On the other hand, Pauline Christianity adopted the concept of the Trinity, which is the belief in the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit as three persons in one God. This doctrine developed in the Nicene Creed in 325 CE. However, Muslims and Jews do not accept the concept of the Trinity and consider it to be a form of polytheism, as they believe in the oneness of God. Instead, they believe in a strict monotheism in which God is indivisible and cannot be subdivided into separate persons or entities. The Islamic concept of God, known as “Tawhid,” emphasizes the oneness of God and rejects the idea of a trinity or any other form of polytheism. Similarly, the Jewish faith believes in one God who is indivisible and cannot be divided into different persons or entities. The concept of the Trinity is therefore considered a departure from the monotheistic belief of Judaism and Islam.