GOD IS NOT A TRINITY AND MAN IS NOT A TRIUNE BEING
This article is not a seperate one of it's own but is simply cut out of Lecture 4.3 of www.TheTrueacademy.com
8 DOCTRINAL ERRORS IN THE BIBLE
The Bible- though is scripture, yet has been infiltrated and corrupted
Casual observation and study of the Bible seem to reveal doctrinal errors but careful observation and study of it further classifies these observed doctrinal errors into 2 categories:
- Doctrinal errors arising from a desperate infiltration and corruption of the Bible text.
- Doctrinal errors arising from a mere misinterpretation and misunderstanding of the Bible.
We aim to look at true doctrinal errors that arise from the actual corruption of the Bible text and are therefore supposed to omit the second category of doctrinal errors from our discussion, but it would very much be helpful to use this opportunity to discuss them so as to clarify them.
8 major cases which are either actual doctrinal errors or which only appear to be doctrinal errors will be discussed here and briefly studied to determine if they are errors by text corruption or errors by text misinterpretation. The number of doctrinal errors in the Bible is not limited to just 8 actually but these 8 have been picked out because they are the ones that can rid or almost rid one of his or her salvation if they’re strongly believed and not denounced. They include:
- The Gospel
- The Calendars
- Tongue Speaking
- The Nature of God And of Man
6THE NATURE OF GOD AND OF MAN
6A: THE NATURE OF GOD
The Christians teach that God is a trinity of Father, son and Holy Spirit but the truth is that God himself said he is one being [Deu 6:4]. So how do we reconcile these two professions? You will come to realize that the persons of the Father, son and the Holy Spirit are indeed "spiritually" the same one person as God (who knows himself best) stated and below are 5 steps to comprehensively grasp this fact:
- God is one person [Deu 6:4; Mar 12:29-32], making him one God.
- The one God is our Father [Isa 63:16; 64:8; Mal 2:10; Mt 6:9], making him God The Father.
- God The Father is holy [Lev 11:45], making him God the Holy Father.
- God the holy Father is spirit [Joh 4:24], making him God the Holy Spirit-Father
- God the Holy Spirit-Father is therefore the Holy Spirit.The Father and the Holy Spirit are the same one person. This is why the Holy Spirit has no personal name like the Father and the son because the Holy Spirit is literally the same person as the Father. The Father has no body but is spirit and this is why spirit is used to represent the Father’s very presence [Psa 139:7-8]. The Father is spirit and if the spirit Father is holy, then the Father is the Holy Spirit. It is insane, ridiculous and embarrassing that the Christians can’t see this.
- The word of the Holy Spirit-Father is truth [Joh 17:17].
- The word of the Holy Spirit-Father which is truth was made flesh to become Yahushua/Jesus [Joh 1:14].
- Therefore Yahushua/Jesus, the word in flesh is the truth [Joh 14:6].
- The Holy Spirit of the Father is the spirit of truth [Joh 15:26; 14:16-17].
- If the Holy Spirit is the spirit of truth and Yahushua/Jesus is truth then it goes without saying that The Holy Spirit is the spirit of Yahushua/Jesus even as [Rom 8:9] said.
- If the Father is the Holy Spirit and the Holy Spirit is the spirit of Yahushua/Jesus, then Yahushua/Jesus becomes the body and the visible revelation of the Holy Spirit-Father [Joh 14:9].
- If the Father is the Holy Spirit and the Holy Spirit is the spirit of Yahushua/Jesus and Yahushua/Jesus is the body of the spirit holy Father, then Yahushua/Jesus who isn’t of course physically one with the Father (for the Father has no body) is rather "spiritually" one with the Father and is "spiritually" the same person as the Holy Spirit-Father [Joh 17:11; 22-23; 10:30].
If any mystery exists in the Godhead, it would particularly exist in the person of Yahushua/Jesus; for Yahushua/Jesus was both the Father (spiritually) and the son (physically) therefore he was fully deity and fully man. On the Messiah visibly lied all the mystery of God.
- God is the alpha and omega [Rev 1:8; 21:6]
- The first and the last [Rev 1:17; 2:8; 1:11]
- And also the beginning and the end [Rev 22:13]
- Who is also the root of David and the offspring of David [Rev 22:16]
- Who is the lion of Judah [Rev 5:5] and the lamb [Joh 1:29; 1:36]
- Who is also the Father and the son [Isa 9:6]
Wonderful indeed. Time will not permit us to discuss this topic conclusively, but you will be guided as to exactly where to acquire this knowledge from at the end of the lectures.
I know the Muslims must have begun to think that they of course understand the concept of one God, but look deeper, the Muslims indeed do not yet understand the concept of the one God of the Bible and so they too would have to keep paying attention.
The Muslims often ask, did Yahushua/Jesus ever confess that he was God and should be worshipped, the simple answer to that is yes but nevertheless, Muslims need to understand that the fact that Yahushua/Jesus is God does not mean he is the one to be worshipped. Some Christians need to get this too. God the Holy Spirit-Father was the very one who covered himself with flesh to become the Yahushua/Jesus we know today without him ceasing to be God the Holy Spirit-Father for spirit is infinite and cannot be divided into smaller parts, God The Father in his spirit form is the true form of God [Joh 4:24] and the one who should be worshipped, God The Father in his human form is the humbled form of God who must be subjective to the true form of God and should therefore worship the true form of God [Joh 17:3]. All men must worship God. This is the simple reason why the Messiah being God in flesh yet worshipped God in spirit. It’s not rocket science.
- Jesus said he existed before Abraham was, [Joh 8:58].
- Jesus said seeing him is seeing the Father [Joh 14:6-7].
- Jesus forgave sins like God does [Mt 9:2-6].
- Jesus revealed that he is one with the Father [Joh 10:30] (spiritually that is).
- Jesus said he is the Father (He) [Joh 8:19-28] (spiritually that is).
- Jesus says he would be sitting on the throne with his 12 Apostles [Mt 19:28; 25:31; Luk 1:32; Rev 1:7-8] and [Rev 4:5] proves that it is Yahushua/Jesus who is on the throne that speaks in [Rev 1:4]. In [Rev 4:2], John beholds one throne. Yahushua/Jesus on the throne utters that he is the alpha and the omega [Rev 21:5-6] and vows to be our God in [Rev 21:7].
- In the beginning was Yahushua/Jesus (spiritually), and Yahushua/Jesus was with God (spiritually) and Yahushua/Jesus was God (spiritually) [Joh 1:1]. He only became physically God when he was begotten.
- Jesus worked miracles (healing the lame and raising the dead) without praying to no God and did these in the name of no one like we do [Luk 5:23-26; Joh 11:43-44].
- The scripture literally says that Yahushua/Jesus is the Father himself [Isa 9:6] (of course spiritually).
- John called Yahushua/Jesus the embodiment of the Holy Spirit-Father [Joh 3:34; Mt 28:19].
- In Yahushua/Jesus dwelled the fullness of the Godhead bodily [Col 2:9]. The Godhead there doesn’t refer to a trinity but to the One Holy Spirit-Father.
- Thomas upon his awakening called Yahushua/Jesus his Lord (master) and his God (creator) [Joh 20:28]
- Jesus is said to be the Great God (creator) [Tit 2:13] and also the savior (master) [2 Pe 1:1].
- Jesus said to be from everlasting [Mic 5:2].
- Jesus said to exist before John the Baptist [Joh 1:15, 30].
- Jesus the Lord is referred to as the Holy Spirit himself [2 Co 3:14-17].
- Finally, if critics think the Bible never portrayed Yahushua/Jesus as God, what then was the reason the Bible gave for his crucifixion?, the Bible says he was accused of blasphemy, for calling himself God [Joh 10:32; Mt 26:65], plain enough isn’t it?
There is a trinity doctrine taught by the Bible and this doctrine of the trinity is indeed the very foundation of Christianity itself. You cannot help but agree with us that this is plainly revealed in [1 Jn 5:7], but that said, both the Christians, Jews and Muslims need to understand that the doctrine of the trinity as laid out in [1 Jn 5:7] does not speak of the physiological nature of God like the Christians have wrongly thought for hundreds of years but it speaks of his attributive nature, it speaks of 3 aspects of one God as he relates to our salvation. Read that again, the biblical trinity speaks of 3 revelations or aspects of one God and not one God in 3 persons.
The Christians read [1 Jn 5:7] and point out that 3 persons of the Father, son and the Holy Spirit are identified as
the 3 that bear record in heaven but when you look deeper, you quickly realize that John never really wrote that
these 3 AGREE AS one as the church believes but said these 3 ARE one. John further rids off all doubt regarding the
oneness of God as if on a desperate attempt to make things clear to a confused church when he wrote in the next
verse [1 Jn 5:8] about the fact that the 3 who bear witness on earth all agree in one.
Now the big question is this, if John really wanted to paint the picture of a Godhead of 3 persons, and very well knew how to express this seeing that he used the expression agree in one for something else in a verse just preceding the so-called trinity verse, why then didn’t he just write that the Father, word and the holy ghost all agree in one but rather wrote that these three are one? Well that’s because the Hebrew James knew the Father so well and very well knew what he was doing when he omitted that (trinity insinuating phrase) and wouldn’t even write to make us develop the notion that the Godhead was a family of 3 persons, and that is exactly why he used a different expression- these 3 are one, to describe the Godhead because he knows that God is one [Deu 6:4]. It would take a desperate mistranslation attempt to make James’ one-God-person to mean a 3-God-persons and this is what the church has shamefully done.
The dilemma the Church can’t seem to solve
The church came across a dilemma, they seemingly saw three people that are actually one and didn’t know how to resolve the puzzle, so they took the easy route concluding out of hopelessness, confusion and desperation, that these 3 persons must be one in agreement and not really in person forgetting that the Lord who is the same yesterday, today and forever had said he is one God [Deu 6:4]. Let’s not be so childish and petty in the face of hopelessness and confusion but let us engage the first teacher. How do you successfully resolve a case of 3 seeming persons yet said to be one as seen in [1 Jn 5:7] and [Deu 6:4]? Wisdom says that the only way both statements can be true is if the 3 persons are simply 3 revelations of aspects of one God. There you go. And to add to the clarification, did any one notice that John on referring to the Father, son and the Holy Spirit in [1 Jn 5:7] never even said THERE ARE 3 PEOPLE but simply said THERE ARE 3? As if he was desperately trying his best not to give us any reason to begin to think about God as being a plurality. This is the right interpretation of James statement and the exposure of the true doctrine of the trinity.
The true trinity as taught in [1 Jn 5:7] is about
- Revelation and not essentiality.
- It’s about attribute and not physiology.
- The true trinity is about one God revealing himself in 3 ways so as to function in 3 different capacities and not about 3 actual gods who agree as one.
It wasn’t really that hard after all. Just open your mind and don’t be so rigid. The biblical trinity speaks of 3 revelations of aspects of one God and not one God in 3 persons.
- God as Father is the creator of all spirits [Num 16:22; 27:16].
- God in flesh is the literal savior of mankind [Luk 2:11].
- And God as Holy Spirit is the power of God given to the saved mankind [Acts 1:8; 10:38].
4 Simple questions for the church about the nature of God
- If the Holy Spirit is a different person from the Father
Why doesn’t he have a personal name like the Father (Yahuah) and the son (Yahushua)?
- And why is he excluded from all the greetings in the epistles of both the head Apostle Peter [1 Pe 1:3; 2 Pe 1:2]?
- And all the greetings in the epistles of the man the church takes as the greatest Apostle- Paul [Rom 1:7; 1 Co 1:3; 2 Co 1:2; Gal 1:3; Eph 1:2; Php 1:2; Col 1:2; 1 Th 1:1; 2 Th 1:2; 1 Tim 1:2; 2 Tim 1:2; Tit 1:1; Php 1:3; Heb 1:1-2]?
- If [2 Co 3:14-17] says: But their minds were blinded: for until this day remaineth the same vail untaken away in
the reading of the Old Testament; which vail is done away in Christ. But even unto this day, when Moses is read, the
vail is upon their heart. Nevertheless when it shall turn to the Lord, the vail shall be taken away. Now the Lord is that
Spirit: and where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is liberty.
And the church says: the Holy Spirit is not the spirit of Yahushua/Jesus.
How then does the church answer this question?
Since the veil is done away in Christ [2 Co 3:14] and he is the Lord [2 Co 3:16], is [2 Co 3:17] therefore referring to Yahushua/Jesus as the spirit of the Lord?
- If you answer no, then you disagree with these scriptures.
- If you answer yes, then you have just admitted that Yahushua/Jesus is the Holy Spirit.
Think please before you answer this question and take your time; I’ll wait for the answers on my email or Facebook inboxes.
6THE NATURE OF GOD AND OF MAN
6B: THE NATURE OF MAN
The Christians teach that man is a tripartite being consisting of spirit, soul and body. This wasn’t hard for them to come up with seeing that they had already made God (in whose image we were supposedly created) to be a trinity. They teach that man is a spirit with a soul and living in a body (I can remember being confused about this and asking my pastor to identify for me the one of this three who is truly me), but the truth is that the Bible itself teaches that man is indeed one being [Gen 2:7; 1 Co 15:45] - a living soul. So how then can we reconcile these two professions? Well, we will come to realize that the spirit, soul and body of man are spiritually the same one being and below are 5 steps to comprehensively grasp this fact:
- Spirit and heart mean the same one thing [Deu 2:30; Jos 5:1; 1 Sa 1:15].
- Spirit/heart and mind mean the same one thing for if [Psa 143:4] and [Rom 2:29] prove that heart and spirit are the same one thing and [Mt 15:18-19] together with [Psa 139:23] proves that heart and mind means the same one thing, then the intelligent mind must agree that spirit, heart and mind must all mean the same one thing. Spirit, heart and mind are simply different ways of looking at the same one inner man. Spirit, heart and mind simply speaks of the entirety, emotion and mentality of the one inner-man respectively.
- Spirit/heart/mind and soul mean the same one thing: Soul is heart and heart is soul even as taught by the scripture [Luk 2:35; Deu 6:4-5; Psa 24:3-4; Acts 4:32; 3 Jn 1:2; Mt 10:28; 1 Sa 1:15; Jdg 10:16; 16:16-17; 1 Ch 22:19]. This is why the scripture can conclude that mind heart and soul mean the same one thing [Mt 22:37].
Scripture teaches us that soul has a dual meaning for soul is another word for a bodily person. The portion of scripture that first introduces us to this understanding is [Gen 2:7]; it makes us understand that man only became a living soul when the breath of life was put into him by God. This is to say that before the man received that breath of life, he was obviously what? He was obviously of course a dead soul. Dead soul? Yea- dead soul. This is where the light bulb comes on. A dead soul is a dead body without life. It’s that simple, don’t make it complicated. Soul there means a bodily person even as backed up by numerous scripture [Lev 5:1-2; Acts 27:37; 7:14; 3:23; 2:41; 43; 4; 16:31; 17:11-12; Job 7:11; 10:1; 12:10; 19:2; 1 Ki 17:21-22; Job 23:13; 16:2, 10; 22:29; 30:3; Gen 12:13; 27:25; 42:21; Gen 46:15; Jdg 16:16-17; 1 Sa 1:26; 18:1; 2 Sa 13:39; Psa 49:15; 56:13; 66:9; 86:13; Psa 97:10; 107:18; Pro 3:22; Gen 2:7; Jer 5:29; 1 Pe 3:20;Gen 46:18; Jos 11:11; Acts 27:37; Rom 13:1; Isa 29:8]
The church says souls are immaterial only, but If souls are really only immaterial and are not bodily beings:
- How can they eat and drink [Luk 12:19; Lev 7:18]?
- And how can they die [Rev 16:3; 6:9-11; Jos 10:28, 39; 11:11; Rev 20:4]?
If souls can’t die like the church wants us to believe, how come is it said that 8 souls were saved from a flood [1 Pe 3:20]? What we are learning now is an understanding the church has ignored for thousands of years. Soul has a dual meaning, the bodily aspect of a being which can be harmed and killed [Jas 5:20] and the emotional aspect of a being which death cannot harm [Mt 10:28], rather than be quick to judge with a bias seeing what we want to believe in the scripture, let us apply wisdom and study to find out what the scripture is really saying. You cannot fully grasp the scripture if you are fond of always reading it out of its context. The summary here is that while spirit always refers to the immaterial aspect of man, soul doesn’t because the word soul has 2 meanings.
The first of the only two valid Bible references the church always pull out to justify man as being a spirit with a soul and living in a body is [1 Th 5:23]. Using this scripture as proof for spirit and soul meaning separate things doesn’t hold water because the conjunction "and", is not always used like a divider to link separate things as we see for example, in the case of heart (spiritual) and flesh (physical) in [Psa 84:2]. "And" can also be used like a mirror to image the same things such as heart and spirit [Psa 77:6] or flesh and skin [Lam 3:4], even as seen in many other Bible verses. [Gen 26:5; Jer 16:21; 2 Sa 22:3; 1 Ki 3:14; 1 Ch 28:7; Est 5:7; Job 13:17; 13:23; 16:19, Psa 25:18; 27:2; Psa 40:17; 51:3; 51:15; 66:14; 69:19; Isa 48:5; Jer 42:18; Exo 7:3; 16:28].
If [1 Th 5:23] is proving to us that man is actually 3 in 1, then you are also forced to agree that [Mar 12:30] is teaching us that man is actually 4 in 1. Do you believe that too? The biblical meaning and use of the conjunction "AND" is dual in nature, anyone with wisdom can obviously see that "and" has been used like a mirror to show sameness between two things (heart and spirit/flesh and skin) as well as like a divider to show separateness between two things (heart and flesh).
- We’ll call the use of "and" to introduce two separate things (e.g. heart and flesh) the divider meaning.
- And the use of "and" to introduce the same one thing but in two forms (heart and spirit/flesh and skin) the mirror meaning.
The second of two major Bible references the church always pull out to justify man as being a spirit with a soul and living in a body is [Heb 4:12]. Using the dividing concept to explain [Heb 4:12] as a proof for spirit and soul being two separate things that are joined as one doesn’t hold water because the same verse also speaks about the dividing of joint and marrow. This creates a problem because joint and marrow are obviously not two separate things that are joined as one. (For joints though separate from marrows are yet not joined to marrows). Joints are joined to other joints and marrows on the other hand are not joined to anything, they are soft red or yellow fatty tissue that fills the central cavities of bones. The logical conclusion to make is to say that Paul is not talking about dividing two separate things that are joined (spirit to soul or marrow to joint) but splitting single individual things (spirit or soul or marrow or joint) into parts.
So if Paul is not using the divider meaning (separateness) of "and" here when referring to spirit and soul or joint and marrow, it goes to mean that he is using the mirror meaning (sameness). For the Bible only has two meanings for the word- "and", either it is showing separateness or it is showing sameness.
In what way then is joint and marrow/spirit and soul same? The sameness in joint and marrow is that they are both of physicality (of the flesh and of skin) [Lam 3:4]. The sameness in spirit and soul is that they are both of spirituality. It is easy to agree that Physicality has many forms e.g. flesh, skin, joint, marrow etc. but most cannot clearly see that spirituality has many forms also e.g. spirit, soul, heart and mind. So Paul is basically using "and" to show sameness as he speaks about the word of God being able to divide one spirituality into parts and one physicality into parts. He is rather speaking figuratively and only replacing these two broad concepts with their respective specific forms. He uses Spirit and soul to represent spirituality and uses joint and marrow to represent physicality. What [Heb 4:12] is saying is that even as joined as one spirituality and one physicality is, the word of God is yet sharp enough to split them into parts. Simple. Paul is rather preaching about the incredible unveiling and discerning power of the word of God and not about the nature of man being tripartite.
Spirit is soul and soul is spirit.
- This is why James can reveal that man is body and spirit only [Jas 2:26]
- With Paul himself also insinuating the same [1 Co 6:20]
- Even as also declared in [Num 16:22]
- And Moses further clearly stating that man is soul and body only [Isa 10:18]
- With John declaring the same thing [3 Jn 1:2]
- And with Yahushua/Jesus himself putting a final stamp to it [Mt 10:28].
We are bonded forever to our bodies just like the Holy Spirit-Father is eternally bonded to the son. The only time our spirit and bodies go separate ways is at death which is a result of sin just like the only time the Holy Spirit-Father left Yahushua/Jesus was at his dying on the cross after the sins of the whole world had been placed on him [Mt 27:46]. Christians want to totally canalize the body and make it literally stand for sin as if after death and in heaven, they won’t be given back their so-called carnal body (however in a glorified state) to continue life in it for eternity in heaven. The Holy Spirit-Father and Yahushua/Jesus are spiritually one though dual in form. Our spirits and our bodies are also spiritually one though dual in form for we were created in God’s image. The critics and skeptics of biblical Christianity however, who say Christians worship many gods are blinded by the forms of the one God (this also goes for the one man) and can’t see that behind these 2 forms is one life and consciousness- the real being.
A Simple question for the church about the nature of man and of God
- If spirit and soul don’t refer to the same one thing and if man is a tripartite being because God himself is tripartite, then will the fact that the scripture reveals to us that Yahuah, the Father yet has a spirit and a soul [Mt 12:18], make us abandon our trinity of God doctrine now and add (soul) to (Father, son and Holy Spirit) so as to arrive at a Godhead of 4 persons?
Take your time; I’ll wait for the answer on my email or Facebook inboxes.
This false belief of the church that God and mankind are both tripartite in being created what seemed to be a doctrinal error about the nature of God and of man. It is all a matter of interpretation.
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