Christians testify belief in monotheism, which is the belief that there is one all powerful God that rules the universe, but also believe in the trinity theory, which defies belief in God’s absolute oneness and considers God to be divided in to three different and separate states of being, that are simultaneously one Triad. In their belief, they divide three different elements of their God; God the father, God the son and God the Holy Spirit, as existences that are separate from one another and in different realms of being, though still consider them all together elements of one Absolute God Head.
Christians believe that the Father is not the Son and that the Son is not the Father; that the Father is not the Holy Spirit and nor the Holy Spirit the Father; that the Holy Spirit is not the Son and the Son is not the Holy Spirit, but contrary to this definite separation and categorization, they in fact believe together that these three entities are all parts of one Triadic God, in different and separate forms of being, uniting in Trinity.
The Christian trinity theory states the father and the son and the Holy Spirit are all co-equal, co-eternal and co-existent, separately united as one God at core, but individually separate from one another in their different states of existence. Their diagrams of trinity connect the three of them, as three separate points of a triangle that meet together only in their core uniting as God and not point to point.
The diagram bellow illustrates the Christian Trinity Theory.
The Christian trinity theory defies monotheism by separating God into three separate forms that are co-equal, co-eternal and co-existent elements of one God Head, existing simultaneously. By separating God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit and considering them three separate deities, that are all different God elements of one Triadic God in various simultaneous forms of being, you are considering Polytheism, the belief in multiple God’s.
The theory of trinity dates back to different pagan faiths of the ancient ages and is not entirely unique to the Christian faith, but has been cultivating among humanity in various forms for thousands upon thousands of years. A Triad, in religion and mythology, is a group of three associated gods that unite as one force. Triads have existed, not only in the Christian faith, but many different faiths, from many different ages and civilizations including the Greek, Roman, Sumerian, Babylonian and Egyptian civilizations among many.
An example of another religious trinity that exists, like how Christians believe that God consists of the Trinity of God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit, is the Hindu Triad Trimurti, which consists of Brahma, Vishnu, and Siva. Both these examples are different various trinity theories that divide a higher, divine, Triadic being polytheistically into three separate Godly elements. The Triad Trimurti contains different Godly elements of one being that all have different attributes and states of existence yet all form one highest being, which is how the Christian belief divides their Triadic God into the Trinity of God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit. Christians who believe in the Christian view of trinity do not accept true monotheism and believe and worship three different forms of God or three God’s, which is “technically” Polytheism, like the beliefs of Hinduism and the Trinity of Trimurti.
The ancient Sumerians dating back to over four and a half thousand years ago around 2500 BC had a triad consisting of Anna, Enlil, and Enki, who were also, ages later technically and historically the same figures of the Babylonian triad that consisted of Anu, lord of heaven, Bel, lord of Earth, and Ea, lord of the abyss, who united, ruling the Universe as one triadic force. The Babylonian’s were influenced by the early Sumerian beliefs in a triad and they took and modified those beliefs and philosophies, altering the theories revolving around the God’s uniquely. Bel in the Chaldaic language means Baal which many historians believe is the same Syrian God Baal, who the early Israelites, worshiped alongside Ashera and Yahweh, before they became monotheist after King Josiah enforced a ban of Ashera and Baal, permitting only Yahweh’s worship, before the Babylonian exile of the Judeans in around 589 BC.
In ancient Greek mythology, Zeus God of Heaven and King of the God's, Poseidon God of the Seas, and Hades God of the Underworld together formed a triadic force of governing, and were also identified differently in Roman Mythology as a Triad consisting of Jupiter God of Sky and King of Heaven, Saturn God of land and agriculture, and Pluto God of the Dead.
The Ancient Egyptians placed gods in formations of triads that usually consisted of a goddess, a god, and their son and since they believed the Gods were Godly mortals, they believed the son was destined to take his father's place after his death, and was his exact counterpart and coequal, destined to bare a son that would replace him when he passes on.
The above examples are varying different examples of Pagan Triads under various conditions and circumstances, in which Godly deities are united together, to form one unified force governing creation. Some of these theories are not entirely in the same forms of the Christian Trinity or the Hindu Trinity, in which three separate existences become one total single existence, but they are Triadic concepts of Godly unity and oneness that have developed in our human civilizations and would have helped inspire the concepts of Christian Trinity.
"Hear, O Israel: The LORD our God, the LORD is one!" (Deuteronomy. 6:4)
There are many arguments in the bible that contradict trinity, most obvious being the fact that the word trinity itself is not once mentioned in the Christian bible. Trinity in the bible is conjured in the minds of Christians, after observing fragmented allusions contained in scriptures that suggest a sense of unity between God and Jesus of Nazareth, who they falsely believe in Christ. Christians take these allusive scriptures and apply them to their theological concept of Trinity and judging by their interpretations of the bible, create their own beliefs. Trinity was created by the church in attempts to further glorify Jesus and is not defined from the bible, but formulated by interpreting dogma in the scriptures.
The True Messianic Unity of God and Christ
Bellow is a Diagram of the Messianic Duality and Unity of God and Christ.
Christ the Son is begotten as a Mortal and exists as a creation of God, created to worship God on the Earth by bringing salvation through the deliverance of the Holy Power and Truth and destroying the Antichrist. The Christ exists as a manifestation that is a temporary existence containing the same Holy Spirit of the Lord. Christ will die after its mortality and God will be one. Only God, the highest form of the Holy Spirit was the beginning and has always existed as the force of creation and the giver of life. God chose not to be Almighty and All Powerful, creating the Heavens and creating life and all the begotten spirits of God's children, manifest with power and freedom under their own to control.
The Christ in reality cannot be considered a God because it exists as a prophetic human sage and God cannot be considered the Christ, because God is a Powerful, Heavenly Deity that is existing in an Immortal Godly form as a Titan, yet both are the same Spirit existing simultaneously in different states and forms of being. The true Christ is the incarnation of God’s Holy Spirit, and is not in league with the Holy Spirit’s highest state of being, the state of Godship, but exists as an Avatar in the bondage of mortality, and a mortal vessel containing God’s Immortal Spirit, living as a threshold for God to pour out power, truth and justice upon the Earth. The Christ is the inferior incarnation of the Holy Spirit and in comparison with the highest state of the Holy Spirit’s Titanic being Christ is a lesser being when placed in proportion. God works with the Christ and through the Christ, but is limited by the Christ’s own free will, its mortal weakness and the laws of physics that govern the Christ’s reality.
The Epic Testament states, “God and Satan are at war and this entire dimension of the Universe has been created by their two powers colliding. Everything that has manifest has been planned between the influences of God and Satan, towards Armageddon and the final battle. The Earth was created among the stars to host the final battle and now in the midst of Armageddon our eternal fates are being decided. The Christ and the Antichrist are now upon the Earth in flesh and all our final purpose in God's plan can now be ultimately fulfilled. The Christ's life must be saved and the Antichrist must be destroyed, to defeat Satan. If the Messiah is destroyed by sin in Armageddon and the Devil's Advocate lives, Satan will be victorious over all souls and none will have salvation.”
Please read The Epic Testament to understand the truth of how the universe was evolved over the course of eons, into our final age and the Apocalypse we face today. The Devil has been laboring towards our damnation since the dawn of time, and God has diligently been serving to prepare the way for the deliverance of Christ in the final battle of Armageddon. The Epic Testament explains the creation of our Universe, using the scientific understandings of evolution and the laws of physics. It examines the spiritual war in our physical world and explains the purpose of Christ and Humanity. I implore you to read and understand these great truths and beseech your careful consideration of this matter.