Posts to Date on the Trinity Versus Christ

Christ the Lord is our God and Savior.  To Him we owe faith and obedience.  He is the God of all righteousness and He lives in our midst.  We either acknowledge Him and live, or we deny Him and merely exist.  He is the One whom the doctrine of the Trinity obscures, and for this reason we should pursue God’s doctrine  – that is, the doctrine of Christ – instead.  This is what the Bible would have us do.

Most of the posts listed below deal with the Trinity versus Christ issue directly; some address it peripherally.  The posts are organized by blog and by date originally written (oldest first).  (By the way, all of my blogs deal with the same subject matter – Jesus and His Kingdom – and convey the same truths; they exist separately only to present the same information in different ways to different readers.  If you want to better understand the focus of each blog, read its respective About section.)

Here first are 50 posts I’ve written about how the Trinity contradicts the Bible’s doctrine of Christ.  Additional posts – more than 150 – are cataloged farther below.  Beginning May 6, 2013, I am creating a category for this subject on A Bible Reader’s Guide to Jesus and His Kingdom blog called “Christ versus Trinity” where future posts on this subject (beyond the 200+ cataloged here) may be found.

 

From the blog A Nonchurchgoer’s Guide to the Bible (that is, this blog):

Jesus Christ Has Already Come Again  December 23, 2009

Jesus Is the Father  January 16, 2010

Don’t Cover the Light of the World  February 22, 2010

All of God Became One of Us  July 4, 2010

God Is Not in a State of Suspended Animation  July 7, 2010

Christ: The Centerpiece of God’s Revelation of Himself  October 22, 2010

Make Jesus the Focal Point of Your Faith in God  February 21, 2011

It’s Not the Gospel of Church, Nor the Gospel of Trinity – Rather, It’s the Gospel of Christ  May 13, 2011

There Is No Trinity; There Is Christ  July 13, 2011

Jesus Is the Invisible God  August 7, 2010

Christ Is the Mystery of God  August 31, 2011

Six Objections to the Trinity – 1 of 6  September 1, 2011

Six Objections to the Trinity – 2 of 6  September 2, 2011

Six Objections to the Trinity – 3 of 6  September 3, 2011

Six Objections to the Trinity – 4 of 6  September 4, 2011

Six Objections to the Trinity – 5 of 6  September 5, 2011

Six Objections to the Trinity – 6 of 6  September 6, 2011

Eternal Father December 31, 2011

God Has Given Us a New Conception of Himself Through Jesus Christ – Part 3 of 3  February 3, 2012

From the blog A Bible Reader’s Guide to Jesus and His Kingdom:

Let Nothing Obscure the Preeminence of Christ  June 24, 2011

Why Is Jesus Called Son, God, and Father?  July 5, 2011

Choose Christ – Not the Trinity  July 13, 2011

From the blog Current Events in Light of the Kingdom of God:

I Believe  January 9, 2011

Dialogue with Stephen (Trinity Versus Unity)  March 2, 2011

Dialogue with Ryan (Trinity Versus Unity)  March 24, 2011

The Biggest Problem with the Trinity  June 17, 2011

Why Don’t Proponents of the Trinity Put Forward a Straightforward Biblical Case for It?  June 20, 2011

Six Objections to the Trinity June 21, 2011

An Open Letter to Nick Norelli  June 21, 2011

How Can Trinitarians Be Called Christians?  June 23, 2011

Did Isaiah prophesy the Lord or a Trinity?  June 24, 2011

Dialogue with James, aka Annoyed Pinoy (Trinity Versus Christ)  June 24, 2011

Ten Ways That the Trinity Contradicts Christ  June 26, 2011

Ten Ways That the Trinity Displaces Christ  June 26, 2011

Isn’t “Godhead” a Clue That Something Is Wrong with the Trinity Idea?  June 26, 2011

The Trinity Concept Says There are Three Persons in One Being  June 26, 2011

What I Like About the Trinity Concept  June 26, 2011

The Trinity Says Christ Is In God, but the Bible Says God Is in Christ  June 27, 2011

The Trinity Diminishes Christ, but the Bible Exalts Him  June 27, 2011

The Trinity Doubts the Word of Christ  June 27, 2011

The Doctrine of Christ Versus the Doctrine of the Trinity  June 28, 2011

“Trust and Obey” – Hymn  June 28, 2011

The Alternative to Trinity Is Christ – Not Unity Per Se  June 29, 2011

The False Doctrine of the Trinity Is Based on an Immature Understanding of Christ  July 2, 2011

If Churchgoing is Lip Service, Worship of a Trinity Is Its Apex  July 3, 2011

Trinitarians Are Triple-Minded  July 8, 2011

Too Bad the Trinity Doctrine Wasn’t Taught During Biblical Times  July 8, 2011

Forget the Trinity and Follow Christ  July 8, 2011

Anything with More than One Head Is a Monster  July 8, 2011

The Trinity Gives a Blurred Focus of God  July 8, 2011

Additional posts on this subject -mainly since July 13, 2011 – each show up as an entry (from this or one of my other blogs) in the “Responses” below.  Effective May 6, 2013, all future posts in this subject may be found in the “Christ versus Trinity” category on A Bible Reader’s Guide to Jesus and His Kingdom blog.

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  64. JG says:

    HI I am kind of confused. If there is no trinity then when Jesus was praying to the Father, he was just talking to himself? What about the voice from heaven that said, this is my son when Jesus was baptised and the Holy Spirit came down like a dove? It just seems like there are three persons based on that alone. How do you explain that? I am not upset or anything, I just feel more confused than before hearing that there is no Trinity.

    JG

    • Mike Gantt says:

      Under the concept of the trinity, “when Jesus was praying to the Father” you have God praying to God. If God praying to God confuses you, why doesn’t the trinity concept confuse you?

      The trinity is not an explanation, it’s an equivocation. It’s a way of saying God is one when the Scripture says He’s one, but He’s more than one when we think the Scripture is saying He’s more than one. God is either one (as the Scripture explicitly states in Deuteronomy 6:4 and elsewhere) or else He’s not. The trinity is double talk. The Scriptures, on the other hand, are straightforward: God is one.

      As for the story of Jesus’ baptism, there is nothing in it that would make you think God was a trinity. You’ve just been conditioned to think of the story in that conceptual framework. Note that this baptism occurred at the inauguration of Jesus’ ministry and no one there concluded from it that God was a trinity. Set aside church teaching and just focus on what the Scriptures say.

      When God became a human being like us, He emptied Himself of all divine privilege. He did not live on the earth as God; He lived on the earth as a man. Only in the glorification that came after His suffering and crucifixion was He restored to His full glory.

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  147. Mike Gantt says:

    See The Power of the Word of God to appreciate how critical the Scriptures, and the promises of God they contained, were to the mission of Jesus. As the Son, Jesus was able to trust the promises He had made as Father.

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  175. Mike Gantt says:

    Housekeeping Notice:

    Future posts on this subject may be found in the “Christ versus Trinity” category of the A Bible Reader’s Guide to Jesus and His Kingdom blog.

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