Question So, I started this in my introduction, and I'm going to continue it here. I have many questions. This is just the beginning. In Genesis 1:26 God seems to be plural. Then in 27, it's back to singular. This wouldn't be such a throw off if it had explained who "us" is, or used it like that prior to just tossing it in there like that. It's like you're reading and it's going smooth and then suddenly that stands out like, "what?" I don't see an explanation in the Bible, if anyone can help me with a biblical answer I'd appreciate it. My mom said that God was referring to himself in the perspective of the trinity, or whatever you want to call it. Someone else said he was talking to Jesus. The Bible says neither, is this just a mistranslation, or am I missing something here?