On this occasion, I leave aside the discussion of countless gods because this concept is a clearly absurd and senseless belief. For if there were innumerable gods, as some believe, this would create havoc in the world. However, I would like to mention the Trinity. I have demonstrated from the phenomena observed in nature that God is One. Now, if God were three, as the Christians assert, God forbid, water, the flames of fire, and the bodies in heaven and earth ought to have been triangular, so that the universe would bear witness to the Trinity. The light of the heart can never attest to the concept of the Trinity. When Christian priests are asked whether people would be judged by their belief in Trinity or Unity, in places where the Gospels have not reached, they have openly conceded that such people would be judged on their belief in God’s Unity. In fact, Dr Pfander has put this admission to writing in his book. Now, in the presence of this clear testimony, I cannot understand why anyone would advocate belief in the doctrine of the Trinity. Not to mention that these three gods are strange indeed, for each of them has different duties. In other words, each God in itself is deficient and incomplete, and each god completes the other.
(Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmadas, Malfuzat, Vol. 2, p. 47)