, and there is one mediator between God and men, the man Christ Jesus” (1 Tim. 2:5).
The Greek of the NT speaks of God and Jesus as “one thing.” En, the neuter form of eis meaning one, is the word found in John 10:30. As opposed to the masculine form of “one” (eis) meaning “one person.”
“‘I and my Father are one’; en in the neuter, one substance [thing]; not eis in the masculine, one person.”
“In the masculine, eis must be distinguished from the neut. hen. Eis means one numerically while hen means one in essence, as in John 10:30…Had it said eis, it would have meant one person.”
“When it is proposed to me to affirm that ‘in the unity of the Godhead there be three persons, of one substance, power and eternity: the Father, the Son and the Holy Ghost,’ I have difficulty enough! My understanding is involved in perplexity, my conceptions bewildered in the thickest darkness. I pause, I hesitate. I ask what necessity there is for making such a declaration… But does not this confound all our conceptions, and make us use words without meaning? I think it does. I profess and proclaim my confusion in the most unequivocal manner. I make it an essential part of my declaration. If I pretended to understand what I say, I might be a Tritheist or an infidel. But I could not both worship the one true God, and acknowledge Jesus Christ to be the Lord of all."