THE TRINITY FRAUD
Briefly stated, the doctrine of "The Trinity" declares that God, the
Supreme Being consists of three persons: The Father, The Son and
The Holy Spirit who are each co-equal and co-eternal.
Down through the centuries many brilliant theologians have
labored to establish the Trinitarian doctrine as the foundational
truth of Christianity. However, There are two unimpeachable
witnesses whose quiet testimony proves beyond a shadow of doubt
that the doctrine of The Trinity is a fraud:
1. The Biblical Witness:
The three-in-one God doctrine is not presented anywhere in the
Bible. The Trinity was not taught by the prophets or the
apostles, and more importantly, it was not taught by Jesus.
2. The Historical Witness:
There is no record of the co-equal, co-eternal, three-in-one God
being taught by a single one of the early church fathers. It was
not a part of Christian teaching until it was formulated by the
Second Ecumenical Council at Constantinople in 381.A.D.
Jesus did not teach the Trinity, the apostles did not teach it, and it
was not taught by church leaders for three hundred years after the
death of Christ. It seems to me that knowing these facts, no
reasonable person could possibly believe that the Trinity is the key
doctrine of Christendom. And yet most theologians and church
leaders continue to ignore the eloquent silence of these witnesses
and insist that the 3-in-1 God is the God of the Bible. Why?
For sixteen hundred years Trinitarian churches have cast out and
even murdered those who refused to believe in their definition of
God. Today, an adulterer or murderer who says he loves Jesus is
accepted by their churches - but, they say, the one who refuses to
believe in the Trinity cannot be saved. That is the great tragedy of
Trinitarianism; it has become the test of faith.
The true test of a believer is given by the apostle John:
"He that saith, I know Him, and keepeth not His
commandments is a liar," (1 John 2:4)
On the contrary, the Trinitarians would say:
"He that saith, I know Him and believeth not in the Trinity is a
Through the doctrine of the Trinity, Satan has managed to shift the
focus from obedience to the commandments of God as the test of
orthodoxy, to belief in a type of God invented by a few theologians of
the fourth century.
The foundation of Trinitarian doctrine is the fifth century Athanasian
Creed which says this of the Trinity:
"...And the catholic faith is this, that we worship one God in
Trinity and Trinity in Unity...the whole three persons co-eternal
and co-equal...He therefore that will be saved >MUST THINK
THUS< of the Trinity." I ask you, Where is THAT found in the
The answer is of course, that it is not found in the word of God,
rather, it comes from deductions and suppositions about the word
of God. Trinitarians offer forced interpretations of ambiguous
verses, while ignoring clear statements of Jesus and the apostles
which contradict their doctrine. For example:
"The Father is greater than I." (John 14:28)
"...the head of every man is Christ...and the head of
Christ is God." (1 Cor 11:3)
I hope my Trinitarian brethren will look at those verses with an
open mind for just a few moments. Think about it...If the head of
Christ is God then how could they be co-equal? The word "co"
means - in the same way. If Jesus is not equal in authority, he is
not co-equal. Remember, Paul was talking about Jesus after His
resurrection, not when he was on earth as man.
In 1 Corinthians 15:27, Paul wrote:
"For He [God the Father] has put all things in subjection under
His [Jesus] feet. But when it says, 'All things are put in
subjection under Him' it is plain that He is excepted who put all
things under Him."
If Jesus was co-equal with the Father, why would there be a need to
put all things in subjection under Him? Daniel wrote:
"...and he [Jesus] came to the Ancient of days and was presented
before Him. And to Him was >given< dominion, and glory and
kingdom," Dan 7:13)
I do not understand how Trinitarians can read those words "was
given dominion" and believe that Jesus is co-equal with the Father.
How could Jesus be given anything if He really was eternal God?
I hope all who read this message will search their hearts and their
Bibles for the reason why some Christians should reject those of
us who love Jesus and give our lives to serve him, just because we
have different views concerning the Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
The question I would ask you is: Where did Jesus or the apostles
ever teach that we should judge our brethren by the doctrine of the
Trinity? I cannot find one. Can you?
Harold and Donna Kupp