A word frequently translated God is the Hebrew elohim. What's interesting is that the word is plural, denoting more than one. It's not a problem because we can resolve it with God the Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
There's spirit, like Oxygen (O), and then there are Spirits, like the Holy Spirit (ΩO). There are also evil Spirits. Spirits are vaporous molecules or compounds which are inhaled, dissolve in the blood, then enter our heart.
We're studying the aspects, attributes and characteristics of life to see what we can deduce about our LORD God. We were created in God's image, examining the image will teach us about the nature of God.
We've seen that God has a heart, it turns out that He also has a mind. Using on our method of deduction this raises some interesting deductive questions, each of which has an answer which leads to another deduction.
We (that's me and the Holy spirit) deduced that the gravitational singularity at the heart of the Earth may be the source of gravity from which all souls are made, either that or it was the sum total of all souls.
We've drawn together three distinct lines of deductive reasoning to confirm that the soul is a gravity node.
In the Bible the heart does a lot more thinking than our minds do. This runs counter to conventional medical wisdom about the brain and heart, but are we worried about running counter to convention?
The Bible considers human life to be a trinity of spirit, soul and body. The spirit and soul are invisible. The body, comprising both the body and blood, is visible.
We (that's me and the Holy spirit) deduce that the spirit, a vapor, inhabits the blood through the action of the Hemoglobin molecule and it powers metabolism. The spirit quite literally animates a body and makes it biologically alive.
We asked: what's the difference between the soul and spirit? We concluded that the spirit is the breath that animates us and gives us life, but that the soul is our consciousness and personality.