I just watched a video of a Messianic Jewish rabbi, in Brazil, arguing against the doctrine of the Trinity. He says, among other arguments: “The Spirit of God is not a distinct entity, such as is affirmed by Trinitarians, because he himself is the Holy Spirit”. With such affirmation, he denied the divinity of the Holy Spirit. This is one of the arguments he mentions to “refute” the Trinitarian claim that the Holy Spirit is a person: “It is the form of how the Jew and the Arabic writes. In the Semitic poetry, the authors, the poets… the Jewish and Arabic writers, throughout thousands of years, personalized the abstract, the feelings, the wishes.” Has any Christian scholar refuted that argument based the Semitic writing style? Please share any sources to refute this argument.