There are only two things wrong with the doctrine of the Trinity. However, they are each fatal to its argument. The Trinity doctrine is incoherent and it is unbiblical.
The trinity doctrine is incoherent. The only possible coherence to three being one is contradiction. To say that there are three “persons” but only one “being” is just semantically sidestepping the issue.
The trinity doctrine is unbiblical. All its defenses were written after the Old and New Testaments were completed. There is no declaration, explanation, or defense of this doctrine in the Bible. It is a doctrine of man whereas the Bible is “Thus saith the Lord.”
The only thing that the doctrine of the Trinity has going for it is over a thousand years of church leaders saying, “Yes, it’s so.” If you walk in the fear of man you’ll find that pretty impressive. However, to those who fear God it is unimpressive to say the least.
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