In the beginning (time), God created the heavens (space), and the earth (matter). Therefore, in the beginning God created time, space, and matter all at once. These things had to appear simultaneously because things need space and time in order to move and exist. Perfectly good verse describing how God brought everything into existence. One law of physics is that the cause is always greater than the effect. In that verse, if the effect is the universe, and the Cause is God, it shows that God has far more power than the sum of all the energy in the entire cosmos, expressed as E = mc^2, meaning that the sum-cumulative amount of energy in the universe is equal to the entire mass of the universe multiplied by the speed of light squared. Since the speed of light has slowed down since creation due to the fall, the curse, and thermodynamics, when it was perfect the speed of light was an astronomically large number. That verse also shows that we live in a trinitarian universe since the Bible says in Romans 1:20 >> "For the invisible things of him from the creation of the world are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, even his eternal power and Godhead; so that they are without excuse". I'll expound on this in another post, but basically creation affirms the Trinity. We live in one cosmos composed of three universes -- Earth dimension, Heaven dimension, and Hell dimension. Each dimension is composed of time, space, and matter. Time is also trinitarian itself, being past, present, and future. Space is trinitarian, too, being length, width, and height. Matter is also the same way, being solid, liquid, and vapor. We are also trinitarian ourselves, composed of body, soul, and spirit. The basic building block of matter, the atom, is also trinitarian -- electron, proton, neutron -- thereby making everything created in this dimension trinitarian. Each day is subdivided into morning, noon, and night-time. People that deny the Trinity have no excuse because the evidence is all around them. Perhaps later in Heaven we may discover our spirits have three components united as one, who knows? We are made in His image, after all. And as we have borne the image of the man of Eden, so we will bear the image of the Heavenly Man.