Five Major Problems With The Trinity - Sean Finnegan:
As you slowly and surely discover the lies of trinity and trinitarians, you'll then surely realize that this is all what the polytheist trinitarian pagans have:
The biggest trinitarian-lies in mistranslation! Adding false verbage to the Bible.
"Of importance the word trinity was used for the first time in Christian theology in 200 AD and does not appear in the scriptures. The Trinitarians have always believed for one to be a saved Christian one must be trinity. If this were so then ALL those who follow the teachings of the Apostles including the Apostles were never saved because they never believed in any type of trinity." http://www.apostolic.edu
To say that Jesus' disciples believed in the trinity lie is an absurd statement. Not only trinity is soundly debunked using the modern Bibles' books themselves, but even the early Christians didn't believe in the trinity lie.
It is also important to know that the earth's population is around 7.0 billion people, half of which are far-eastern pagans. Not only that, but their pagan religions (buddhism, hinduism, shintos, etc...) date 1000s of years back. This means that many billions of humans have already been doomed to eternal death because of their paganism. Yet, they are the majority! Keep in mind, they are the majority on EARTH, not in the UNIVERSE! GOD's followers are in the majority if you count all those in the Universe!
BROTHERS AND SISTERS IN HE WHOM THE APOSTLES FOLLOWED:
1- Where, specifically, in the Gospel does Jesus mention the Trinity?
(If you find no such reference from his lips to a god residing in three persons -- and you will not -- then perhaps you will be moved to consider the following questions:)
2- How could Jesus possibly have omitted to mention something of such extraordinary importance?
* How could the authors of the four Gospels have made the same extraordinary omission?
(For no direct reference to the Trinity appears in any chapter or verse of any of the four Gospels. It is a patching-on from a later era.)
3- Why does Jesus in the Lord's prayer address the Lord as "Father" and then refer to the Father's children throughout as "Us" and "We," instead of separating himself from the rest of the children of God, as the Trinity would seem to demand?
4- (And here, brothers and sisters, is the big question, the question that takes no small degree of courage to address honestly:) If redemption through the blood of Christ, the ONLY one in the UNIVERSE who could completely die for our sins, only a God sacrifice would do, no one can come to the Father EXCEPT THROUGH Jesus Christ, the Son of God who has been MADE the doorway to Heaven for all. John 14:6 (KJV) "Jesus saith unto him, I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me."
Brothers and sisters: Are these not extraordinary teachings? Are they not central to the ministry of Jesus? And must we not confront dozens of them in order to defend the Trinity?
I am thinking, specifically, of:
1. His instruction to "Love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul, with all your mind." (Matthew 22:27.) -- Jesus identifies this submission to the One God as the *supreme* commandment, and yet for some reason he makes no mention within it to one god in three persons, which are supposedly central to his ministry! Quite an oversight! Or are we to assume that Jesus never actually uttered these words about the supreme commandment? Jesus says, "Ye Believe in GOD, believe ALSO IN ME"! Ephesians 5:20: "Giving thanks always for all things unto God and the Father in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ;"; Romans 1:8 "First, I thank my God through Jesus Christ for all of you, because your faith is being reported all over the world."; 1 Corinthians 15:24: "Then the end will come, when he [Christ the Son] hands over the kingdom [back] to God the Father after he has destroyed all dominion, authority and power."; Colossians 3:17 "And whatever you do, whether in word or deed, do it all in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God the Father through him."; 1 Thessalonians 5:18 "give thanks in all circumstances; for this is God's will for you in Christ Jesus."
2. His parable of the Prodigal Son. And the parable certainly makes no reference to the repentant son returning from his sinful journey to a father who takes the form of three persons. He returns to ONE father, not three. Surely we must either conclude that this, the most celebrated of the parables, has nothing to do with the Trinity -- or, if we wish to retain the Trinity, we must conclude that this is not an authentic teaching of Jesus. Brothers and sisters, fellow Christians -- which is it to be?
3. His instruction to become as children (humble, trusting, submitting to the Lord) in order to enter the Kingdom of Heaven. (See Matthew 18:3.) There is no mention here of the one god in three persons! Again: Are we to believe that this is not an authentic teaching of Jesus? We must assume such a position if we wish to support the Trinity.
4. His insistence on the importance of the individual's development of personal faith, in the One God. If that word frightens us, or if we wish to make ourselves feel more comfortable with the actual content of this divine ministry, sidestepping for the moment its verbal labels, we may call it "Jesus' ministry" or "Jesus' teachings." But his ministry is manifestly one of submission to the One God, and we must think long and hard about the consequences of rejecting it in its true form. There are dozens of examples of such Gospel teachings about the development of STRONG individual faith, among them Matthew 6:23, 7:7, 17:20, Mark 11:23, Luke 9: 61-62, Luke 15:8, etc. etc. -- and yet there is no mention in any of these or the many other such passages of the one god in three persons! Is not this a remarkable fact? How are we to account for it?
Brothers and sisters, I ask you as one who has closely studied the Gospel of Jesus for years: What kind of faith can we claim to be developing through the religion that bears this man's name, if such faith is at variance with what he actually taught? Why, in other words, did Jesus bother to teach his followers -- you and I, brothers and sisters -- of the growth of the mustard seed, of the woman who seeks for the ten silver pieces, of the impossibility of being fit for the Kingdom of God for one who sets his hand to the plough and then keeps looking back -- why did he pronounce all these extraordinary exhortations to PERSONAL, faith in the One God in the NAME of Jesus, if all of them are to be superseded by his own unique personal role as a member of the Trinity and his personal blood-sacrifice for a sinful humanity? Again, we must choose whether we are to accept the Trinity, or we must choose to accept the teachings of Jesus concerning personal faith in the One God.
It is not a difficult choice, brothers and sisters.
There are, we would all agree, many corruptions in the New Testament. There are many points where the various texts contradict themselves or send strange messages patched on in later years. Yet if we read the texts carefully, we can identify those portions of the text that illuminate Jesus' actual ministry on earth. It is clearly a ministry that preaches submission to the One God.
Brothers and sisters -- seek carefully out the words of the man we have for so long called the Lord, and remember his words to us: "Why do you say Lord, Lord, and not do what I say?"
This is an excellent question!
The Validity of the Trinity Belief:
Trinity doctrine doesn't have basic in either NT nor in OT. They depend on human interpretation to form up this doctrine. It is totally pagan.
Many of the fundamental beliefs of Christianity which have been for many centuries taken on blind faith are now beginning to be challenged by some of the foremost scholars and religious leaders of Christianity today.