In the Johannine Comma, i.e: 1John 5:7, the Greek texts which contain the trinity mention εν which means in, look:
1550 Stephanus New Testament:
7 οτι τρεις εισιν οι μαρτυρουντες εν τω ουρανω ο πατηρ ο λογος και το αγιον πνευμα και ουτοι οι τρεις εν εισιν
Almost, all translations say:
These Three are One
While the literal translation is:
These Three in are. "these three in are", is possible translation hermeneutically. Supposing presence of a guessed word, possibly: the One, i.e: the three in the One are. as I looked an Arabic translation stating this: "**الثلاثة هم **في الواحد" which means: "these Three are in One".
Are there English translations which mention:
In One or in the One?