Why You Should Reject the Trinity
The author of this page is an ex-Trinitarian. I believed the doctrine of the Trinity for most of my 52 years of life. The following is a very brief list of reasons why I found it necessary to reject and abandon this doctrine and why you should not accept this heinous lie (for further information see my About page).
The Doctrine of the Trinity
- God is 3 yet 1 or 1 yet 3.
- There are three persons who are one God or there is one God who exists or subsists as three persons.*
- There are three persons (hypostases): Father, Son, Holy Spirit. This is the "threeness" of God. This is how the Triune God is THREE.
- There is one divine nature (ousia, substance, being). This is the "oneness" of God. This is how the Triune God is ONE.
- Each of the three persons are the one God, the one divine nature.
- Each of these three persons is distinct and NOT to be identified as the other.
- One is not to confuse or conflate the persons (who) and the being (what.
- Jesus is one person who has two natures, one divine nature, one human nature (Hypostatic Union).
- The Holy Spirit is not the Father and is not the Son; the Father is not) the Holy Spirit and the Son is not the Holy Spirit.
- The Triune Being is the complex being of three persons each possessing one divine nature.
- Neither the Father nor the Son nor the Holy Spirit is the Triune Being/the Trinity (each of these three is a person not three persons).
- The Triune Being is a singular identity (one "I", "Me", "He", "Him") because He is one "being" not because He is one "person."
What is to be Rejected
- That a three-person-God exists; that a Triune being exists. There is no such Being. It is a fabrication of men.
- That the one God is not one person. The one God is one person; the one God is the Father.
- That the Holy Spirit is a distinct third person in addition to the person of the Father and/or the person of the Son. The Holy Spirit is God's divine nature, WHAT the Holy God is.
- That Jesus was/is YAHWEH, the one God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. He was/is not the one God but the Son of the one God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob.
- That Jesus was a pre-existent self conscious divine person begotten before all ages.
- That Jesus had, or has, two natures.
- That Jesus now is still God's only begotten son. God sent his only begotten Son that he might become the firstborn son. There are now many begotten sons, Jesus being the firstborn among many brothers.
Concerning the Holy Spirit
In the doctrine of the Trinity, neither the Father nor the Son is the Holy Spirit. The Father is NOT the Spirit and the Son is NOT the Holy Spirit. The Triune Being is also not the Holy Spirit.
- In Trinitarian doctrine, the Holy Spirit is a person who is not the Father. The Scriptures clearly indicate that the Spirit of the Father is the Holy Spirit and that the Holy Spirit is HIS Spirit.
- The Holy Spirit is the Spirit OF God, the Spirit OF the Father, the Spirit of OF the risen the Jesus, the Spirit OF the Christ in the very same manner that a man's spirit is the spirit of he himself and is not to be construed as a separate person from he himself.
- The Spirit is not an impersonal power or force but just as my nature is personally ME, God's nature is personally HIM. Just as my flesh is personally ME, the Father's Holy Spirit is personally Him.
- There is ONE Holy Spirit, not two, not three. The Bible says that God the Father is Spirit. Since there is one Spirit, God the Father cannot be another Spirit and therefore is this one and same Spirit. In Trinitarian doctrine the Father is NOT the Spirit.
- In the context of John 4:24, where Jesus says that "God is Spirit," it is absolutely clear that he is indicating God the Father IS the Holy Spirit since he teaches about worshiping in the Spirit and in Truth, in the Spirit of Truth, the Holy Spirit, which Jesus teaches the disciples about later in John's Gospel. However, in Trinitarian doctrine, God the Father is NOT the Holy Spirit.
- The Holy Spirit begat/fathered baby Jesus. Since the Father is Jesus' Father this demonstrates that the Holy Spirit is not a separate third person distinct from the Father. In Trinitarian doctrine, one person begets/fathers Jesus, the third person of the Trinity, but someone else who is not the third person of the Trinity, turns out to be Jesus' father, the first person of the Trinity.
- Paul clearly says that the Lord Jesus IS the Spirit. In context, it is absolutely clear that the Spirit he mentions is the Holy Spirit and the Lord he mentions is the risen Jesus and he indeed explicitly says so in the same context. In Trinitarian doctrine, the Lord Jesus is NOT the Holy Spirit.
- If the Holy Spirit was a distinct third person who is God, then this personality would be the God of Jesus just as the Father is the God of Jesus. This is hardly the case.
Concerning Jesus, the Son of God
- Jesus is not the one God but the Son of the one God, the Son of the Father.
- The Son of God had a God, and has a God, demonstrating he is not himself the one God.
- Jesus' God was his Father alone and he indicated that our God was to be his God.
- The claim that what is begotten of God is God is shown to be false when it is realized that Christians are also begotten of God by the Spirit of God.
- The claim that Jesus is still the only-begotten son is shown to be false when it is realized God sent his only begotten Son so that he might be the firstborn among many and that Christians are those who have been begotten of God by the Spirit of God and Jesus is the firstborn among many brothers.
- The claim that Jesus did signs and wonders is shown to be false by He Himself, and other Scriptures, testifying it was the Father in him who did the works. It is also shown to be false by the fact that his disciples also did these signs and wonders through the same Spirit.
- The claim that Jesus was God because he forgave sins is shown to be false when he himself proved otherwise to the Pharisees by doing the more difficult thing and healing a paralyzed man demonstrating that the authority to forgive sins "had been given to men." And in the same manner that Jesus was anointed by God to forgive sins, the risen Jesus anoints his disciples to forgive sins by the same Spirit.
- The claim that Jesus title "Lord" indicates he is God is demonstrated to be false when it is recognized that God made him Lord and this one Lord has a God, "the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ."
- The persistent Trinitarian lie that proskyneo worship indicates Jesus is one God is shown to be false when it is realized that proskyneo worship was given to other men throughout the Scriptures as well as to angels. For example, all Israel bowed down and worshiped YAHWEH and King David.
- Not one single passage of Scripture indicates that Jesus is the one God. To the contrary, numerous Scriptures indicate that Jesus is not the one God.
- Zechariah 12:10. The testimony of the Apostle John show us that the correct rendering is "they shall look upon HIM whom they have pierced." There are manuscripts which read "him" instead of "me" and if we are to accept John's words as inspired then we must also accept that he has provided the inspired version of Zechariah 12:10 and not a corruption. Morever, the KJV translation does not even make coherent sense since it reads as if people look upon "Me" (YHWH) who was pierced but they then mourn for someone else, "him." Even if the "Me" manuscripts are accepted, scholarly research has shown it should be translated as "look upon me concerning whom" not "look upon me whom."
- Isaiah 7:14. The contextual evidence in Isaiah and Matthew 1:23 show that the name "Immanuel", or "God with us," means God the Father with us in plan and purpose.
- Isaiah 9:6. The child to be born is a human being. Jesus was NOT God as a human being but someone who had a God. Hence, Isaiah could not be calling this human "God" even in Trinitarian doctrine. The contextual evidence shows that the name given to the Messiah child-son refers to God the Father who is accomplishing these things through this child-son and we are not to suppose that since the son has this name he is being identified as God anymore than Jerusalem being named "YHWH Our Righteousness" would indicate Jerusalem is being identified as YAHWEH.
- John 1:1. The contextual evidence shows us that John is calling us back to Genesis, "in the beginning" (v.1) where God created all things (v.3) and shone light into the darkness (v.5) and he is speaking of the Word/Logos by which the Father SPOKE all things into existence. The Greek word structure, "the Logos was with the God and God was the Word," shows us that both instances of the word "God" are joined by the conjunction in Greek and that we should not define the word "God" differently on either side of the conjunction, as Trinitarians do, or we would create an incoherent thought which John never intended. The word "God" (Greek theos) in John 1:1b and John 1:1c are both referring to God the Father except that the definite article is lacking in 1:1c indicating John is now referring to the Father in a qualitative sense. He writes as he does because Jesus is about to be identified as the Logos, the Logos became flesh, and so John wants us to know the Logos in view is the same Logos which was with God in the beginning. But lest you or I think there were two things in the beginning: (1) God the Father and (2) the Logos, John clarifies further by saying the Logos WAS God meaning the the Logos was qualitatively the Father Himself. In other words, the Logos was inherent within the Father, in the bosom of the Father, and since God is Truth, His Logos expresses what the Father himself is: Love, Light, Life, Truth. As such His Logos, Jesus the Word become flesh, expresses these things since this human being is the Word of the Father in fleshly form.
- John 1:18. The Trinitarian claim concerning their cherry-picked version of this text, "monogenes God" is to be rejected. The manuscript evidence, the quotations supplied for this verse by the early Christians, and the internal evidence, all show us that the "monogenes Son version carries very heavy weight. Indeed, the discovery location of their preferred manuscript, and ancient evidence from Alexandrian writers, indicates that the "monogenes God" has an extremely high potential of being a Gnostic corruption, one of their chief gods being monogenes the begotten God. The Father is the unbegotten God and it is impossible to have an begotten God in addition to an unbegotten God without arriving at two Gods. Hence, Trinitarians have recently redefined the term monogenes to mean something else: "One of a kind" and insist it does NOT mean "only-begotten." And in so doing they have unwittingly removed their own evidence for the claim of the So being begotten in eternity or "begotten before all ages." Bottom Line: Uncertain evidence is no evidence at all.
- John 10:33. The Greek grammar, namely the lack of the definite article, most naturally lends itself to being translated as "you being A man make yourself A god." In view of Jesus response, "Has it not been written in your Law, 'I said you are gods'", it should be clear that this is precisely how Jesus understood the Jewish charge.
- John 20:28. The context of this verse is seeing and believing. Jesus had taught his disciples that to see him, one person, was to see two persons, Jesus and the Father, because the Father was at work in Jesus. In his resurrection, the Father was wonderously at work in Jesus in his glorfied body. Here Thomas affirms what Jesus had taught him, "If you have seen me you have seen the Father." And indeed, the Greek grammar structure, unlike Titus 2:13, is the structure ancient Greeks would use to refer to TWO persons (See Granville Sharp Sixth Rule). Where Jesus was the Father also was - at work in His Son.
- Romans 9:5. A review of the Greek grammar shows that it may is be translated three different ways based on the grammar alone. This is admitted by most scholars who leave it open to interpretation. However, when similar writing styles and vocabulary used elsewhere by Paul in his writings is examined and compared, it becomes absolutely clear that he is not calling Jesus "God." Moreover, in Trinitarian doctrine Jesus according to the divine nature is God but Jesus according to the flesh is NOT God and that is why Jesus according to his human nature can have a God. Paul is here referring to Jesus "according to the flesh" which, even in Trinitarian, is not God since according to the flesh he has a God.
- Acts 20:28. Very important Greek manuscripts read "church of the Lord" and not "church of God" rendering Trinitarian claims here too suspicous to have any value. Even IF "the church of God" version is authentic, scholars have admitted that it could be translated as "church of God which He bought with the blood of his own," meaning "blood of his own Son." And indeed, internal evidence in Luke, and external evidence, indicates this was a normal way for ancient Greek speakers to speak. Their "own" was a term of endearment just as God's own is a term of endearment for his chosen Son. However, "the church of God" rendering is least likely. Irenaeus quotes "church of the Lord" long before our earliest manuscript. Since the Greek words in question can be translated as either, "which he bought with his own blood" or "which he bought with the blood of his own.
It is most likely that the words means "which he bought with his own blood." But since it can be read differently, a scribe who interpreted the word "Lord" to refer not to Jesus but to "God the Father" and who read the rest of the text as "which he bought with the blood of his own," would see no problem with changing the word "Lord" into the word "God" because to him it would mean exactly the same thing. Hence, "church of the Lord" carries the most weight by far. Bottom Line: Uncertain evidence is no evidence at all
- 1 Timothy 3:16. It is common for Trinitarians who do not even use the KJV to use the KJV in their apologetic. However, the "God was manifested in the flesh" version of this verses is now regarded as a scribal corruption due to manuscript evidence that we have. It is most likely a corruption of a nomen sacrum where either ink bleeding through the media or the addition of one or two penstrokes turned the Greek word for "who" or "which" into the nomen sacrum form of the Greek word for "God." For this reason, this reading is not found in any modern translations. Bottom Line: Unlikely evidence is not evidence at all.
- Titus 2:13. The Greek literally reads, "the appearing of the glory of the great God and Savior of us Jesus Christ." Jesus is not here being described as "the great God and Savior" but "the glory OF the great God and Savior," where "the great God and Savior" is, in accordance with the Granville Sharp rule, one person, God the Father, and the risen Jesus is the glory of the Father. Jesus told his disciples that he would return in the glory of his Father which is precisely what this passage is about. 1 Timothy 6:14-16 is conveying the same idea.
- Hebrews 1:8. The Trinitarian translation results in the ridiculous absurdity of God having a God, "Your throne, O God, is forever and ever.... you loved righteousness, therefore God, your God, has anointed you." The verse is quoting Psalm 45 which is referring to either David or Solomon. David and Solomon sat on the "throne of YAHWEH" and the words at Psalm 45:6, literally, "the throne of you, the God, to the age of the age," are referring to David or Solomon sitting on the throne of YAHWEH. Ancient Greek speaks referred to God as "the god," and the meaning of the words at Hebrews 1:8, "the throne of you the god" mean that the throne upon which the risen Jesus sits is the throne of God, "Your throne: the God. God seated the man Jesus down on his own throne.
- 1 John 5:20. It is common for Trinitarians to insist that "Jesus Christ" is the nearest antecedent for the word "This." However, this suggestion is a farce since the antecedent in any context is not the nearest preceding word but the latest subject under discussion. And the latest subject under discussion is "Him who is true" and this person has a son, "His son Jesus Christ." The antecedent is plainly God the Father as revealed through his son which is what the context is about.
Concerning the Father
- At Deuteronomy 32:6,39, the Father declared through the prophet Moses that "there is no God besides ME."
- David, a man after God's own heart, responding to the speaker at 2 Samuel 7:14 who promised David his son Jesus (see Heb 1:5), "O YAHWEH God for there is none like You, and there is no God besides You." The speaker was necessarily God the Father as proved at Hebrews 1:5.
- The One who says "I will not give my glory to another" at Isaiah 42:8 is necessarily God the Father (see Matthew 12:18 quoting Isaiah 42:1ff.).
- The LORD of Joel 2:27, "I am YAHWEH your God, and there is no other," is necessarily the Father who gives His Spirit to the man Jesus to pour out on mankind (see Acts 2:21,33).
- Only the Father is God because no one has seen God or can see God.
- Paul declares that THE one God is THE Father.
- The Father is the only God, the true God, and the only true God. In Trinitarian interpretations, the word "God" at John 17:3 can only be defined as "the divine nature" in order to make make any plausible sense to their doctrine (to fit their claim: the Father is the only true God, the Son is the only true God, the Spirit is the only true God`). However, a divine nature is a WHAT not a WHO, and the only true God is someone we KNOW for eternal life demonstrating this suggestive implication of Trinitarians is an error. Likewise, at John 5:44 the only God is someone from whom honor comes. Likewise, "the true God" at 1 John 5:20 is someone who has a son named Jesus.
- The Father is NOT the "one Lord" of Ephesians 4:5 or 1 Corinthians 8:6. The one Lord of Ephesians 4:5 and 1 Corinthians 8:6 is someone who has a God, the Lord Jesus Christ. Our one Lord, Jesus Christ, has a God, "the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ." Hence, the Father could not be this same Lord or he would also have a God. This particular Lord has a God, the Father and God of our Lord.
- The Father is the Lord of our one Lord since he placed made Jesus Lord placed everything under his feet and setting Jesus over all the works of His hands.
- The Father alone was and is the God of Jesus and Jesus expects us to have the same God as his God, the Father alone. When Jesus quoted "You shall worship the Lord your God and serve him only," he was referring to the God of the Shema, "the Lord our God the Lord is one," and for Jesus, the one God he had in mind, whom he worshiped and served, was his Father alone. As an obedient Jew, Jesus interpreted the Shema to refer to his Father alone. Jesus and a Jewish scribe agree at Mark 12 that the words "the Lord is one" mean there is one identity, "there is no other but HE."
- Jesus declared that ONLY the Father knows the day and hour of Jesus return. This means that ONLY the Father knows and nobody else knows. Moroever, the Scriptures say that the "all things" known by Jesus are also known by Christians in identical language.
- The Father is above ALL. He is not a person OF the Triune Being, a subset of a Triune Being, which would make him an inferior identity to the Triune Being and subordinate to the Triune Being. All things are OUT OF the Father and God the Father is OUT OF absolutely nothing. He is above all and nothing is above him or equal to Him.
Concerning the Notion of a Triune God, a Three-Person-God, a Three-Person-Being
- While Trinitarians claim this doctrine is one of the most important doctrines, if not the most important doctrine, no New Testament writer ever makes any attempt to explicate such a concept.
- While the one God is the main character of the Scriptures, and is mentioned thousands of times, not one single mention of a three person being can be unpretentiously found anywhere in the entire Bible.
- Trinitarian doctrine, or a three person being, must be preconceived outside of the Scriptures and eisegetically read/imagined back into pre-selected texts of the Scriptures such as Genesis 1:26 or Matthew 28:19, or the like, when there is absolutely no reason whatsoever to intepret such texts itself as referring to a three person being.
- The Shema, "the LORD our God the LORD is one" was understood by Jesus and the Jewish scribe in Mark 12:28-34 not to mean that the LORD is one divine ousia, one what, but that the LORD is one single personal identity, "there is no other but HE."
- The very purpose of using singular personal pronouns in Hebrew, Greek and English, is to signify one single person is being identified and the one God, YAHWEH Elohim, is identified by both He Himself, and by His inspired prophets, as a singular "Who," a singular "You," a single "I", "Me", "He" and "Him." Since the very point of using such language is to identify a single person, we must conclude that the one God IS a single person, the God of our Lord Jesus Christ.
- The one God gave the Israelites many reasons to believe He is one person. The one God of Israel describes Himself, and inspired his prophets to describe Him, in many and various ways which God would knew would lead people to think He is one single person. If the one God was a Triune Being and not a single person, he intentionally mislead his people, the Israelites, and as such, this three person being is a deceiver, this being fully aware of having misled his people into believing something which is not true.
- Referring to the worship of the God Israel, Jesus insisted that "we Jews worship what we know," but Trinitarian theology contradicts Jesus and insists that the Jews worshiped what they did not know - that their God was a three person being.
- In Trinitarian doctrine, the Triune Being results in a singular FOURTH "Who", "I" and "He" in addition to the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. Since Trinitarians find it necessary to accept that the Triune Being is a single "Who", "I", "Me", "He" and "Him" and neither the Father nor the Son nor the Holy Spirit are this one "I" since that would be saying one person is a three person being, they must accept this fourth "I" who is God.
- The doctrine of the Trinity results in 3 Persons who are altogether also the One Identity, three "Who's" are also one "Who", the Triune Being, three "I"s who are altogether one "I's", three "He"'s who are altogether one "He." (This is likely the biggest reason that Trinitrians like to pretentiously deny that the one God is one "Person" since it would result in three Persons who are one Person and the absurdity of this doctrine would be too clearly seen). They are, however, caught into admitting that three identities are altogther another identity which is not equivalent to any of the other three.
- In Trinitarian doctrine, the divine nature (a "what") is intentionally confused and conflated with identity (a "who") for apologetic convenience's sake and is turned into a FIFTH "Who", "I" and "He" in addition to the (1) the Father, (2) the Son, (3) Holy Spirit, and (4) Triune Being. That Trinitarians also grant identity to the divine nature itself and make the divine nature, a what, into a fifth "Who" and "I" is shown by the fact that they also claim that the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit are the one and same YAHWEH and/or the one and same Lord. The words "YAHWEH" and "Lord" are words which refer to an identity (a WHO and an I). The only way to insist that each of the three, the Father, the Son, and the Spirit, are one God, one YAHWEH, or one Lord, is to confuse person and being and turn the divine nature of the three persons into another who, another fifth identity, while denying they confuse person and being out of the other side of their mouth. This fifth identity is required by Trinitarians because the Father, the Son, the Holy Spirit, and the Triune Being, are all diferent identities in the doctrine of the Trinity. This fifth identity is required so that these four can be said to be the same fifth, the divine nature construed as a who, an identity.
To insist, as Trinitarians do, that the Father is the only God, the Son is the only God, and the Spirit is the only God, is not to say that the Father is the Triune Being or the Son is the Triune Being or the Spirit is the Triune Being since that would be saying one person is a three person being. However, to say that the Father is the only God, the Son is the only God, and the Spirit is the only God is to say that each of these three is the one divine nature where the word "God" is not a who but a what. And so they also declare that the Father is the only YAHWEH, the Son is the only YAHWEH and the Spirit is the only YAHWEH, or, the Father is the one Lord, the Son is the one Lord, and the Spirit is the one Lord (see 1 Cor 8:6; Eph 4:5-6 is vital here). And declaring that either the Father, or the Son, or the Holy Spirit, is YAHWEH, or the one Lord, they betray themselves since the only way these claims can be said to be true in their doctrine is if the one divine nature is being labeled as YAHWEH or "Lord." In other words, when Trinitarians say, "the Father is YAHWEH, the Son is YAHWEH, the Spirit is YAHWEH" or "the Father is the one Lord, the Son is the one LOrd, and the Spirit is the one Lord," there is no room in Trinitarian theology and doctrine to mean anything other than "the divine nature" by the use of the words YAHWEH and Lord. These two words MUST refer to the divine nature. And so they have a fifth "Who" and "I." And here they confuse and conflate person and being while pretentiously insisting they never do so.
This point can be most clearly seen in the following way. In Trinitarian doctrine the following is said to be true:
The Father is the one God = the Father is YAHWEH = the Father is the one Lord.
The Son is the one God = the Son is YAHWEH = the Son is the one Lord.
TheSpirit is the one God = the Spirit is YAHWEH = the Spirit is the one Lord.
Now carefuly observe how the words "God" and "YAHWEH" and "Lord" cannot be defined as a Three person being.
The Father is the one Three Person Being.
The Son is the one Three Person Being.
The Son is the one Three Person Being.
Neither the word "God" nor the word "YAHWEH" nor the word "Lord" can mean "Three person being" or the Trinitarian statement would mean one person is a three person being which is NOT true in Trinitarian doctrine. Hence, the Trinitarian must attempt the Fallacy of Equivocation and suggestively imply that the word "God" and "YAHWEH" and "Lord" mean the following:
The Father is the one divine nature.
The Son is the one divine nature.
The Son is the one divine nature.
The Father is the one WHAT.
The Son is the one WHAT.
The Son is the one WHAT.
In short, Trinitarians insist they do not confuse the who's and the what (because they know this would be illogical) and then they just go right ahead and do it themselves. Our Lord is not a what. Yahweh is not a what. Our Lord is a who; Yahweh is a who.
The Five "Who"s: Five Identities of the Trinity
- The Father is one Who, I, Me, He, Him.
- The Son is a second Who, I, Me, He, Him.
- The Spirit is third Who, I, Me, He, Him.
- The Triune Being is a fourth Who, I, Me, Him.
- The divine nature of the three persons is a fifth Who, I, Me, Him which they call "God", "YAHWEH", or "Lord"
Trinitarians have different Gods for different occasions. A different definition of the one God is a different God. And they have FIVE, each designed to suit certain theological situations. And they would like to confuse themselves, and you, into believing this is all the one and same God. But it isn't. They are taking four different Gods and claiming these four are the fifth God. They are taking four YAHWEHs and claiming these four YAHWEHs are the one and same fifth YAHWEH. They are taking four Lords and claiming these four Lords are the one and same fifth Lord. But YAHWEH the Father is NOT YAHWEH the Son and NOT YAHWEH the Triune Being, and so on. And so they convince themselves that four identities which are not any of the other three, are in fact, the fifth God, fifth YAHWEH, fifth Lord, which is simply a divine nature, a what. But our God is not simply one WHAT. Our one God is one WHO. Who then is that one WHO? In Trinitarian doctrine, the Father is NOT the Triune Being and it is claimed that the Triune Being is the one God. Therefore the Father is NOT the one God because the Father is not the Triune God. Or on another day, the Trinitarian will want to say the Father is the one God. But the Father is not the Triune Being. Therefore, on this occasion, the Triune Being is not the one God. Their God changes to suit the occasion. Different Gods for different occasions.
The God of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ
CONCLUSION: The one and only God is the same one and only God who Jesus worshiped and served, his Father alone. A three person God does not exist. A three person God is not a one person being and Jesus' one and only God was a one person being, his Father alone. The only God Jesus knew was his Father alone. The one God is the God of the one Lord, "the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ." A Three Person God is the invention of men, a fabrication, a false god manufactured by wayward men. A Three Person God simply does not exist and there is no reason to believe in such a God. Such a God was not the God of Jesus. Jesus' God was not a three person being. Jesus identifies the one God for us as his Father. It was his Father that he came to reveal to us not a fictitious three person God. Our one and only God is the God of the Jesus, the God of the Lord, the Father alone, "For us there is one God: the Father."
Created: November 3, 2011.
Last Updated: November 16, 2011