Are Trinitarians an antichrist?

Those absent the Holy Spirit refer to the Trinitarian as an “antichrist.” What has the Holy Spirit said about God revealing Himself as a Trinity within the Realm of Time? Are we to disbelieve what the Holy Spirit has said simply because our 3-pound brain lacks the ability to fully understand our omnipotent God?

The Trinity is extant from The Genesis to the Revelation for the one willing to believe God and what He has said. God reveals Himself as a Trinity first in Genesis 1:1 with the plural noun, singular verb, “Elohim.” The Holy Spirit is first introduced in Genesis 1:2. The Father, Son, Spirit, are seen working together to create the complex human genome in their spiritual image in Genesis 1:26-28 as “Our” and “Us.” The Son is first introduced in Genesis 3:15 as emanating in Time through the seed of the woman (virgin) and doing battle with the Devil (1 John 3:8b). The battle strategy used by God to destroy the works of the Devil is first pictured as the Gospel in Genesis 3:21 with the shedding of innocent blood to clothe mankind in a robe of righteousness (2 Corinthians 5:21) while rejecting the works of man to cover his own sin (fig leaves). In the first-three Chapters of the Canon…we see the Trinity at work but there are those who don’t see and won’t believe. Jesus often spoke of the Trinity, but you refuse to believe.

Who is the “true” antichrist?

“Who is the liar except the one who denies that Jesus is the Christ? This is the antichrist, the one who denies the Father and the Son.” 1 John 2:22 (NASB)

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