If the two agree 100%, then that should confirm that the trinity is based squarely on Scripture.
But is that the case? Well, judge for yourself:
1. THE BIBLE says the Father–a single person–is the “only true God.” (John 17:3).
1A. THE TRINITY DOCTRINE says that “every Person [of the trinity] BY HIMSELF [is] God.” That’s THREE GODS!
2. THE BIBLE says that “for us there is one God, the Father." (1 Cor. 8:6)
2A. THE TRINITY DOCTRINE says “we worship one God IN TRINITY.” 3. THE BIBLE says the “Father is greater…” (John @)
3A. THE TRINITY DOCTRINE says: “In this trinity, NONE is greater…”
4. THE BIBLE says Jesus is the Son of God. (John @)
4A. THE TRINITY DOCTRINE says “Jesus IS God,” which makes him a different God from the “one God in trinity.”
5. THE BIBLE says the “Father is greater…” (John @)
5A. THE TRINITY DOCTRINE say that “the whole three persons [of the trinity] are “co-equal.”
6. THE BIBLE says the holy spirit is not God, but a possession of God and that he gives it to deserving ones. As 1 Thess. 4:8 says: “Therefore, whoever disregards this, disregards not a human being but God, who (also) gives HIS holy Spirit to you.”
6A. THE TRINITY DOCTRINE says that “the holy spirit IS God.” However, A Catholic Dictionary says: “On the whole, the New Testament, like the Old, speaks of the spirit as a divine energy or power.” It adds: “The majority of New Testament texts reveal God’s spirit as someTHING, not someONE.”
7. THE BIBLE says that the Father is the ONLY person that “the true worshipers” (Christians) should worship. (John @) 7A. THE TRINITY DOCTRINE says: “The trinity in unity is to be worshiped.”
So, do the Bible and the trinity doctrine agree on who God is? Absolutely not! As the New Catholic Encyclopedia says, the trinity “is NOT directly and immediately the Word of God."
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