A man can stand almost anything except having his denominational religious atheo-illogy contradicted by reality! Nevertheless, as Galileo observed "the Earth doth move." Believing that God is schitzophrenic and trying to justify this emotionalism from Scripture makes all the sense of fried snowballs! Beale makes case from Aristotilian logic:
3. It is written, in Matthew 24:36: “But about that day or hour no one knows, not even the angels in heaven, nor the Son, but only the Father." Therefore, the Son and the Holy Spirit are not omniscient, and furthermore, do not possess the same knowledge as the Father.
4. Therefore, the Son and the Holy Spirit are not co-equal and consubstantial with the Father. They may or may not be co-eternal.
5. Being neither co-equal nor consubstantial, the Son and the Holy Spirit are not one being with the Father.
6. Therefore, God is one person, the Father. The doctrine of the Trinity is a false one.
I further note that we can branch from (3) and prove the falsehood of the Trinity in a slightly different manner.
4b. Since God is omniscient and the Son and the Holy Spirit are not, neither the Son nor the Holy Spirit are God.
5b. Therefore, God is one person, the Father. The doctrine of the Trinity is a false one.
Add to these facts the following:
*The Hebrews/Judeans NEVER worshipped three gods, and were forbidden to do so by the First Commandment (Exodus 20:1-6).
*Jesus Christ is called "the Son of God" 68 times in Scripture, NOT ONCE is he called or refered to as GOD the Son.
*The word "trinity" appears nowhere in Scripture, and only a few modern versions attempt to interject it at all.
*Despite Papist claims to the contrary, it appears nowhere in the Apocrypha, Pseudopygripa nor in Christian leaders' writings prior to the Council of Nicaea in 325 AD, except as negatively referenced as Early Church Fathers attempted to keep this dogma of Egyptian spiritualism out of the Household of God.
*In the book of Acts we read that "God hath made this same Jesus...both Lord & Christ": How could God, in defiance of Trinitarian dogma, make Jesus Christ something he allegedly always was?
*In 1 Timothy 2:5, the Word says "there is one God and one mediator between God and men: the MAN Christ Jesus." This further designates a difference between the Almighty and His progeny.
*The one verse upon which Trinitarianism rests, 1Peter 5:7, does not appear in the majority of Bible manuscripts, and is a suspect forgery in those it does for numerous reasons.
I have more, though if one reads the Bible with the common sense one would use to read any other book, parallel references and extrapolation agree against "three gods, no waiting" as well as life-after-death, salvation-by-altruism/sycophancy, fatalism, ancestor(saint)-worship and so many other dogmas and spiritualist lies injected into the original teachings of Scripture.
As with the Constitution of the United States, the Bible makes sense only when you read it without reading into it.