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The trinity in the Old Testament

The Holy Trinity is one major doctrine of Christianity. It is true that word ‘trinity’ is not recorded anywhere in the Bible yet there are many portions in that detail or unveil this belief to be valid. I have watched many Youtube videos on how some Christians define the trinity including Nabeel Qureshi and many others.

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The permanent judgment of God is evident in our time – No one will escape

God’s holiness and Judgement

Christians know this one thing that God the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit are one. Therefore, who Jesus is, so God is and the same is the Holy Spirit. God or Jesus or the Holy Spirit is the same yesterday, today and forever (Hebrews 13:8). What God did in the very first book of the Bible, the third chapter, is evidence in our time that what God says He will do He surely makes it happen.

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Does arguing about the trinity of God help anyone?

trinity-quesitonGod is so mighty such that humans cannot completely comprehend who He actually is. Thoughts based on scripture and common sense have been shared on who He actually is and the debate goes on and on with no conclusive and common explanation.  Muslims, Jehova’s witnesses, Evangelicals and many other groups have differing opinions on who He is. A large percentage of Christians believe in the trinity of God. All these groups quote the scriptures, the one Holy Bible to defend their position. At the end of the day, it would seem like nobody is wrong because all can quote relevant scriptures to support their position.

I argued a lot about the trinity of God with Jehovah’s witnesses and eventually came to this question, ‘Does arguing about the trinity of God help anyone get closer to God or gain eternal life?’ I eventually realized that as much as it is a valid point to discuss in religious matters but I believe that believing one point of view over the other is probably not a reason for not following God’s commandments. Continue reading

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