“If a homely illustration may be permitted, the Father is where we need to go, the Son is the way we take to get there, and the Holy Spirit is what enables us to travel. The Father is the city we are driving to, the Son is the road, and the Spirit is the car. But we are not to think of them as three gods, or as though we were traveling from one god to another. No, the Christian faith is monotheistic. We live and move and have our being in Him, which means that we approach God by means of God in the power of God—and there is only one God. We come to God from God in God” (Mere Fundamentalism, p. 14).