If You Worship The Trinity Are You an Antichrist?
….And does my question sound preposterous or even heretical to you?
If it does, then why, would be my answer, for in my series of articles entitled “Exposing The Trinity Lie Parts 1 through 4” here on ArticlesBase, I clearly make it plain that The Trinity is, and always was, a conjuring trick of the Devil through his agent the philosopher and magician Tertullian, in and around 200 AD. This shell game conjuring trick of now you see a god of three and then a god of one, was then added to the Latin Vulgate Bible by that other magician Jerome in the latter part of the fourth century AD. The Trinity was an unknown concept to the learners (disciples) and the messengers (apostles) and believers of the 1st century and they never preached or taught it.
Now before I press on with answering this question we need first to know what an antiChrist is. In the Greek it is written as an ‘instead anointed’ which immediately tells us we dealing with a phoney alternative(s) or an impostor(s) or a counterfeiter(s). This is someone who is posing as being a Christian minister/leader or posing as being a lay member of the equally phoney Christian Religion. The thing is, whether they are leaders or lay people they are still ‘instead anointed’ people or phoney alternatives to the real thing. If you check in Strong’s Concordance; ref numbers; G500; G473 and G5547 you will find that it confirms what I am saying.
So where do we find the Biblical proof that Trinity worshippers are antichrists?
1 John 2:18-19 Little children, it is the last time (the last days): and as ye have heard that antichrist shall come, even now are there many antichrists; whereby we know that it is the last time (the last days). 19 They went out from us, but they were not of us; for if they had been of us, they would no doubt have continued with us: but they went out, that they might be made manifest that they were not all of us. (Brackets mine)
First off we have confirmation from The Lord, through John, that the last days were already under way in the 1st century. We are now living in the last days of the last days, for it is now, in the early part of the 21st century, that we have more antichrists than at any other time in the history of mankind and/or in the history of the Church. John then states that “antichrist shall come.” Now what did he mean by this statement? Easy, he was just confirming the spiritual dimension to this phenomenon known as “antichrist”. Antichrist is a spirit, a spirit that opposes the Lord Jesus Christ, so it must originate from the Devil, for he is the Adversary, so John is telling us plainly that the spirit of the antiChrist shall come.
OK, I know all this will be very basic stuff for some of you, but please bear with me. Notice next what John says: “They went out from us, but they were not of us.” Now why did they stop following The Lord and leave fellowship with the brethren? Again this is simple and I will quote it here:
John 6:65-66 And he said, Therefore said I unto you, that no man can come unto me, except it were given unto him of my Father. 66 From that time many of his disciples went back, and walked no more with Him.
There we have it as plain as plain can be, however, there is more to these two verses than at first meets the eye. First of all there are only two Godly beings involved here – The Father and The Son and at no time, as I work through these and the following Holy Scriptures, will you find the Holy Spirit mentioned as a member of the Godhead – a Duality Godhead is the only Godhead that is revealed to us in these verses. Second of all, notice what causes these evil wayward wretches to depart from The Truth. It was their inability to accept The Truth that they were called to The Son by The Father. What does this mean? It means that they could not accept the fact that The Father initiated their calling or their coming to The Lord as their Saviour. This means, too, that they could not accept the fact that their conversion was nothing to do with them; it was solely at the behest of The Father; His desire, His will and His decision alone to call them. Now, these wretches, just like their modern day mainstream Christian counterparts, those of the Cainite-Judeo-Christian Religion, thought that their calling was not a calling at all, but rather, they thought, it was an acceptance on their part alone of The Lord as their Saviour. This mind numbing delusional idea of theirs, in simple terminology, was and is an initiation based upon their desire, their will, their terms and conditions and their motivation, rather than a Heavenly Fatherly decision alone to call them to His Son. This, dear people, is a heretical blasphemy and is the fundamental and gargantuan flaw that ‘underpins’ the sandy foundation of everything they stand for and everything that constitutes counterfeit mainstream Christianity and/or the counterfeit Cainite-Judeo-Christian Religion.
Moreover, if we return to John’s words we shall see:
1 John 2:19 They went out from us, but they were not of us; for if they had been of us, they would no doubt have continued with us: but they went out, that they might be made manifest that they were not all of us.
They went out from The Lord because in reality they never were ‘of The Lord’ in the first place, so they could not accept The Truth of their calling and, notice, they were made manifest (especially for our benefit) that they were not the real deal. How were they made manifest? Why, through all the outward show of their Christian Religion. Look folks, we need to understand that the Cainite-Judeo-Christian Religion is not Christianity and that the majority of those involved in it are not Christians at all; they are people of religion, it’s as simple as that. Having said that, there are a few True Believers amongst them who have not, as yet, made the decision to leave and get themselves free, but they will eventually once they understand that there is no salvation in the Cainite-Judeo-Christian Religion.
Moving on we now take up this issue of trinity believers as antichrists in earnest:
1 John 2:22 Who is a liar but he that denieth that Jesus is the Christ? He is antichrist, that denieth the Father and the Son.
Right, what do we have here, and what is John actually saying? Well the first part is all very straight forward, is it not? If it isn’t then I will explain: Anyone who denies that the Lord Jesus Christ is the Messiah (the Christ) is a liar. So this means that all those that believe in any form of monotheism, which includes those who say that Jesus was a created being, are antichrists.
If that part of the verse was not important enough for you, then get a load of what John says next: HE IS ANTICHRIST, THAT DENIETH THE FATHER AND THE SON. Now what exactly is John alluding to here and let’s get this straight in our minds, for there is one very important thing he is not saying. Here is what he is NOT saying: he that denieth The Father, The Son and The Holy Spirit is antichrist. He is definitely not saying he who denies The Trinity is antichrist and we need to get this solid gold Truth through our heads, if we know what’s good for us that is.
So what is John saying? Quite simply; and it’s always is simple folks, that anyone who denies the Duality Godhead or a Godhead of Two Godly Beings only i.e. The Father and The Son, is an antichrist. I will repeat that so that it becomes more deeply seated in your minds: “he is antiChrist that denieth the Father and the Son.” Not that he is antichrist who denies The Father, The Son and the Holy Spirit, for it does not say that. This means that anyone who denies the trinity is definitely on the right track.
If you are not convinced, let’s put this another way, because what John is also saying here is that any other deity other than a Godhead of Two Spiritual Beings i.e. the Father and the Son, or a Duality Godhead is a counterfeit godhead, a deception and a lie. It doesn’t matter whether it’s a mono ogre god with one eye, or a trinity ogre god with three eyes, who at different times mutates into an ogre god with one eye, it’s all the same and it’s the spirit of antichrist, so are you going to repent (change) or remain deceived? I hope not, for to do so will mean, whether you like it or not, that you are an antiChrist. This also means that in the first resurrection you will hear these words from the Lord Himself: “Go away from me for I never knew you.”
Finally we have John saying this:
2 John 1:7-9 For many deceivers are entered into the world, who confess not that Jesus Christ is come in the flesh. This is a deceiver and an antiChrist. 8 Look to yourselves, that we lose not those things which we have wrought, but that we receive a full reward. 9 Whosoever transgresseth, and abideth not in the doctrine of Christ, hath not God. He that abideth in the doctrine of Christ, he hath both the Father and the Son.
Notice, it’s always many that go astray, not the few, for wide is the path to destruction (Spiritual ruin). Verse 9: “He that abideth in the teaching or the message of Christ, he hath both The Father and The Son.” He that hath both The Father and The Son – the Duality Godhead is the one that abides in the Lord Jesus Christ’s teaching. This means that if you think you are abiding in the teaching of the Lord Jesus Christ and you have The Father, The Son and The Holy Spirit as a deity of three beings then you do not have The Father and The Son.
To finish off this final part I will write out the Concordant Literal Translation of verse nine for it differs from the KJV – well blow me over with a feather, what a surprise!!??
2 John 1:9 (KJV)