The Trinity Is Not Only Unbiblical – It’s AntiBiblical

It’s not just that the Bible doesn’t support the doctrine of the Trinity.  It’s that the Trinity doctrine contradicts the Bible.

Most notably, the doctrine of the Trinity is at odds with the Bible’s emphasis on Christ.  Where the Bible is constantly drawing attention to Christ, the Trinity is constantly saying that the Son must share the spotlight with the Father and the Holy Spirit.  For example, the Bible quotes the Father as saying, “Listen to My Son” (Matthew 17:5), the Holy Spirit will not speak of Himself but only of Jesus (John 16:13-14), and yet Jesus says that His own words are the determining factor in the outcome of a person’s life (Luke 6:46-49).  There is no doubt that in the Bible, all eyes point to Christ.  Trinitarians, by contrast, are uncomfortable letting Jesus so singularly stand out.

Discard the convoluted and idolatrous trinity doctrine.  Let’s forsake our sins and worship Jesus Christ our Lord!

For more on this subject, see:

There Is No Trinity; There Is Christ

Posts to Date on the Trinity Versus Christ

One Reply to “The Trinity Is Not Only Unbiblical – It’s AntiBiblical”

  1. No phrases or words such as “God the Son” and “God the Holy Spirit” can ever be found in the Holy Bible. Only “God the Father” and “Son of God’ are ever recorded in the New Testament. (Ephesians 1:3; John20:31) The doctrine of Trinity or Triune God is very contradicted and anti-biblical. It contradicts not only the First Commandment, or the Shema (Deuteronomy 6:4) but also the rest of the Biblical texts that testified the Oneness of God, or Yahweh (Jehovah). See Mark 12:29-32; Isaiah 44:8; 1 Corinthians 8:6; Romans 3:29; 1 Timothy 2:5; John 14:28. Jesus is a nontrinitarian Jew who strictly obey the Law of Moses especially the Shema on Deuteronomy 6:4.

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