Trinity Doctrine: Not Biblical, Not From Yahweh

We are deeply concern about the very sad reality that many professing Christians still believe that Yahweh the Father, Yahshua the Son, and the Holy Spirit form what is commonly known as the Trinity. Truth be told, the Word of Yahweh, the Bible, certainly do not approved of the Trinity doctrine that’s being promoted and passed along to people for so many years. The doctrine of the Trinity is summed up as a belief in one Elohim (Yahweh) existing in three separate but equal persons. This is a common assumption among many sincere religious people. Can a person be fully sincere but is totally wrong at the same time? Absolutely! Why? Because believing a traditional and man-made doctrine not actually taught in the Bible does not make a person right! To begin this many still do not fully comprehend the hebrew word Elohim that has both a singular and plural usage. Many are bias and prefer to use the plural form only and force the wrong concept of triad into it, thus making an erroneous assumption and refer to it as Trinity. Understand that Elohim does not specify a number, only a plurality. The apostle Paul had warned the people of Galatia to stay away from religious leaders who were preaching another “gospel” apart from the Bible! Paul had these words to say: “But even if we, or an angel from heaven, preach any other gospel to you than what we have preached to you, let him be accursed” (Galatians 1:8). Let the Bible interpret itself now to prove the Trinity doctrine is not biblical and it’s not from Yahweh!

Let us now explore the true origin of the so-called “Trinity” doctrine, shall we? Many historians and religious scholars commonly agree the ideas of the Greek philosopher Plato influenced much of the development and acceptance of the false doctrine of Trinity. Additionally, another person in history, the Roman emperor Constantine the Great, while himself not really a Christian, convened and played a major role in the Council of Nicaea, which laid the groundwork for acceptance of the Trinity doctrine. The doctrine of the Trinity developed gradually after the completion of the New Testament in the heat of controversy, but the church fathers who developed it believed they were simply explaining divine revelation and not at all speculating or inventing new man-made ideas or doctrines. The full indoctrination of the Trinity was spelled out in the fourth century at two great universal councils of Nicaea (325 A.D.) and Constantinople (38 A.D.). Keep in your mind this very popular and yet misleading doctrine was never taught by the early biblical apostles and their followers! To reiterate, the concept of the Trinity doctrine is a belief in one Elohim (Yahweh) existing in three separate but equal persons. If you believe that then why did Yahshua Himself directly contradict that concept when He said: “You have heard Me say to you, “I am going away and coming back to you.” If you loved Me, you would rejoice because I said, “I am going to the Father,” for My Father is greater than I (John 14:28). That’s the Savior’s own answer! Is Yahshua a liar? Never! Get real now friends and honestly ask yourselves do you really want to go against the very own words of Master Yahshua Messiah? We hope not. Learn and obey what is true as, “knowing the truth shall set you free” (John 8:32).

What are the Bible proofs that shows the Trinity is not a single being? The following Bible passages will plainly illustrate the Father (Yahweh) and the Son (Yahshua) clearly is not a “one” being as what many people claim it is. Yahshua the Messiah was begotten by His Father (Hebrews 1:5). Did Yahshua beget Himself? Yahshua the Messiah said His Father (Yahweh) was greater than He was (John 14:28). Does this mean Yahshua was greater than Himself? Yahshua the Messiah prayed to His Father. (John 17:1). Was Yahshua praying to Himself? Yahshua the Messiah said He would ascend to the Father (Yahweh) after His resurrection (John 20:17). Did Yahshua ascend to Himself? In addition, the Father (Yahweh) said Yahshua would sit at His right hand until His enemies were made His footstool (Matthew 22:44). Was Yahshua to sit at His own right hand? Yahshua the Messiah told His disciples that no one knows the day or the hour of His return but the Father (Yahweh) only (Matthew 24:36). Did Yahshua really know but made up an excuse to not tell them? Yahshua the Messiah cried out, “My Elohim, My Elohim, why have You forsaken Me?” (Matthew 27:46). Had Yahshua forsaken Himself? These plain and clear Bible passages prove beyond any and all reasonable doubts that this corrupt and blasphemous Trinity doctrine is not only very unbiblical, but also utterly not logical! May almighty Yahweh and Yahshua give you the ears to hear and the eyes to see all Their righteousness and faithful truth.

But how is Elohim (Yahweh) One? Understand that the Holy Scriptures (Bible) describes the church as one body with many members. The divine family of Yahweh is similar–although only one family, it has two distinct members in transcendent glory, with more to be added according to Yahweh’s plan. It is worth repeating that we let you know Elohim is a noun that is plural in form but is normally singular in usage. Elohim is plural which means Mighty Ones. There are two Mighty Ones, the Most High (Yahweh) and the Word (Yahshua). But, collectively, as Elohim, the two are seen as one Elohim. Many people still do not fully comprehend how the Bible uses numbers. This very factor alone largely contribute to considerable confusion and has led religious people, many Christians included, to Scriptural errors and misunderstandings such as the Trinity, an incorrect and erroneous belief that three persons are one divine being. Therefore, as the early saints declared in the past, we now also proclaim to you the oneness of Elohim means the Almighty Father (Yahweh) and His Son Yahshua the Messiah as two separate Beings is one in unity, belief, direction and purpose. Yahweh and Yahshua are not one single Being as many claim. They are two separate most Holy and Mighty Spirit Beings! Let it be known to you also the Holy Spirit is not a Being, as it is the divine power, and the active mind, and the very presence of Yahweh!

Why is it then that the Holy Spirit is sometimes referred to as “He” and “Him” in the Bible? It it simply because the later or modern English translators of the Bible have incorrectly refer to the Holy Spirit with the masculine rather than neuter pronouns. Thus the Holy Spirit is almost always referred to as “he” or “him” in the more modern Bible versions. This reflects not linguistic accuracy, but the doctrinal bias or incorrect assumptions of the many modern Bible translators who wrongly believe the Holy Spirit is a person! But some of you may point to this Bible verse to prove the Trinity when Yahshua the Messiah spoke these words: “Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit” (Matthew 28:19). But wait! It is very crucial that you understand this Bible verse presumes that, before being baptized, believers will learn of Yahweh, His Son Yahshua the Messiah and the Holy Spirit. That Bible passage also show us the process of baptism and reveals entering Yahweh’s family involves the Father (Yahweh), the Son (Yahshua) and the Holy Spirit. It is not in any way, shape, or form a description of the nature of Yahweh and Yahshua which is infinite love! Yahweh revealed His nature to Moses as being “gracious and merciful, longsuffering, abounding in goodness and truth, keeping mercy for thousands, forgiving iniquity and transgression and sin” (Exodus 34:6-7), not Elohim Yahweh as being three persons!

In summary, while the true identity of the Father (Yahweh), Son (Yahshua the Messiah), and Holy Spirit has been a long standing debate and controversy throughout the history of the Church, the Bible is very clear on the following facts or truths: The word “Trinity” and its concept is nowhere to be found in the whole Bible (Old and New Testaments); the Father (Yahweh) and Son (Yahshua) are not one Being, but one in mind and goal; the Holy Spirit represents the divine power and active mind and the very presence of the Father (Yahweh) and it is not the third person of a Trinity; the doctrine of Trinity was not firmly established until more than three hundred years after Yahshua Messiah; the codification of the Trinity doctrine was motivated from political pressure; Yahshua the Messiah already preexisted with Yahweh as the active Word or logos; and the Father (Yahweh) is greater and superior to the Son (Yahshua). Our humble ministry will never compromise the truth of the Bible. It is our mission to be the light and salt of this earth by sharing the truth of Yahweh to all the nations and people. We are not here to fight or argue, but to spread love and proclaim the Bible truth. We know it’s hard to debunk the fallacy concerning the Trinity. We only hope and pray that you start to acknowledge the Bible as the only source of true authority. May the blessings of Almighty Yahweh and Savior Yahshua be with you. Please share this true and faithful message to others. Shalom, Halleluyah!

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