How many Gods are in John 1-2 "1 In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. 2 He was with God in the beginning." ?
There's only one God, his name is Yahweh, His son Jesus Christ and The Holy Spirit. One God in three persons. In one instance in John 14:9 Jesus says to one of the desciples, who asked of him to show them The Father: "If you see me, you've seen my Father" - meaning, they are one. Obviously, Jesus is The Son of God, but also one with The Father. A triune God if you will.
There is one God in John 1:1. John 17:3 makes that clear.
In John 1:1 the Word is not IDENTIFIED as God. If he was, that would be modalism, the equating of the Father and Son.
The grammar at John 1:1c is a predicate nominative which predicates divine nature to the Word, but does not identify him as God.
He is also the representative of God as his Word-spokesman which is a component of the sense of λόγος (word).
This is made clear at the end of the prologue where the Word explains God to others.
Many consider that chiasm at 1:18 points to 1:1.