What do Christian think about God the father god the sone god the holy Ghost?

Not all Christians believe God consist of 3 limited beings as the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Rather, some believe the God Family (Elohim) consists now of only 2 beings - the Father and the Word now also the Son (John 1:1-3).

These teach that the Holy Spirit is not a separate person or being, but is rather the power and the means by which God transmits His will, influence and presence.

Rather than describing the Holy Spirit as a distinct person or entity, the Bible most often refers to it as, and connects it with, God's divine power (Zechariah 4:6; Micah 3:8). Jewish scholars, examining the references to it in the Old Testament Scriptures, have never defined the Holy Spirit as anything but the power of God.

In the New Testament, Paul referred to it as the spirit of power, love and a sound mind (2 Timothy 1:7). Informing Mary that Jesus would be supernaturally conceived in her womb, an angel told her, "The Holy Spirit will come upon you . . . ," and he defined this as "the power of the Highest," which "will overshadow you" (Luke 1:35).

Finally, there are some calling themselves Christians that do not believe Jesus came fully as a man while others believe He was not eternal God like the Father but rather the 1st created being by the Father. There is much confusion in the rainbow coalition of Christianity.