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The Trinity

The Asininity of the Trinity          

In this paper we take apart the trinity, tearing it in little pieces and discarding it in the theological trash can where it belongs. We begin by discrediting, defenders of orthodox Christianity and many of its diabolical doctrines.

The Gospel According to Trinitarians          

Where is the trinity preached in the Bible? If you ask a Trinitarian to show you, they can only provide verses that have to be manhandled to support their confounding doctrine (and one famous verse that didn’t exist in the oldest manuscripts). That was until now – because here we present to you the unambiguous “Gospel According to Trinitarians.”

You Can’t Explain What You Don’t Know: And You Can’t Know What You Don’t Have

Does the saying, “the Word was with God, and was God,” indicate two separate beings, or is it the description of One Being? The Bible tells us it’s the latter – the incarnation of God the Creator as Lord and Savior of all mankind. This is an open secret; open to those who seek to do the will of the One True God, and closed to those who want to know and define God on their own terms.

The Perfecting Faith of the Son of God          

If Jesus is God, how is it He didn’t know certain things in the days of His flesh? The answer to this question illuminates a wonderful truth that brings hope to all those who look to Jesus Christ as the Answer.

The Carnal Reasonings of a Trinitarian          

Do you know three people who are distinct individuals but not separate persons? Neither do I! The Trinitarian in this correspondence, however, claims to know of such a god, but only in theory, because there’s no reality to his incomprehensible conglomerate monstrosity. And he refuses to hear the sayings of the true God because that would be the end of his justification for following his corrupt thoughts and lusts.

By Any Other Name, It’s Still the Trinity: And It Smells Bad          

The trinity doctrine has many incarnations and explanations, which is to be expected with any theory not founded on the Truth. “Lest you should meditate on the path of life, her tracks are movable; you cannot know them” (Proverbs 5:6 MKJV).

Some theorists even deny they’re talking about the trinity, as with the one we answer here, but when they say they worship more than one god in Heaven, it’s not the One True God of Holy Scripture.

The Wisdom of God Trumps Trinitarian Tricksterism          

What possesses religious people to attack and denounce, in the Name of God, those who refute what they can’t explain? Though they try, they find it impossible to justify how the True God and Lord Jesus Christ is three entities, whereas He plainly declares that He is One, with no other gods beside Him. Doesn’t the trinitarian’s belligerent contradiction represent the height of man’s arrogance?

These crazed minds are fed the doctrines of devils, and they love to have it so. Here we prove their madness with Scripture and sound reasoning, which doesn’t sway doctrinal zealots bent on promoting themselves and their false gods. Still, we have faith that our One God and One Lord will prevail in the end.

Diabolical Doctrine: The Trinity (God Is Three Persons)

It’s impossible to reconcile the Scriptures with the concept of a trinity – three gods in one. What is taught in the Bible is that God took on human flesh as Jesus Christ and indwells His people after the resurrection and ascension by the Spirit of Christ, which is the Holy Spirit, the Spirit of God. It’s all the same Being. We worship only One God Who has different titles and manifestations. Anything else is polytheism and confusion.

“Who is Jesus Christ?” This is the most important question that could ever be asked, and the most important answer that will ever be heard.

  1. Heresy is always present when finite men think they can comprehend and infinite God. Yes there is a trinity. Yes God is one. No, your puny human brain marked by dualism and beginnings and ends cannot fathom it. Get over yourself.


  2. The idea of the Trinity is one of the hidden truths that God proclaims in the Gospel. There is only One true God, fact. The Trinity is hard to understand because they are not 3 distinct beings but One being in God. We forget that God is all-being, everywhere at all times. He manifests himself to us at differenct times and in different ways in the 3 parts of the Trinity which is still The One True God.


  3. Hi you guys according to my understanding you all have something right and wrong. I see no trinity but 2 persons, Father and Son. The Spirit belongs to the Father and it indwells the Son as it does us but in full measure in the Son. The Son was the first-born of all creation (Col.1:15). Then creation took place through the Son who was the Word. The Son had esteem with the Father before the world was (John 17:5). The Son also prayed for us to be one as He and the Father was one (John 17:11) so how are we as believers one? We are one in mind, purpose, belief. Working together towards the same ultimate goal. Let me know what you all think about this for I am seeking the truth as I have believed both sides in the past at different periods.


  4. The totality of Scripture definitely states that there is only ONE TRUE GOD by nature (the rest are created). Also, there is a person identified as the Father who is GOD, there is also another distinct person called the Son who is GOD, and finally there is clearly a third person called the Holy Spirit who is also GOD. There are ample scriptures in both Old and New Testaments that detail the above truths. You can say God is Triune or a Trinity, but the Bible unmistakably says there is only ONE true GOD by nature and there are three distinct personages who are identified and properly worshipped as God. God transcends the whole universe so he cannot be reached or explained fully through reason or our natural senses. The Scriptures make this abundantly clear.


  5. The holy Trinity is a falacy.


  6. (Sentence addition) *Each member of the Godhead.


  7. Jesus Christ is The Father’s Word, that’s why he is called THE WORD OF GOD! when you see him, you see the Father, when you hear him, you hear the Father. He is the Father’s final Word to humanity. The problem is, you get it all confused and twisted, each member of the God has a specific role that only he can perform and function in. The Father Is Omniscient (All-Knowing). The Son (Jesus Christ) is Omnipotent (All-Powerful) and The Holy Spirit is Omnipresent (Everywhere). For example, The Father and The Son cannot be everywhere at the same time, only the Holy Spirit is capable of this function, he is the governor of all creation.However, all of them are equal in the Godhead. And before you quote a verse in John where Christ says the Father is greater than I am, I want to make you sure you understand that, these roles where already decided before creation, “For Lamb was slain before the Foundation of the world.” And the bible tells us that Jesus Christ is the Lamb of God. He is the Son of God. The one who creates and interacts with creation and when things goes wrong, He is the one who redeems creation.


  8. Ronnie any objections? ’cause John appears to be right based on those verses. I’ve tried to examine both doctrines myself …Jesus could not be talking to himself in all those times he prayed( Before He rose Lazarus… for I am not yet ascended to my Father: but go to my brethren, and say unto them, I ascend unto my Father, and your Father; and to my God, and your God…And I will pray the Father, and he shall give you ANOTHER Comforter, that he may abide with you for ever;  {john 11:41, John 20:17, John 14:16}


  9. Dime a qué denominación pertenesen?


  10. When the Lord Jesus was praying to His Father in the Garden of Gethsemane: “O my Father, if it be possible, let this cup pass from me: nevertheless not as I will, but as thou wilt” (Matthew 26:39), He was not praying to Himself in another form; He was praying to His Father in Heaven.

    While here upon the earth, the Lord Jesus Christ often prayed to His Father. For example: “And now, O Father, glorify thou me with thine own self with the glory which I had with thee before the world was” (John 17:5). In this verse, we witness TWO SEPARATE PERSONS present BEFORE the world was created, BEFORE the incarnation of the Son of God in human flesh. This verse alone demolishes the heretical modalist theory of the nature of God, and establishes beyond any doubt that there is a plurality in the Godhead. See Genesis 1:26-27, where this plurality is clearly implied.

    Even now, after His ascension to Heaven, the elect of God have an Advocate with the Father, as set forth in 1 John 2:1, another verse which clearly demolishes the heretical modalist theory, and establishes the undeniable fact that the Father and the Son are TWO DISTINCT PERSONS: “My little children, these things write I unto you, that ye sin not. And if any man sin, we have an advocate with the Father, Jesus Christ the righteous.”


  11. I have read some of it, but will read the rest as time permits. But based upon what I have read so far, it appears that you have adopted the heretical teaching of Sabellianism, also known as Modalism. In addition to looking for your answer to the other questions I have posed above, I will also be looking for your answer to two other questions: (1) Who was the Lord Jesus Christ praying to in John 17, and who was He praying to while on the cross? (2) In Matthew 17:1-5, the Father spoke these words: “This is my beloved Son, in whom I am well pleased; hear ye him.” If the God the Father is not a distinct Person from God the Son, who was doing the speaking in this instance? Was the Lord Jesus practicing ventriloquism?


    1. What or who makes you think that God can’t both speak and be spoken to at the same time?

      Can you explain how He can speak to multiple people at the same time, maintain the universe, know when a sparrow hits the ground, and have all hairs on everyone’s head numbered, all simultaneously? Can you do such a thing or even imagine how a single person can do that?

      Isa 9:6 For to us a Child is born, to us a Son is given; and the government shall be upon His shoulder, and his name shall be called Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace.

      Who is Isaiah speaking of? Why would the Son be called The Everlasting Father and Wonderful Counselor? HIS Name shall be called, not “their names will be called.” And if these are names of distinct people, who then is the Prince of Peace? A fourth person we’ve not met?

      Isa 59:16 He saw that there was no man, and wondered that there was no one to intercede; then His Own Arm brought Him salvation, and His righteousness upheld Him.

      And again, His Own Arm, the Lord Jesus Christ, God manifest in the flesh, brought salvation.

      John 14:7 If you had known Me, you would have known my Father also. From now on you do know Him and have seen Him.”

      “Whoever has seen Me has seen the Father. How can you say, ‘Show us the Father’?”

      If the Father was a distinct person as you say, Jesus couldn’t say if you’ve seen Him you’ve seen the Father. But He can, because the Lord is One.


      1. You are so naive, in your very first sentence you ask and make the same accusation for which you have above in your refutation, (Carnal Reasoning) Hypocrisy and Dishonesty! Not the fruit of one who has genuinely been born from above.


  12. If you deny the triunity of God, how do you explain that God sent His Son, as in John 3:16, 1 John 4:9-10, and Galatians 4:4-6?

    How do you explain the presence of all 3 persons of the Trinity at the baptism of the Lord Jesus Christ as recorded in Matthew 3:13-17?

    Have you considered that all 3 Persons of the triune God are referenced in one verse, John 15:26?


    1. John, read all of the papers on The Trinity here:

      We’ve answered your questions in the writings that have been published.


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