Does the Series of Images Below seem Strange to You?
That's Great because they should. They are not only strange, but Mystic in nature and they expose the mystery behind this doctrine called the Trinity. Honestly, I would have no problem with the word Trinity if the bible mentioned it, but it doesn't, not once. Have you ever wondered why?
If the Creator of this Universe desired to be called Trinity
He would have clearly ordained it with serious rock solid documentation, having no room for confusion. There is no mystery as God proclaims of Himself 'I Am that I Am. The fact that the word Trinity is missing from scripture should at least give you a hint of the mysticism of man's intellectual compromise.
Yes, God has ordained and clarified His name throughout scripture, and yes, God is a Godhead with Jesus of Nazerath, the true Christ being the Fullness of the Godhead. The word Trinity is openly declared as a mystery by those who follow it, but this mysticism has been derived from the Babylonian mystery religions of the Tower of Babel, Nimrod, Semiramis and Tammuz.
The Geneva Bible, Revelation 3: 20-22 says Behold, I stand at the door, and knock, If any man hear my voice, and open the door, I will come in unto him, and will sup with him, and he with me. To him that overcometh, will I grant to sit with me in my throne, even as I overcame, and sit with my Father in his throne.
There is no scriptural reference of God the Father and Son ever separating again, nor of a third person of the Trinity, the Holy Spirit setting there with the Father or the Son, nor having ever set on God's throne. I have earnestly searched the scriptures and my personal belief is that God Himself took on the form of a Man and paid the sin debt for mankind.
Most people don't know what the Trinity doctrine really teaches
is the Creator of this Universe, three Persons as One God? No, I am not promoting a religion, reality is I'm not a religious person at all, just a strict Literalist and follower of Jesus Christ of Nazareth. The bibles reference to God is the Godhead, religions definition of the Christian God is the Trinity, is this your view, is it compatible with who God says that He is?
Before we begin, I'll explain who I believe God is and you can then compare my belief system with your own, then hopefully we can reason further. I believe in one God, He created all things, He has no need for man's definition of Himself and His judgments are perfect. My God lacks nothing, needs nothing from his creation, He does however desire a relationship with us, to be His child with Him being our God.
The Godhead was made manifest in the flesh by the Name above all Names
fulfilling the redemption of mankind through the shedding of His Blood, Jesus Christ of Nazareth. The Fullness of the Godhead having completed His sacrifice on the cross, set down on His Fathers throne as One with the Father. The Holy Spirit is the Spirit of God the Father and God the Son, God being One in Christ Jesus, the Great I Am.
Time has no place with my God, He doesn't look at us as who we are today, He looks at us as who we will be, our life is complete in Gods eyes, from the day you were born till the day you will die, our lives are both open and closed with God. My God knew the wheat and the tares of every generation, from the very foundation of time, the bottom line is, God knows you, your good and your bad.
Because of sin we are separated from our creator and that is why God Himself came to earth as a man and purchased our sin debt on the cross, taking our punishment upon Himself therefore satisfying His own wrath for our sin. Without God's payment for our sins we would be without hope and destined to pay for our sins on Judgement day. I will end my statement of faith with this, there is One God, One Lord, One Throne.
The English word "trinity" is derived from Latin trinitas
Meaning 'the number three, a triad' in Greek its Τριάς, meaning 'a set of three'. This Graeco-Roman theology is traceable back to Plato's triad philosophy and the word Trinity shares its Pagan Roots with the Chaldaeans, Babylonians, Assyrians, and Egyptians. These Triads of gods were common in the origin and genealogy of their gods.
The first recorded use of this Greek word in Christian theology was by Theophilus of Antioch in about 170 and it was not about a Divine Trinity when he wrote: In like manner also the three days which were before the luminaries, are types of the Trinity [Τριάδος], of God, and His Word, and His wisdom. And the fourth is the type of man, who needs light, that so there may be God, the Word, wisdom, man.
Tertullian, a Latin theologian is credited as being the first to use the Latin words 'Trinity', 'person' and 'substance' when he wrote in the early 3rd century, to explain that the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit as 'one in essence, not one in Person'. In Rome Isis, Osiris, and Horus, the Egyptian trinity of the mystery religions were popular, but the popularity of the cult was phased out in Rome in 394 AD as Christianity was phased in.
Today, Luciferian religions use this Babylonian trinity mainly as Isis Osiris, Isis and Horus
but the concept has been embedded in all religions. The Trinity doctrine does not line up with who God says He is in any way, shape or form. I AM (singualr) that I Am (singular), To Be (singular) compared to the word Trinity (Plural, Triune, Triad, a three Person Godhead). Don't believe me?
Lets try a few scriptures on for size then, you do your own research and come to your own conclusions concerning comparisons between the Creator God of the Universe and this Humanistic, Luciferian Mystery Religion Doctrine called the Trinity. God vs the Trinity. No matter how popular a view is, standing firm against it is not heresy when that view is adding to scripture, which the Trinity doctrine has clearly done in defining who God is.