Pagan Trinity Exposed

Is the Trinity doctrine in the Bible? Why do Christians believe in a Trinity? Lets take a clear and unbiased look at the Bible and Christian history. The Pagan Trinity Exposed.

  • The word “Trinity” and its concept is absent from the Old and New testaments.
  • The notion of the Trinity is not new, but goes back to the start of civilization.
  • The Trinity doctrine was not firmly established until over 300 years after the Messiah.
  • The codification of the Trinity was motivated from political pressure.
  • The Father is greater and superior to the Son.
  • The Holy Spirit represents the power of the Father, not a third of a Trinity.
  • The Father and Son are not one in being, but one in mind and goal
  • While the Messiah is not eternal, He preexisted as the active Word, i.e., logos.

As mankind ponders the nature of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit, it’s important that we study and confirm the truth behind this crucial subject. This begins by letting go of preconceived thoughts and biases and acknowledging the pages of Scripture as the sole source of authority. Only through a forthright look at the Word can we decipher and break through 2,000 years of man’s tradition.

Go even more in-depth! Read “Identifying Father, Son, and Holy Spirit”

 

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Billy
3 years ago

thanks

Karyn A Keyser
Karyn A Keyser
2 years ago

Wonderful information! I am very thankful this ministry is getting the truth out! Unfortunately, there is to much twisted and confusing teachings straight from the author of confusion and accepted/adopted by many people. In my studies, i have found many trinity leaders cannot even agree with each other, even encyclopedias state there are approximately 56 definitions to the trinity. That’s how confusing that pagan doctrine truly is. It is very sad. But, we need and have a mission to get the truth out. So, I thank you so very much for sharing this truth! I am ETERNALLY thankful! May God… Read more »

ESTEVES FRANCISCO
ESTEVES FRANCISCO
1 year ago

EXPLAIN ISAIAH 9 : 6 KJV THE PROPHET ISAIAH CALLS THE SON GOD AND EVERLASTING FATHER .. ALSO SEE JOHN 14 : 9 KJV AND COLOSSIANS 2 : 9 KJV

Allen
Allen
Reply to  ESTEVES FRANCISCO
4 months ago

Isa 9:6 For a Child shall be born unto us, a Son shall be given unto us, and the rule is on His shoulder. And His Name is called Wonder, Counsellor, Strong Ěl(410), Father of Continuity, Prince of Peace. (Scriptures 1998+) Out of the Hebrew Concordance. Elohiym or El does not translate G-D. It generally means Mighty-Ones or Mighty-One. H410 אל ‘êl Shortened from H352; strength; as adjective mighty; H352 איל ayil From the same as H193; properly strength; hence anything strong; specifically a chief (politically); also a ram (from his strength); a pilaster (as a strong support); an oak or… Read more »

John D. Johnson
John D. Johnson
10 months ago

I’m noticing great similarities between YRM and the Watchtower Society. Am I right?

Christie
Christie
Reply to  John D. Johnson
9 months ago

I’m just hearing about YRM, but I’m getting a very similar impression as well. Definitely looks like they had common influences at least.

Allen
Allen
Reply to  Christie
4 months ago

All of christianity has similarities. They are not the same. They all have their own instructions/Torah to follow. And! They do not mix very well, do they?
JW’s know the name is Yahuah but refuse to use it. (that “J” thing)
They do not believe in:
The 7th day sabbath,
The Holidays of Yahuah,
The name of Yahuah’s son Yahushua,
The biblical new year,
You can find some similarities in all religions… So what.

YRM is in the true worship of YHWH and doing it His way.
Shabbath shalom Allen

Wendell Richa
Wendell Richa
3 months ago

Mat28:19, is the only one verse that support a trinity doctrine but in reality this is not what it means to be a triune belief. Even most Christians did not satisfied the view because the name of their father is not a name actually, the title lord and god is not a name, except the jehovah’s witness,for jehovah is a name but an erroneous pronunciation of the Almighty One of Israel as what Encyclopedia Americana said. The name jesus could be a name of the son but not the real one. In the name of the Holy Spirit, they cannot… Read more »

Ron
Ron
Reply to  Wendell Richa
2 months ago

I agree with all except Father and Son being two. Elohim is One, He is YHWH/Yeshua. I’m talking about One Person not two. He doesn’t give His glory to another (Isaiah 42:8) and there’s no other God (Isaiah 45:5).