God may well have created evil(more likely the possibility of evil) but that does not make God defacto evil. Get my point?
Imagine an architect who designs a building to fall down (or more likely having the possibility of falling down). Is this architect evil? He knows his building will either certainly fall or that it is very likely it will; many people will die; he does not care and has the building build anyway.
Are you suggesting that the faith and belief forum is where waffling about nonsense is an acceptable replacement for an argument.
I'm suggesting that people who post statements of belief in the Faith and Belief forum don't deserve to be accused of "waffling about nonsense"—and that you should not consider yourself above the question mark.
I'm going to attempt an actual reply to the topic of this thread. Though I am not Christian—I used to be, but long before I was capable of considering things like the meaning of the Trinity—I imagine the Trinity as being a single being with three simultaneous manifestations.
It is easier to think of if you imagine that for one moment the manifestation is Jesus, for another moment the manifestation is the Father, and for another moment the manifestation is the Holy Spirit.
Easy enough to comprehend. There is nothing strange in a God that can manifest in three different ways.
The mental jump comes when we say that God can manifest in these three different ways at the same time. God does not have to choose when to be Jesus, when to be the Father, and when to be the Holy Spirit because He can be all of them—and is all of them—at once. And yet, just as when they were manifest at different times, they are still independent of one another while being manifestations of the same one God.
It really is a one, two, three logic trail: One god -> Doublethink -> Trinity