The Trinity Denies Fatherhood to Jesus

One of the obvious errors of the Trinity doctrine is that it denies fatherhood to Jesus.  The Trinity describes Jesus as ” not” Father.  How can this doctrine be so when the prophets said Jesus would be “Father”?  (For example, see Isaiah 9:6.)

Moreover, if Jesus was the Bridegroom and the church was His bride as the New Testament says, how could this marriage be a barren one – that is, one which could produce no  children ?

Just as surely as Jesus was the Bridegroom, so surely He is our Heavenly Father.  Bless His name forever!

For more, see:

There Is No Trinity; There Is Christ

Posts to Date on the Trinity Versus Christ

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9 Responses to The Trinity Denies Fatherhood to Jesus

  1. DT says:

    Hello, we met on another blog. I think you are having some confusion with Isaiah 9:6.

    The main issue is translation. Here is a Unitarian Subordinationist response to it:


    • Mike Gantt says:

      I read the article but the author is refuting positions I don’t hold. See There Is No Trinity; There Is Only Christ.

      • DT says:

        Right. I know that the article is refuting the Binitarian and Trinitarian positions but it still refutes the Modalist position. This too, is interacting with the Modalist argument.

        • Mike Gantt says:

          I don’t hold to Modalism either.

          • DT says:

            Do you believe God the Father suffered and died on the cross for your sins? Do you believe Jesus is God the Father?

            • Mike Gantt says:

              The Father died; how else could the Son be heir of all things?

              • DT says:

                Okay. So you believe the Son is the Father. This is what I mean when I say you are a Modalist. Should I use Oneness instead? Also, in regards to your statement – “The Father died; how else could the Son be heir of all things?” – are you suggesting that it was after the ressurection that Jesus became the Son? So what of the holy spirit sent by the Father in the name of the Son (John 14-16)?

                • Mike Gantt says:

                  Modalism and Oneness are simply variations of Trinitarianism, believing that God is one being manifesting Himself in three forms or modes rather than believing this one being consists eternally of three persons. All of these are philosophical constructs, not biblical revelation.

                  What I am telling you is that the Father handed over all things to the Son (Matt 11:27) and that the entire creation is now subject to Christ (Eph 1:10).

                  If you want to understand God better, start with His faithfulness. That is, do you believe God is faithful? Jesus Christ has already come again, and denial of this truth is denial that the New Testament is true. If you don’t believe that God has kept the promises made in the New Testament regarding the coming of His Son then it’s foolish to say you believe in the God of the Bible and a waste of time to argue about the Father and the Son.

                  See also All Bible Prophecy Has Been Fulfilled in Christ.

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