Yes I think you are dressing it up a bit if you think such rudimentary knowledge constitutes "education". The very environment that gave rise to trinitarianism, which, in short, is everything you would expect a person to specifically reference in such a discussion. What they are "missing" is the standard field in terms of time, culture and politics that anyone would refer to if they wanted their ideas on historical continuity to be taken seriously. As I said, its just trying to draw a connection between ancient north africans during the roman empire and the politics of Martin Luther King. Sure, you could talk about a similarity of category, but if you try to ply them into some narrative of historical continuity you have to do more than wiggle your hands during the intervening period of a few thousand years.