1) God the Father
2) God the Son
3) God the Holy Spirit
Yet, these three are one.
And, their name is Jesus!
Joh 5:43 I am come in my Father's name, and ye receive me not: if another shall come in his own name, him ye will receive.
Joh 14:26 But the Comforter, which is the Holy Ghost, whom the Father will send in my name, he shall teach you all things, and bring all things to your remembrance, whatsoever I have said unto you.
UM? You don't believe in God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit.
As a Berean, I believe exactly what the scriptures say.
1Jn 5:7 For there are three that bear record in heaven, the Father, the Word, and the Holy Ghost: and these three are one.
Show me where is says differently.
You might also that note, that all three are Spirit.
The Father is also known as God the Father.
The Word is also known as God the Son or Jesus Christ.
The Holy Ghost is also known as God the Holy Spirit.
I hope this helps you.
'Trinity' is deduced from the scriptures- pretty much, if you don't see it then you are simply inept or in rebellion against what the prophets and apostles reveal. The word doesn't need to be in there, if you don't believe Jesus is God than you are a Muslim- that's just simple fact home skillet. Call him Deity or prophet, but do not be so vain as to presume Jesus as an angel or some demigod, you fool.
He did not leave that option_
Why do you make the false assumption that it matters whether Jesus was a man, as scripture clearly states, or the Son of God, as scripture clearly states, or God Himself, which is not stated by any scripture?The fundamental problem with those who do not accept the Trinity is that they fail to know who Jesus intrinsically was, in holy essence, at his conception
Why wouldn't that matter?Why do you make the false assumption that it matters whether Jesus was a man, as scripture clearly states, or the Son of God, as scripture clearly states, or God Himself
How's the 23rd verse of the New Testament for you? Matthew 1:23which is not stated by any scripture?
The Bible tells us everything that matters for our belief, and your extra-Biblical doctrine is not on the list.Why wouldn't that matter?
How is Isaiah 8:8 for you?How's the 23rd verse of the New Testament for you? Matthew 1:23
By the way, that "virgin" is Mary, the Mother of God.
Is it extrabiblical that our Lord built the Church?The Bible tells us everything that matters for our belief, and your extra-Biblical doctrine is not on the list.
What do you deny about Matthew 1:23?How is Isaiah 8:8 for you?
Says you.Mary is not the "Mother of God", that is a damnable heresy.
And?Mary is the woman chosen to give birth to the promised Messiah (Christ).
Actually, it is, since church is not a valid translation for ekklesiaIs it extrabiblical that our Lord built the Church?
I am giving you another place in the Bible where the word is used.What do you deny about Matthew 1:23?