The Triniterian doctrine as it stands with catholics is no different to that of protestants.
I do not abide by it. because I cannot understand it. and faith is not without Knowledge.
However; I make it very clear that Jesus is the divine Son of God and not an angel, that the Holy Spirit is also of divine nature with the attribute of God’s power.
The concept of ‘God the father, God the son, and God the holy spirit’ is not scriptural, but a Babylonian trinitarian belief contrary to scripture.

These scriptures below need to be pondered and prayed for their revealed truth.

“By the word of the Lord the heavens were made”………. Psalms33:6

“For He spoke and it was done”………. Psalm33:9

The ‘word’ of the lord in those verses is the very ‘breath of His mouth’, It is that which God ‘said’ In the creation account of Genesis.

It is that word that became flesh Jn1:1 by the same Spirit that was moving over the surface of the waters Gen1:2 Lk1:35

The Lord said unto Moses “I the Lord God of Israel is One” Deut6:4 Not three. Jesus Himself said it in Mk12:29

The problem with theology is that It Questions the word of God to attain answers, a devilish scheme with its source in the Garden.
“In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. He was in the beginning with God” Jn1:1,2
The Apostle does not say ‘In the beginning was Jesus’ Nor does he say, ‘in the beginning was the Son’

let us understand that the Apostle is Referring to the Jesus that he has come to Know in the Flesh, and that prior to this present position of His incarnation as the Son, He was the Logos word spoken by God “By the word of the Lord the heavens were made”………. Psalms33:6

“all things came into being through Him” 1Jn1:3
Again, the Apostle is using the present tense by referring to the Jesus that he knew in the flesh and that it is He which is responsible for the creation. For it was God the Father almighty that said in the Gen account of creation “For He spoke and it was done”………. Psalm33:9

The parallelism of the spoken word by God in the Gen1:3 “God said ,let there be Light, is readily seen in Jn1:5 “And the light (Jesus as the incarnate Word) shines in the darkness.

One has to understand the rhetoric of the Apostles thinking as he expresses the divine Truth.


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