Well if u knows the Greek (& Hebrew also) manuscripts have no space between words at all & also no capital letters or punctuation to show the beginning of anew sentence, new verse… (u can return to any manuscript site to make sure of what I say )
So to make the picture more clear consider a verse like Genesis 1:1 & Genesis 1:2 it is like this in English :
1 In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth.
2 Now the earth was [a] formless and empty, darkness was over the surface of the deep, and the Spirit of God was hovering over the waters.
But how would it look like if it was written as in the Greek it will look like this :
INTHEBEGINNINGGODCREATEDTHEHEAVENSANDTHEEARTHNOWT HEEARTHWASFORMLESSANDEMPTYDARKNESSWASOVERTHESURFA EOFTHEDEEPANDTHESPIRITOFGODWASHOVERINGOVERTHEWATERS
Imagine the whole Bible (old statement & new statement) written like this no small or capital letters no spaces no numbering for verses …. That's how it appear in the original manuscripts in both Greek & Hebrew (& something like this for Arabic manuscripts in Quran)
So u have the same problem if not worse dude
but wait let's see For Arabs (in the early ages) it was easy to read like this but how about the Greeks well for the Greek it was very hard to read that way it is not my words it is a Christian site words ( a monotheists site but still Christians one )look wt it says afterwards:
" Of course, the entire Bible was hand-printed exactly the same way, with every letter in upper case and no spaces between any words. As you can imagine, that made reading very difficult, and so it was common to read aloud, even when reading to yourself, to make it easier. That is why Philip the Evangelist could hear the Ethiopian eunuch reading the scroll of Isaiah (Acts 8:30). Such a text was hard to read and practically impossible to teach from. Imagine not being able to say, “Turn to Chapter 5, verse 15.” Therefore, divisions in the text began to appear quite early. However, because scribes lived far apart and hand-copied manuscripts, the divisions in the various manuscripts were not uniform. The first standardized divisions between verses came into being around 900 AD., and the modern chapter divisions were made in the 1200s."
(This site by the way is a good source to find what monotheist Christians say about "trinity" verses which all of them can be interpreted in a way disproving Trinity which I previously said was not the believe of ALL early Christians & it's final form is later addition by the Church & interpretation of the Trinity itself differ between Orthodox, Roman Catholic and Protestant. Also u have other interpretations by many other groups that i can nearly say that each Christian has his own interpretation about trinity!!! So which is the correct interpretation? None. Refer to this article in the Wikipedia for more info http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trinity