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Who Do You Say That I Am?

  We are indebted to those who came before us and laid the ground work and conveyed the truth on this vast subject, many at the risk of their own lives and reputations so that we can read of their faithful teachings and their testimonies based on the written Word of G-d and the truth of the Scriptures.

  Because the concept of a non-Trinitarian belief is such a controversial subject and the nature of the material presented is converse to most Trinitarians, it is often times fraught with angry, yet well meaning opponents. I believe that once this article has been read and the Scripture is seen through the eyes and understanding of the Jewish people who wrote them, it will become clear to the readers that the Doctrine of the Trinity is not Scriptural nor can it be supported by any Scriptural text without distorting the meaning of that text. A closer examination of some of the verses used to support the idea of a Trinity will show the doctrine to be flawed and heretical; terms most Trinitarians would like to use to describe our belief!

 When speaking about this doctrine it’s important to use only the language of the Scripture and not to use any other vernacular. The definitions of words and phrases must be supported by the writers of both the Tanach (Old Testament) as well as the Nazarene Codicil (New Testament) and any words used by the English speaker must be defined in the most common terms found in our dictionaries.

I encourage the reader to look up every verse and reference to see if the things present here are based on facts and logic, and not fanciful ideas, blind faith or mysteries; and to confirm in your mind that the things here are factual. It is a dangerous precedence to accept anything on “blind faith”. History has proven over and over again, those who accept things without question are in danger of losing the ability to think for themselves, not to mention a possibility of being led astray by false teachers.

Isaac Newton in his classic textbook on logic writes;

 “The power of reasoning was given us by our Maker, for this very end, to pursue truth; and we abuse one of His richest gifts if we basely yield up to be led astray by any of the meaner powers of nature or the perishing interests of this life. Reason itself, if honestly obeyed, will lead us to receive the divine revelation of the gospel, where it is duly proposed, and this will show us the path to life everlasting”. [Logic, Pub. 1724. Reprinted by Soli Deo Gloria Publications, Morgan, PA, 1996 p.325] [1]

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