Razer, thanks for sharing. I can see how if one already believes in Trinity that those would be supportive of that belief. But if you aren't already starting there, I'm very hard pressed to see how these are indicating they are one being. Just one example, but basically similar in all of them:
4. Luke 3:22
“And the Holy Spirit descended upon Him [Jesus] in bodily form like a dove, and a voice came out of heaven, “You are My [the Father’s] beloved Son, in You I am well-pleased.”
If the Holy Spirit descended upon Jesus, it clearly must be separate from Jesus.
If Jesus is God, who is speaking out of heaven? Someone who is not Jesus.
A human Father and a Son are different people, are they not? Why would the terms be used any differently when relating to the spiritual realm?
So to me, the viewpoint that these scriptures refer to three different "people" appears just as valid. When coupled with other examples, a few of which I've already provided, in my view we're back to the A vs. B logical argument, and "B" seems more correct.
Sidenote, the way Holy Spirit is talked about often makes it sound more like a force rather than a personality. "Spirit of God" as God's power, if you will. Also consider that unlike the Father and the Son, the Holy Spirit appears to have no proper name (Father and Son being Jehovah and Jesus).
I understand you may not agree. But I believe it is healthy for one to examine his spiritual health from time to time.
2 Corinthians 13:5a "Keep testing whether you are in the faith; keep proving what you yourselves are."