Everyone has a concept of God, however fuzzy it may be. Those of us who believe in the three-part nature of God don’t question it, but we don’t really understand it. We reason that God is unknowable. How could we ever hope to understand the Creator, the one who moment-by-moment holds together the molecular structure of all of us, faithful believers and rebels alike (Col. 1:17)? Of course, our understanding is bound to be limited, but Scripture, and science as well, holds more answers for us than we realize.