In Part I of my book on The First Scientific Proof of God, I discuss the errors that humans make in their activities of thought. I show that these errors are found in our statements when we write, speak, or talk to ourselves. These errors arise because the symbols we create and use are imprecise and cause us to make errors in expressing our thoughts. There are ways to improve our expressions but no way to make our expressions absolutely perfect. Thus, a newspaper, a book, a dairy , a scripture, etc. is always imperfect. One way to minimize one’s errors is to believe in God and build knowledge of God and His Intelligent Design of the universe and life. Learning about the universe and life will automatically reveal new knowledge of God and His design to a person.. At Rom.1:20, St. Paul speaks of this learning. I call this verse ‘Paul’s science.’
Some errors have major effects whereas others errors have very little effects. One major error says that Christians worship three Gods rather than a monotheistic God. The truth in Christianity is that the Christian Trinity uses two sets of three symbols to explain a monotheistic God to its members. Thus, six symbols are used. Three symbols explain a monotheistic God using the symbols Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. These symbols explain a monotheistic God ontologically. Three other symbols, One Equality, and Union explain a monotheistic God scientifically. Jesus Christ teaches the Trinity in the New Testament at John 10:30. I discuss these two sets of three symbols in my book.