Exposing The Trinity Lie – Part 2

Exposing The Trinity Lie – Part 2

In this article I will cover Paul and his salutations to the churches and the true meaning of Deuteronomy 6:4

OK let’s get straight to it, starting with that well known Holy Scripture from Deuteronomy:

Deut 6:4 Hear, O Israel: The LORD our God is one LORD.

Now as I dissect this verse and break it down word by word we must remember, as I stated in part one, that the Godhead never changes nor have they ever changed. They are the same today, just as they were when Moses wrote down the first five books of Holy Scripture.

Malachi 3:6 For I am the LORD, I change not; therefore ye sons of Jacob are not consumed.

So if They (the Godhead) have never changed, why did blasphemous tares attempt to change Them, for I tell you straight folks, there ain’t no way you can prove the trinity from the Old Testament. You might foolishly want to try and prove monotheism i.e. that God is one, from the Old Testament, but even that stupid idea would fall flat on its face, for the Godhead ain’t one, just as they ain’t three!! The monotheism nonsense is an article subject for another day.

OK, so let’s start with this well known verse and note this before I start; this short verse is describing the Godhead in Their entirety, and there is not one mention of the Holy Spirit anywhere in this verse.

“Hear, O Israel”; better translated “Hear you Israel” or “Listen up you Israelites”, for I, your Lord, have something important to tell you.

“The Lord our God”; properly translated from the Hebrew; The Eternal or The Self-Existing our Elohim (plural); the Godhead that has always self-existed and is a plural Godhead. Straight away in this short phrase of Holy Scripture we are told by the use of this word Elohim (the plural of Eloha) that we are dealing with more than one God. Look folks, there is no getting away from this, and we need to get it through our heads that the Hebrew word Eloha (singular) would have been in use here not Elohim, if God was one. OK, so we have ascertained that The Godhead is more than one, and yet it says:

“Is One Lord”; so what’s going on here and what does this mean? The Hebrew word here for ‘one’ is Echad which means ‘united’ or ‘in unity’ in one sense, and ‘number one’ the prime number in the other sense. This, in turn, means they are not one being, for being united is always an arrangement whereby a number of beings are at one with each other or unanimous in their thoughts, aims and ideals, as in a football team. Newcastle United is a team of individuals united in one aim – to win, but they are not one being, they are eleven beings. This is how it is with the Godhead; they are two beings, united as one in thought, mind and deed – totally likeminded.

This, too, is why The Lord, through Paul, exhorts the Church to be like the Godhead in their relationship one with another:

Romans 15:5-6 Now the God of patience and consolation grant you to be likeminded one toward another according to Christ Jesus: 6 That ye may with one mind and one mouth glorify God, even the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ.

Phil 2:2 Fulfil ye my joy, that ye be likeminded, having the same love, being of one accord, of one mind.

Furthermore, this is why THEY said:

Genesis 1:26 And God said, Let us make man in our image, after our likeness: and let them have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over the cattle, and over all the earth, and over every creeping thing that creepeth upon the earth.

Notice, God did not say: “let me make man in my image”.

So there we have it; the Duality Godhead revealed in all their glory, who later became known in the New Testament as The Father and The Son – Two Beings in the beginning, Two Beings in the first century with The Lord as a flesh being, and Two Beings today with The Son at The Father’s right hand in heaven – The Godhead has never changed and they have always been two.

Moving on I will now deal with Paul’s salutations to the Churches which, like Deut 6:4, do not include any mention of the Holy Spirit whatsoever. Why do you think that is? Was Paul a blasphemer, even a blasphemer of the worst kind by ignoring the Holy Spirit or blaspheming against the Holy Sprit in his greetings to the Churches? We need to think long and hard about these issues, for they are not trivial side issues and thereby easy to read over, ignore and/or sweep under the carpet, for to do so without diligent consideration we are or will be heading for destruction (Spiritual ruin). So without further ado, here is an example or two of how Paul greeted the Churches in their different locations:

Romans 1:7 To all that be in Rome, beloved of God, called to be saints: Grace to you and peace from God our Father, and the Lord Jesus Christ.

1 Corinthians 1:3 Grace be unto you, and peace, from God our Father, and from the Lord Jesus Christ.

Now we don’t have to be rocket scientists in order to easily deduce what’s missing here, do we, and yet there will be many who will, amazingly, consider this unimportant!!?? I will, therefore, show you just how important it is by asking a series of relevant questions and, by raising what I consider to be some important elements:

1) Paul as an Apostle was an ambassador for Christ and when ambassadors greet people on behalf of their monarch or president there is always a set protocol or diplomatic etiquette laid down that has to be followed by the ambassador. We therefore have to accurately assume that Paul knew exactly who he was representing and speaking on behalf of when he greeted the Churches.

2) If the Holy Spirit was a third being of the Godhead, why does Paul not include ‘him’ in his greetings and salutations to the Churches?

3) Was Paul just forgetful in omitting the Holy Spirit or was he sloppy and/or lazy?

4) Even worse, did Paul snub the Holy Spirit, because we need to understand that if the Holy Spirit is a being within a triune Godhead then these repeated omissions by Paul can only be construed a snub.

5) Finally, we must conclude that if the Holy Spirit is a being of a triune Godhead then Paul, without any shadow of a doubt, would have included ‘him’ in his greetings, but he doesn’t – why!!??

Easy, because the Holy Spirit is not a being of the Godhead. The Holy Spirit is not a ‘he’, it’s an ‘it’ – The Power of God. Paul, as with all the Apostles, knew that the Godhead did not include a third being and they knew that the Godhead was a Duality.

The question that now remains is this: Do you still believe in the blasphemous papist Tertullian/Jerome trinity? If so, why?

In my next article I will reveal who The Comforter really is.

Charles Crosby

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