When the Son Began Speaking, the Father Went Silent

Among the last utterances we have from the Father in the Scriptures is “This is My beloved Son in whom I’m well pleased; listen to Him” (Matthew 17:5; Mark 9:7; Luke 9:35).  That marked the time that the Son began speaking with the Father keeping relative silence.  It’s been that way ever since.

Trinitarians act like it’s the Father who is still speaking and the Son  who has gone silent, but it’s the other way around according to the Scriptures.  Haven’t the Trinitarians noticed that the Father “retired” when He handed all things over to the Son (Matthew 11:27).

So, since the Son began speaking, the Father went silent (Hebrews 1:1-2).  Wonder why?

It’s because God spoke as the Father when He was the Father, and has been speaking as the Son since He became the Son.  And now the Son is the Father once again (Isaiah 9:6-7).  (When God sent His Son to die for the sins of the world, He was sending Himself.)

For more on this subject, see:

There Is No Trinity; There Is Only Christ

Posts to Date on the Trinity Versus Christ

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