The Scriptures state that God is light (1John 1:5). Light is comprised of three qualities--visible light, ultraviolet light, and infrared light. In the absence of any one of these three qualities, light cannot exist. God also is comprised of three qualities--visible light (God the Son, or Jesus), infrared light (God the Holy Spirit), and ultraviolet light (God the Father). Just as light cannot exist in the absence of any one of the three qualities, so God the Father cannot exist in the absence of God the Son or God the Holy Spirit.
Jesus confirmed the essential unity and oneness of God when he stated, "I and the Father are one" (John 10:30), and "He who hates me hates my Father as well" ( John 15:23). If we reject either God the Son or God the Holy Spirit, it is equivalent to rejecting God the Father, because the Father cannot exist in the absence of any one of the three essential qualities.
(See The Sons of Zion Versus The Sons of Greece: The Antichrist Revealed by Rebekah Isaac, chapter 3, pp. 13-16).