Another denial of the Trinity. Why?

Another denial of the Trinity posted on FB: “The God of Babylon = the trinity; The God of Christianity = the trinity; The mystery religion of Babylon = Christianity. It’s really that simple. Why would we want to have the same God as the pope?”

Christian response,

The Pope of Catholicism has nothing to do with the Trinity. The God of the Bible has introduced Himself within the Realm of Time as a Trinity and void the Trinity we could not know God nor could redemption manifest for our sins as God is Spirit (John 4:24) and we are His created beings constrained by Time and physics via a genome, a body of flesh encapsulating an eternal spirit, that He created in His image (Genesis 1:26-28). If not for the hypostatic union of God and man, the Gospel, which was ordained “before the beginning of Time” (2 Timothy 1:10), could not have manifest and provided atonement for our sin; therefore, all of mankind would be condemned in their sin and destined to die the “second death” in Hell because the Father, in His absolute holiness, is NOT going to permit unrepentant sin to enter His Kingdom subsequent to the death of the body in Time (Rev. 21:27); therefore, an Intercessor providing atonement in perfection is mandated (2 Corinthians 5:21; Hebrews 10:5-6).

God introduces Himself as a Triune God beginning in Genesis 1:1 via the Name “Elohim” which is a plural noun with a singular verb and the Holy Spirit is first introduced in Genesis 1:2 and the Trinity is seen working in unison to form the human genome as “Us” in Genesis 1:26-28 while the Son, manifesting in Time through the seed of the woman (virgin), is first introduced in Genesis 3:15 which announces a war between Satan – his fallen angels and the Son, Jesus Christ, while the Gospel by which God would defeat the works of the Devil is pictured in Genesis 3:21; in fact, the very reason the Son of God entered Time was to “destroy the works of the Devil” (1 John 3:8b) and this could NOT have manifest void the Trinity and the hypostatic union (Philippians 2:8).

You can deny and disparage the Trinity if you desire to do so but the Scriptures testify against you and anyone performing an honest exegesis of the Holy Scriptures cannot deny that God has chosen to reveal Himself in a Trinity. The Father, the Son, the Spirit are One-God in essence and Three in person and there exists a consensual delineation of authority in the Godhead as this models obedience, organization, structure, honor, dignity and provides an example for the Biblical family unit and societal structure concerning authorities and obedience to same on Earth.

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