In 2 Corinthians 11:2, the apostle reminds the Corinthians that he had betrothed them to one husband – Christ. Paul then expressed concern that they might be led astray from the simplicity of this concept. Sure enough, the Trinitarians came along and introduced the idea that devotion to Christ was only devotion to “the second person of the Godhead” and that devotion to “the first” and “third person of the Trinity” was also required.
Thus the Trinitarians offer complexity and bigamy (or would it be trigamy?) in place of Paul’s simplicity and marriage.
Whom shall we trust: Paul or the Trinitarians who came long after him?
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