The Trinity Delusion An examination of the doctrine of the Trinity

The Trinity Challenge

101 Questions for Trinitarians

True or False

1. The very purpose of singular personal pronouns is to indicate a single person is being identified.

2. The one God of Israel, who declared that He alone is God and there is no other, repeatedly referred to Himself as "I" and "Me" and inspired His prophets to refer to Him as "He" and "Him."

3. The God of Israel routinely described Himself in terms of a singular person by using anthropomorphic imagery and the imagery that He is an Ancient of Days father figure sitting on a throne in heaven.

4. The God of Israel never described Himself, or inspired his prophets to describe Him, in a way which He knew would lead the Israelites into concluding he was one person.

5. If the one God is a Triune Being who described Himself in ways which He knew would mislead the Israelites into concluding He was one person, then we must conclude the Triune Being is a deceiver.

6. The man Jesus' one and only God was a three person being.

7. Referring to the worship of the one God of Israel, Jesus said, "we [Jews] worship what we know."

7. Trinitarians are certain that the one God is three "He"'s not one "He."

8. Jesus and a Jewish scribe in Mark 12 indicate that the words "the Lord is one" in the Shema mean that God is one "HE", when they agree "there is no other but "HE."

9. At 1 Corinthians 8:6, Paul identified the one God as one person.

Created: October 22, 2011
Last Updated: October 22, 2011