1. Introduction

The nature of the God from the Bible is considered in this article. This involves first considering what a God actually is in the general case. The common definition, or defining characteristics, of what a God is can be misleading as it is often dependent on human knowledge. The issue becomes more complicated when multiple gods are considered. When there are many different religions across the world, there is the question of which ones are worshipping the same gods. In particular, the Bible only allows for one true God. In the light of the use of models, the way the God of the Bible is viewed is considered. In this context, the application of the popular Trinity model is questioned.