The Trinity Lie

The belief that the Trinity - that the father is God, the Son is God and the Holy Spirit is God - is a heinous lie of the worst kind. Not only does it distort the simple truth of the Bible but it also prevents one from enjoying a close personal relationship with God. After all, you can't be close to someone you don't know much less understand.

Here's what I mean -

Luke 1:36 states that Mary and Elizabeth are cousins, and that John is 6 months older than Jesus, making John and Jesus second cousins. Luke 3:23 says Jesus was about 30 years old when he was baptized by John, and here is where the "mystery" begins.

The Trinity teachers claim that Jesus is God. This immediately makes John God's second cousin, and makes John 6 months older than God - and man was here on earth thousands of years BEFORE God was born. This is ridiculous, but it gets even better.

When you read Luke 3:21, 22, John had the unspeakable privilege of baptizing his Creator, who was also his second cousin. But the incredible thing is that John was 6 months old BEFORE his Creator was born.

The Trinity teachers say that the Holy Spirit is also God. So, now, get this! While John is standing there in the water, he sees God come down and sit down on top of his own head. And, that's not all - he gets a good look at God. God is now either a bird sitting on top of what looks like a man (or is it the other way round?)

Then, he discovers this God-Bird-Man is also a ventriloquist - while he stands there in utter disbelief, God tells a deliberate LIE to the people who are watching. Obviously he doesn't want the people to know that he is really God, so he throws his voice to make it appear like someone in Heaven is speaking and saying "This is my beloved Son in whom I am well pleased."

This is amazing!! No wonder proponents of the Athanasian Creed call it a mystery. Thing is, "God is not a God of confusion" which makes the Trinity a despicable lie. (1 Corinthians 14:33)
maxximiliann maxximiliann
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1 Response Sep 21, 2012

It's a difficult thing to understand. The trinity is not a matter of these 3 forms being the same thing but rather Jesus being in and of God, the Holy Spirit being in and of Jesus and God. So if you think of it more as In and Of it makes sense. Kind of like the 3 muskateers, silly I know but it's an all for One and One for all type of thing. They all work together for a combined purpose yet also different needs. In these verses in the bible if you remember it says God SENT HIS son, God SENT HIS Spirit, Jesus GAVE HIS Holy Spirit. Yes the concept doesn't make sense but neither does the concept of some unseeable being existing in some mystical place called Heaven, but it sounds like you believe in that?

You're overlooking the fact that it's not a Bible based teaching. It's a myth cooked up by Catholicism. Haven't you ever wondered why the loyal worshipers of God in ancient Israel didn't worship a triune God?