The scriptures were not intended to be confusing; there is no great mystery - certainly not about Jesus. Unfortunately (and expectedly^), since the Apostles died, there have been many imaginative ideas that have introduced mystery and confusion about God and His son, and invented a different Jesus to the one Scripture presents unequivocally.
We must let scripture interpret scripture and dismiss the proof-text threeology insisted on by the traditional church - reading and trusting what the Bible actually says, not what we have been told it says or means!
Only by putting creedal theory first and reading-in these ideas to a handful of verses (mostly by taking them out of context or choosing biased, interpretive translations) does this have any plausible Biblical support.
^Just as the adversary interfered and deceived in the Garden, so he interfered with the church to its detriment and deception via a mysterious tripart God which the Bible readily refutes for those willing and able to see.