In the Christian religion, the holy Trinity is one divine being composed of three persons: God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit. Although the Bible teaches that there is only on God, there are three components of the one God. The Trinity is one of the most important basic tenets of Christianity.
In the Trinity, God the Father is the creator of all things and is the source of life. God the sSn is Jesus Christ; God the Father sent Jesus to earth to die for mankind's sins and offer salvation to the helpless. In John 10:30, the Bible states that Jesus Christ and God are one being. It also explains in John 14:6 that the only way to heaven is through Jesus Christ.
God the Holy Spirit is often referred to as the hands of God. According to the tenets of Christianity, God uses the Holy Spirit to perform miracles; the Holy Spirit is also believed to dwell in followers that follow the commands of the Christian religion. In the process of baptism, according to Matthew 28:19, new Christian followers are traditionally baptized in the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit.