The Trinitarian theology teaches men to believe that there is One God, now, the father not being God, the son not being God and the Holy Spirit not being God, instead, the three working together makes up the one God. This would mean the father, the son and the Holy Spirit, shares God-like qualities, as “they” are co-equal, co-existing having co-knowledge, co-power, but yet separate and different. The father is not God nor is he the son nor is he the Holy Spirit. The son is not God nor is he the father nor is he the Holy Spirit and the Holy Spirit isn’t God nor is he the son neither is he the father. But the three exist together as three separated and distinct persons with three separated and distinct wills, or minds making up the One God. The following questions are asked often by the Trinity followers to discredit the belief of those that don’t share the trinity concept.
Is Jesus His own Father?
This question was asked by a trinity believer because Trinitarians believe that Jesus and the father are two separate wills, and are two separate persons working as one. It is important to understand their logic because by their logic we will prove that God is one and not three. Trinitarians will not confess that the father and the son are two difference Gods working together as one, although they often refer to the father as “FATHER GOD”. The core of the Trinity doctrine causes them to believe that the son helped the father create himself, and so the son must at the least get half the credit and half the fatherhood. Furthermore, there own doctrine teaches that the father is not God and the son is not God and the Holy Ghost is not God, but together the father, son and Holy Ghost they make up the one God. So without the son, there is no God, and without the God, there is no creation. Therefore we must conclude since the three are working together as one, they must all share the fatherhood since they all make up the Godhead. We’re all aware that the doctrine of the Trinity clearly teaches that the father, son and Holy Ghost are coequal. Coequal means equal in size, rank, or status to another. If this is true then the father is the son and the son is the father and the Holy Ghost is the father and the son. Thus, the son is his own father by the teaching of the Trinity since there is no God without the son.
The Monotheist belief teaches there is ONLY ONE GOD and that God is along GOD by himself.
“Was Jesus praying to Himself in the Garden of Gethsemane? If Jesus was praying to the divine side of Himself, then isn’t He still praying to Himself”?
The Trinitarians doctrine teaches that Jesus was praying to himself. How so? If the father is not God and the son is not God and the Holy Ghost is not God, but together the father, son and Holy Ghost they make up the one God. Then Jesus was praying to at least a portion of himself. Some would dare to say, “He was praying to the father”. But why, if the father isn’t God without the son why is the son praying to the father? Didn’t the father cease to be God in the absence of the son? But if the father continued to be God without the son, then the trinity doctrine is a lie. But if the father and the son and the Holy Ghost truly make up the one God then by their own doctrine Jesus was still present with the father, and while on earth he had to be praying to himself. I guess the question should be why was Jesus praying to the father? Didn’t he know according to Trinitarians that the father could not help him without the assistance of the Holy Ghost and himself? So according to Trinitarians theology, Jesus was praying a senseless prayer.
Who was Jesus praying to when he said: “My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken me”?
The Trinitarians doctrine teaches that the father is not God, the son is not God and the Holy Spirit is not God, but the three working together makes up the one God. Thus, Jesus was praying in part to himself according to the doctrine of the Trinity. Better yet, he was also praying to the other two persons (father and Holy Ghost), will, minds within himself asking them why are they forsaken him. If this is not true, then the trinity doctrines don’t represent God properly. The trinity doctrine tries to confuse us by asking us off the wall questions, however, the same off the wall questions must be answered the trinity doctrine. They also believe in principle there is only one God. So who was Jesus praying too, if the father isn’t God and the son isn’t God and the holy spirit isn’t God? Perhaps he was praying to a third of himself, a third to the father and the other third to the holy ghost. In which we would still have to conclude that he was still praying to himself.
“Why was Jesus not saying, “Not My will, but your will be done?” if there are only one person and one will involved when He was praying in”.
The Trinitarians doctrine teaches that the father, son and Holy Ghost all have three separated wills. However, somehow these three “WILLS” work together to form “ONE” will in the one God. Thus when Jesus stated, “Not My will, but your will be done?” God was confused. As a matter of fact, whose will was he talking about since the father not being God, the son not being God and the Holy Spirit not being God, but the three working together makes the one God. I need to know, whose wills were being DONE?
“If God is only one person, why did Jesus
say in John 14:23, “If a man loves me, he will keep my words: and my Father will love him, and we will come unto him, and make our abode with him.” If God is only one person, why does Jesus say, “we”?
The Trinitarian theology teaches men to believe that there is One God, the father not being God, the son not being God and the Holy Spirit not being God, but the three working together makes the one God.
Where is the Holy Ghost in the question? If the father and the son stand the in absent of the Holy Spirit God don’t exist according to the Trinitarian doctrine. Why does Jesus only mention the father and not the Holy Spirit? Why doesn’t he say and we shall go unto to “THEM” instead of him? Is the father God? Not according to the Trinitarian doctrine, the father is not God, the son is not God and the Holy Spirit is not God. Thus according to their own doctrine, it doesn’t make sense why Jesus would be praying to the father when the father isn’t God without the son and without the Holy Spirit. Remember the three working together makes the one God.
Dear beneficiary of the Kingdom of God,
The Trinitarian doctrine has more holes than Swiss cheese. Whenever you are confronted with questions regarding oneness, make sure you ask Trinitarian the same questions reminding them of their own belief in one God. Once you understand the concept behind the Trinitarian doctrine, One God, the father not being God, the son not being God and the Holy Spirit not being God, but the three working together makes the one God, you will easily over through the myths and convert many to the truth.