Careful, ... Do u want to start a no-holds-barred Christian steel cage match? :)
So consider the Jews’ perspective: there is Torah and there is no NT. What do the Jewish sources say? Are you Jewish? (if so find your local Chabad house, www.chabad.org) “Elohim” is the gematria (numerology-value) of the Hebrew word hateva, nature. Elohim is the power of G-d as enclothed in natural forces. (The libs are onto something with mother Gaia and they don’t even know it.) additionally Elohim is a pluralistic force of G-d as expressed in his Five Gevurot, restrictive or, ‘negative’ powers (restriction, severity, punishment, the angel Gabriel gavri - El, the strong one of G-d, if you speaka dee eebrew... Look at that, one of your rare examples of El.) There are more explanations but suffice it to say you’re not bringing any innovation to Jews. Judaism categorically rejects and is in no way related to a trinity, G-d forbid.
Now, it is true that ‘expressionS’ of G-d sounds perilously close to plurality, but that is part of the reason even amongst ourselves, Jews have not, until these modern generations, taught these Kabbalastic ideas of how G-d expresses Himself, so-to-speak.