Plurality in Language
Deuteronomy 6:4 - This verse is also known as the “Shema”. When referring to God in the phrase “The LORD our God, the Lord is One,” the word for “one” is also plural. This is a word that is used in other Old Testament texts for things that are a collective singular, such as a cluster of grapes and so on. How do these uses of language reinforce the doctrine of the trinity?