Subbotniks respect the Lurianic Kabbalah as taught by Simḥah Isaac ben Mosheh of Lutsk.
“Hear, O Israel, Adonai Eloheinu Adonai is one. These THREE ARE ONE. How can the three Names be one? Only through the perception of faith; in the vision of the Holy Spirit, in the beholding of the hidden eye alone.…So it is with the mystery of the threefold Divine manifestations designated by Adonai Eloheinu Adonai—three modes which yet form one unity.”
Indeed, says the Midrash: "'The spirit of G‑d hovered' — this is the spirit of Moshiach."
We believe that ELOHIM is one being of Psyche (Av), Heart (Ben) and Spirit (Ruh) whom we worship saying: "Blessed be HaShem (Spirit), God (Father) of Israel (Son) for ever and ever Amen".
We also believe that there are fundamentally two kinds of people. Some people are just an intelligent species of ape with little understanding of the possibility of any higher purpose to life than to fulfil animal needs. Others belong to the nation of HaAdam being living souls which were made of cosmic dust and who lived in a heavenly paradise before making the fully informed free decision to fall from our Heavenly Father's grace by eating of the serpent's tree to be placed into these skins and cast out of paradise to arrive on this planet perhaps hundreds of thousands or even millions of years ago. Such people feel out of place in this world and have an inner yearning to return home to our paradise.
Seth's Father, Adam, the son of God was the first prophet to the fallen nation of HaAdam. He was born about 5509BC.
Jesus Christ is our un-fallen Spirit who was assigned God's permission to come down from heaven and be incarnate of the virgin as our Friend, being circumcised on 1 January in the year 0 of the Christian Era, in order to show the nation of HaAdam how to be reborn to the Heavenly Father and our way back home to Paradise through faith in him as the Jewish Christ and Samaritan Messias so that he can be in us and we in him so that by his name we can be one just as he and our Heavenly Father are one. In other words, thanks to our un-fallen Friend Jesus Christ, we believe we are now also God's divine Child again, just like Orthodox Jews do.