Does or can God have a God and a Father?
reading along in the NASB95 translation; I noticed once again in Eph 1:3 and also in 2Co 1:3 that the text in these verses states that the Lord Jesus Christ has a "God and Father"
Eph 1:3 (NASB95)
Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, who has blessed us with every spiritual blessing in the heavenly places in Christ,
2Co 1:3 (NASB95)
Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of mercies and God of all comfort,
Now, please note ... these epistles speak of the risen and ascended Lord Jesus Christ, who is seated at the right hand of God, not about Jesus prior to his death. Trinity doctrine speaks of the ascended Christ as being GOD.
Some questions to consider in order to determine whether (a) the Scripture text is true, or (b) the Trinity doctrine is true. Does God or can God have a God above Him? How many Gods would that make? Does or can God even have a Father? Obviously, two contradicting positions can NOT both be true.
A note to @Dave_L (applicable to all): Please don't jump on your "you have to think spiritually" train.