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Why is Trinity false?
Pagan Origins Of Christianity
"The term 'Trinity' does not appear in scripture" [Catholic Encyclopedia 1991]
The trinity was invented mainly after 3 years of Jesus departed from earth. The Coucil of Nicaea publicly accepted and announced Jesus as God or part of Trinity in 325.
"The council of Nicea dealt primarily with the issue of the deity of Christ. Over a century earlier the use of the term "Trinity" could be found in the writings of Origen (185-254) and Tertullian (160-220), and a general notion of a "divine three", in some sense, was expressed in the second century writings of Polycarp, Ignatius, and Justin Martyr. But the doctrine in a more full-fledged form was not formulated until the Council of Constantinople in 360 AD."
[Zenos' translated edition of Socrates Scholasticus, Church History, book 2, chapter 41]
The trinity was not there after 300 years of Jesus, nor ever preached by Jesus. The Old Testament is purely Monotheist and accepts the existence of only one God.
Exodus 34:14 : For thou shalt worship no other god:
The trinity is idolatry, it puts Jesus Christ as a god before God.
"The Old Testament is a strictly monotheistic. God is a single personal being. The idea that a trinity is to be found there or even in any way shadowed forth, is an assumption that has long held sway in theology, but is utterly without foundation." [Anthony Buzzard]
The followers of Jesus was first call Christians by Paul in Antioch, Jesus never uttered word Christians or Trinity in any of the Gospels.
"And when he had found him, he brought him to Antioch. For a whole year they met with the church and taught a great many people. And in Antioch the disciples were first called Christians." [Acts 11:26]
There were existence of Trinity before the Christianity. The Christianity did not accept but adopted the pagan religion from Egypt, Persian and Greek.
"The Trinity was known by the ancient pagans, such as the Egyptian Trinity (Ozirous, Izes, and Hoars), the Persian Trinity (Ormizd, Mitras, and Ahraman), the Scandinavian Trinity (Aowen, Tora, and Freie), and the Mexican Trinity (Tzikliboka, Ahotzlipo Shtiki, and Tlakoma). The Greek philosophers, whose belief was similar to the Christians’, also believed in their Trinity (existence, knowledge, life), and many others, which will take too long to mention."
[Paganism in Christianity, Mohammad Taher Attenneer, pp 13-23, Christianity, Ahmad Shalaby, pp 118-120, A Study on the Torah and The Gospel, Kamel Saafan, pp 81, 228]
The Trinity mainly existed in Greek. It is true Christian Trinity descended from the ancient Sumerian, Assyrian, and Babylonian triads
The Encyclopedia Britannica mentions that, “the concept of the Trinity is of Greek origin, with Jewish input and is a strange mixture made by Christians, because the religious concepts are taken from the Holy Bible, but they are filled with foreign philosophies
“Christianity absorbed many ideas and concepts from Greek philosophy. Christian theology is taken from the same source, which is Platonism, and that is why we find many similarities between them”. [Leon Joteh]
We can trace the history of this doctrine, and discover its source, not in the Christian revelation, but in the Platonic philosophy. The Trinity is not a doctrine of Christ and his Apostles, but a fiction of the school of the later Platonists. Historians also know that the Trinity doctrine is not authorized in the New Testament. There is no evidence the Apostles of Jesus ever heard of a Trinity. The Bible does not teach the doctrine of the Trinity. Neither the word Trinity itself, nor such language as one in three, three in one, one essence or substance or three persons, is biblical language. The language of the doctrine is the language of the ancient Church, taken not from the Bible but from classical Greek philosophy
"AD 200. . Noetus had been expelled from the Smyrnaean church for teaching that Christ was the Father, and that the Father himself was born, and suffered, and died." [A History of the Christian Church 2nd Ed. 1985 Williston Walker]
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