The scriptures were not intended to be confusing; there is no great mystery - certainly not about Jesus. Unfortunately, over the centuries since the Apostles died, there have been many other creedal writings that have introduced mystery and confusion about God and His son.
Let's dare to question what we have all been told the Bible says by reading what it actually says by letting scripture interpret scripture.
These extra-biblical writings have served to complicate, confuse and distract from the plain teaching God inspired - to explain Himself, His purpose and His plan of salvation for all through Jesus. A 'tripart' God with an eternal Son is not biblical - there are no verses to support, but many to refute such a God.
Only by putting creedal theory first and reading-in these ideas to a handful of verses (mostly by using them out of context or choosing interpretive translations) does this have any plausible Biblical support.