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Wake up people: God is not a Trinity!


Fri, Apr 13. 2012

Editor: For hundreds of years now people have been made to believe that God is a Trinity. Does the Bible truly teach this?

Firstly, Psalms 90:2 states that God is “from everlasting,” clearly meaning that God had no beginning. God was NOT created. He was always in existence. Colossians 1:15 calls Jesus the FIRSTBORN of every CREATURE, and Revelation 3:14 calls Jesus “the BEGINNING of the creation of God.”{{more}} This shows that Jesus was created, the first of God’s creation. Since God had no beginning, but Jesus had a beginning, how could Jesus be God as some claim, even twisting the meaning of Greek terms to support a Trinity? Secondly, who is called the Most High in the Bible? Psalms 83:18 says that Jehovah is the Most High, meaning that He is the Highest. Luke 1:32 says that Jesus is “the SON of the Highest,” not the Highest. Nowhere in the scriptures is Jesus called the Most high or Almighty; Jesus is called Mighty, but NEVER Almighty. Thirdly, at Matthew 27:46 and John 20:17, Jesus referred to the Father as his God. Even in heaven, Jesus called the Father, “my God” at Revelation 3:12. Why would Jesus have a God if he himself is God? Was he fooling us? Fourthly, when Jesus was on earth, to whom did he pray at Luke 22:42; John 17:1 and elsewhere? Did he pray to himself? Fifthly, why did Jesus say that the Father is GREATER than him at John 14:28 if he and the Father are equal? Sixthly, according to Revelation 1:1, how is it that God gave Jesus a Revelation if Jesus himself is God? Seventh, who resurrected Jesus when he died? Did the dead Jesus resurrect himself? Acts 2:32; Acts 3:15, 26. Eighth, if the Holy Ghost is God too, why did John 17:3 not mention that we must get to know the Holy Ghost too in order to get everlasting life, instead, mentioning the only true God and Jesus Christ, two persons? Why is it that God is called “the ONLY true God,” ONLY meaning one, but Jesus is mentioned separately as distinct from the only true God at John 17:3? Ninth, why is it that those who try to prove the Trinity tend to use Scriptures that speak only of the Father and the Son but no mention of the Holy Ghost, since Trinity means three-in-one, NOT two-in-one?

The New Catholic Encyclopedia admits: “The formulation ‘one God in three Persons’ was not solidly established, certainly not fully assimilated into Christian life and its profession of faith, prior to the end of the 4th century. Among the Apostolic Fathers, there had been nothing even remotely approaching such a mentality or perspective.”—(1967), Vol. XIV, p. 299.

Regarding the Trinity, Historian Arthur Weigall notes: “Jesus Christ never mentioned such a phenomenon, and nowhere in the New Testament does the word ‘Trinity’ appear. The idea was only adopted by the Church three hundred years after the death of our Lord.”—The Paganism in Our Christianity.

Yes, The Trinity is truly a pagan doctrine that pagan Roman Emperor Constantine introduced into Christianity some 300 years after Christ’s death as indicated in the above quote. So let us wake up spiritually. Accept Jehovah, accept His Son Jesus Christ, accept that the holy spirit exists, but REJECT the Trinity.

With Sincerity,
Brianna Patterson