According to the Trinity faith, as we read by the Trinitarian commentaries below, this scripture is a Trinitarian formula.
Let’s for a moment agree with them.
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And there is nothing in this scripture or ANY saying all THREE are ONE GOD.
The Trinitarian formula also CONTRADICTS the simple fact that Christianity emerged from Judaism, and is a monotheistic religion.
So these Biblical facts already raises many red flags.
But could I be wrong, that this scripture reads: baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, in Matthew 28:19, and be genuine?
On my latest research, I decided to check out Matthew 28:19, where we read the Trinitarian formula “Father the son and Holy Spirit” to see if there is anymore evidence to prove if this is true, or false, or that this is another Trinitarian FORGERY.
St John said:
We are humans and capable of error. In this case I was delightfully surprised to discover my previous research was correct, and that the Trinitarian formula “Father the son and Holy Spirit” is indeed a FORGERY.
On top of that, the author Papias wrote around the year 100, confirming a Hebrew Gospel of Matthew.
Who was: Papias of Hierapolis?
Papias (Greek: Παπίας) was an Apostolic Father, Bishop of Hierapolis (modern Pamukkale, Turkey), and author who lived c. 60–130 AD. It was Papias who wrote the Exposition of the Sayings of the Lord (Greek: Λογίων Κυριακῶν Ἐξήγησις) in five books.
This work, which is lost apart from brief excerpts of Irenaeus of Lyons (c. 180) and Eusebius of Caesarea (c. 320), is an important early source on Christian oral tradition and especially on the origins of the canonical Gospels.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Many of the early church Fathers also made reference to this Hebrew Gospel of Matthew, again proving it indeed existed, taking this translation back before ANY other translation of Matthew’s Gospel, where we shockingly discover this Trinitarian formula is MISSING from Matthew 28:19, and instead reads:
Matt 28:19-20 "Go and teach them to carry out all the things which I have commanded you forever."
On top of these interesting facts, there are more Biblical facts, and these important facts, reveal that there is NOT a SINGLE Trinitarian formula that reads the same or anything like the phrase: “Father the son and Holy Spirit.
But how can we be sure that Matthew 28:19 is in fact, another forgery?
Remember to follow the example of the Berean Jews, and to search the scriptures daily, as Jesus confirmed: We will find if we seek. Matthew 7:7.
With that in mind, when we search the scriptures, what do we find wrong with Matthew 28:19? Well, let’s have a look and see (the following are all from the English Standard Version).
As we clearly see, yet again, there is NOT a SINGLE Trinitarian formula that reads: the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit.
Arguments and debates still continue today, however as we have seen above, the Biblical facts are in the scriptures we read today, that reveal NO Trinitarian formula anywhere in the Bible.
This also agrees with the research by Histories greatest scientist: Sir Isaac Newton argued that the Scriptures had been altered and early Christian writers had been misquoted to make it appear that Trinitarianism had been the original faith.” See Newtons link below.
So, once more we have some fishy business going on here. Why and who changed the scriptures by adding in: ‘of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit’, which does seem to have been added in at a later date to promote the trinity doctrine.
What do you believe?
Rabbinical translations of Matthew
Rabbinical Jewish versions
Early Rabbinical citations of Matthew, 600-1300
- Sefer Nestor ha-Komer; "The Book of Nestor the Priest", 7th century. Contains significant quotes from Matthew, apparently from a Latin text.
- Toledot Yeshu; "Life of Jesus", 7th century.
- Milhamoth ha-Shem; "Wars of the Lord" of Jacob Ben Reuben 12th century, which cites texts including Matthew 1:1-16, 3:13-17, 4:1-11, 5:33-40, 11:25-27, 12:1-8, 26:36-39, 28:16-20.
- Sefer Nizzahon Yashan; "The Book of Victory" (in Latin Nizzahon vetus), 13th century.
- Sefer Joseph Hamekane; "Book of Joseph the Official" of rabbi Joseph ben Nathan, 13th century (Paris MS).
Shem Tov's Matthew, 1385
- Matt 12:37 "According to your words you will be judged, and according to your deeds you will be convicted."
- Matt 24:40-41 "40 Then if there shall be two ploughing in a field, one righteous and the other evil, the one will be taken and the other left. 41 Two women will be grinding at a mill; one will be taken and the other left. This is because the angels at the end of the world will remove the stumbling blocks from the world and will separate the good from the evil."
- Matt 28:9 "As they were going Jesus passed before them saying: 'May the Name deliver you.'"
- Matt 28:19-20 "Go and teach them to carry out all the things which I have commanded you forever."
- Mark 9:20-28 is placed into the text of Matthew between Matt 17:17 and 17:19. Matt 17:18 is omitted.
Also read: Documentation that the Church changed the way we baptize?
UPDATE WED 27/JUN/2018.
I Simon Brown received this comment from Unveiling Bible Truth.
He writes say:
Trinity is also a false doctrine of man.
As far as Matthew 28:19 read below.
Joseph Ratzinger (pope Benedict XVI) makes this confession as to the origin of the chief Trinity text of Matthew 28:19. He says “The basic form of our profession of faith, took shape during the course of the second and third centuries in connection with the ceremony of baptism. So far as its place of origin is concerned, the text (Matthew 28:19) came from the city of Rome.” — The Catholic Encyclopedia, II, page 263: “The baptismal formula was changed from the name of Jesus Christ to the words Father, Son, and Holy Spirit by the Catholic Church in the second century.” So we have 1st hand evidence that the catholic church changed the wording of Matthew 28:19 to support their beliefs in a trinity.
Rabbinical translations of Matthew: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rabbinical_translations_of_Matthew
Here is evidence of the short version of Matthew 28:19 being used and not the long version.
READ MORE ON Isaac Newton WHO SAID: When, after some heretics had taken Christ for a mere man and others for the supreme God. Click here. ISAAC NEWTON QUOTES.