The Trinity doctrine of Christendom has long been defined as the 'Unbreakable Chain.' The hub of Christendom claims this teaching to be the "central doctrine of the Christian religion." Presbyterian Pastor, Philip W. Butin states: "The Trinity is the heart and center of Christian faith." Similarly, Protestant Theologian Dr. James R. White remarks: "We hang a person's very salvation upon the acceptance of the doctrine . we must know, understand, and love the Trinity to be fully and completely Christian." On the other hand, many in Christendom readily admit the complete opposite. Jesuit Edmund Fortman says: "There is no evidence that any sacred writer even suspected the existence of a [Trinity] within the Godhead . New Testament writers . give us no formal or formulated doctrine of the Trinity." Anglican Priest, Tom Harpur admits: "You simply cannot find the doctrine of the Trinity set out anywhere in the Bible." Hence, there is obvious disagreement and disunity amongst Trinitarians themselves. The reasons for their confusion are revealed through the uncovering of 'weak links' located in the Trinity Chain. Is Jesus Christ the 'second person' of God? Is Jesus Jehovah? The inspired word of God, the Bible, will reveal the answers in this book.