Tertullian (240 AD), first used 'Trinity' to mean 3 distinct persons, influenced by Pagan Greek Philiosophy  

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Fact 1. Tertullian was the first Christian writer on record to use the word “Trinity” with “three persons.”
Fact 2. Tertullian believed that the Son was created as a subordinate lesser god person in heaven before his birth in Bethlehem which is akin to Arianism.
Fact 3. Tertullian admitted that the Oneness Modalists were “always the majority of the faithful” Christian believers in his lifetime and that this Christian majority believed that Jesus had eternally existed as the Father before becoming a man.
Fact 4. No early Christians that lived during the lifetime of Tertullian (190-225) believed that Jesus pre-existed as the timeless Eternal God except the Modalistic Monarchians.
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