You hold a Christian idea as you believe just as Jesus Christ did:-
This tell you about the "the invisible God" (Colossians 1:15) of whom you cannot make a "Image"!
NWT Mark 12:29, 30 "Jesus answered: “The first is, ‘Hear, O Israel, Jehovah our God is one Jehovah [God], 30 and you must love Jehovah your God with your whole heart and with your whole soul and with your whole mind and with your whole strength.’"
Jesus in the above quoted from:-
NWT Deuteronomy 6:4, 5 "Listen, O Israel: Jehovah our God is one Jehovah. 5 You must love Jehovah your God with all your heart and all your soul and all your strength.
Stay with it must please God! Here are good reasons to show you are right:-
NWT Genesis 1:1 "In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth."
"God. The Hebrew has the plural from, the plural of majesty; but no idea of plurality is to be read into the word, because the verb created is in the singular.(Abraham Ibn Eara)-'The Soncino Chumash' Ed. by The Rev. Dr. A. Cohen
"The American Journal of Semitic Languages and Literatures, Vol. XXI, Chicago and New York, 1905, p. 208, Aaron Ember wrote: “That the language of the O[ld] T[estament] has entirely given up the idea of plurality in אלהים [ʼElo·himʹ] (as applied to the God of Israel) is especially shown by the fact that it is almost invariably construed with a singular verbal predicate, and takes a singular adjectival attribute. . . . אלהים [ʼElo·himʹ] must rather be explained as an intensive plural, denoting greatness and majesty, being equal to The Great God. It ranks with the plurals אדנים [ʼadho·nimʹ, “master”] and בעלים [beʽa·limʹ, “owner; lord”], employed with reference to human beings.”
Elohim The following study is organized into two sections: (A) Summary of Biblical Usage ... Extensive detailed information is found in the separate file: "Elohim" in Context: Part 2 (Details). Word surveys are based on: Avraham Even Shoshan, Qonqorkantzyah Hadashah (Jerusalem: 1981) and J.R. Kohlenberger and J.A. Swanson, Hebrew English Concordance to the Old Testament (Grand Rapids: 1998). Section A — Summary of Biblical Usage "Elohim" is found 2602 times in the Hebrew Bible (Tanakh, Old Testament). (It is not used in the Greek New Testament.) The word is used for: the true God, false gods, supernatural spirits (angels), and human leaders (kings, judges, the messiah). The "–im" ending denotes a plural masculine noun. Most of the time, however, when the noun is used for the true God it has singular masculine verbs. This is contrary to rules of Hebrew grammar. When used of the true God, "Elohim" denotes what is called by linguists a plural of majesty, honor, or fullness. That is, he is GOD in the fullest sense of the word. He is "GOD of gods" or literally, "ELOHIM of elohim" (Deut 10:17; Ps 136:2). In the Greek translation of the Hebrew Bible (the Septuagint), where elohim refers to the true God, the singular theos is used. Genesis 1:1 Hebrew — "In the beginning, Elohim created the heavens and the earth." Genesis 1:1 Greek — "In the beginning, Theos made the heavens and the earth.
The New Testament (which is in the same Koiné Greek as the Septuagint) does not have different words for or spellings of "God." That is, no singular or plural forms of theos. When the NT quotes passages from the Hebrew Bible or the Greek Septuagint that contain the word "God," it always has the singular noun."-http://www.hebrew-streams.org/works/monotheism/context-elohim.html
“The word Elohim is a plural, and probably a plural of that sort called the plural of majesty or eminenca, more accurately the plural of fulness or greatness. It is common in the East to use the plural to express the idea of the singular in an intensified form. Thus the Egyptian fellah says not rab for master, but arbab ; so in Hebrew the name Baal = Lord, owner, ruler, is used in the plural though the sense be singular ; cf. Isa i. 3, “the ox knoweth his owner, and the ass his master’s crib” ... The singular Elohim means probably strength, power, or might and the plural merely intensifies this idea – the might par excellence, or the plenitude of might, is God.”- ‘The Theoelogy of the Old testament by A.B. Davidson, D.D., LL.D, Litt.D. Professor of Hebrew and old Testament Exegesis, New College Edinburgh pages 40-41
DNKJB Deut. 6:4 Hear, O Israel: Jehovah our God is ONE Jehovah:( Mrk 12:29 )."-http://www.dnkjb.net/1189chapters/OT05DEU06.htm
"is one! אֶחָֽד (e·chad.) 259: one a prim. card. number."-https://biblehub.com/lexicon/deuteronomy/6-4.htm
To your question:-
What kind of Christian is that?
Answer - A true one.