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himself as 'We' in all of the holy books?
The Old Testament god was originally a pantheon. That's why the plural form is used so frequently. It isn't just 'we', but god is also referred to in 3rd person plural, 'Elohim', which means 'gods'.
father, son and holy spirit = God = we
No not that.In an individual sense.
because it is never him alone..
...maybe God has M.P.D.