What kind of logic is there other than human logic??
I'm human so I can only describe the logic that humans know. What I am saying is that we might not know it all when it comes to logic.
"this is logic Jim but not as we know it". Logic in the sense of how to understand the three-in-oneness of the Holy Trinity.
It must be the case that The Father is not God, and The Son is not God, and the HS is not God, however the combination of the 3 somehow is God ? right ?
There are well rehearsed scriptural arguments that the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Not every one on this forum agrees but nearly all Christian statements of faith are Trinitarian (all if you define Christianity in a particular way).
it be the case?
Again, if Jesus could manifest himself as something while the other persons in the trinity did not manifest themselves as the same thing, then clearly they are distinct from each other as one can do something apart from the others
I'm not convinced this spatial "apart from" argument applies to the triune God. Jesus was, to us, physically separate. However, God (the Father, Son and Hoy Spirit) is not physical but spiritual. Jesus emptied Himself and took on physical form but he was still both God and man - not just man.
Only Jesus truly knows what it is like to live as a human and be tortured to death, right ? That is something that The Father cannot possibly know personally. This would imply that as individual persons, the Trinity cannot be omniscient, which means the individual persons of the trinity cannot be God. It seems then, that God must be what the combination of the persons is called, which seems really strange to me.
I think there is a fallacy here.O LORD, thou hast searched me, and known me.
2Thou knowest my downsitting and mine uprising, thou understandest my thought afar off.
3Thou compassest my path and my lying down, and art acquainted with all my ways.
4For there is not a word in my tongue, but, lo, O LORD, thou knowest it altogether.
5Thou hast beset me behind and before, and laid thine hand upon me.
6Such knowledge is too wonderful for me; it is high, I cannot attain unto it
Yet it is I, not God, that thinks my own thoughts, and in your words "truly knows" what it is to be me,
So you are really saying that if God gives us free will and so the ability to think our own thoughts, then God is not omniscient. Reductio ad absurdam