At the center of mainline Christian doctrine is the idea of the Trinity – a startling claim that a monotheistic God appears as three distinct yet unified “persons” – Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. This idea flies in the face of the hard monotheism of Judaism and Islam, yet endures as the centerpiece of the world’s largest religion. Join us as we jump across boundaries to see if other religions employ this three-part conceptual structure in their understandings of ultimate reality. Are there triune theological doctrines in Hinduism, Buddhism, and maybe even Judaism? If so, how do these doctrines help us deepen our experience of the sacred here and now?