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Deuteronomy 32:39 | Exposing the False Trinity Doctrine

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I, I am He, and there is no G-d besides Me. (Deuteronomy 32:39)

Proof of the Trinity Error

Yahuwah declares there is no G-d besides but He Himself.

The Evidence

Do you thus repay Yahuwah, O foolish and unwise people? Is He not your Father who has bought you? He has made you and established you.... See now that I, I am He, and there is no G-d besides ME. (Deuteronomy 32:6, 39).

1. Yahuwah the Father is the Speaker in Verse 39

The word translated as "G-d" in this passage is the Hebrew word elohim. Hebrew did not have upper and lower case letters. The verse simply says there is no ELOHIM besides me.

Here at Deuteronomy 32:6, Moses identifies Yahuwah as the Father and so we discover precisely just who is speaking in verse 39. If we keep reading the passage, we find that Yahuwah Himself begins to speak at verse 20, and if we continue reading to verse 39, Yahuwah the Father declares "there is no G-d besides "ME." This declaration by the Father excludes everyone else. The Father is declaring that there is no G-d besides He Himself.

Sometimes, Trinitarians wish to claim that the "Father" in this passage is not G-d the Father. A common claim (without evidence) is that the Father here is the Triune Being. However, the Scriptures show us that this is impossible.

2. Bizarre Trinitarian Claims: "Our Four Fathers"

When we weave tangled webs sometimes our lies become very obvious. When Trinitarians here claim the Father in view is the Triune G-d, they end up with three "G-d the Fathers": (1) Yahushua's Father, the one people usually understand to be G-d the Father [Yahuwah], (2) they identify Yahushua himself as the Father at Isaiah 9:6, and finally, (3) they attempt to claim the Triune G-d is the Father here at Deuteronomy 32. And even further yet, they know, and must accept that, (4) the Holy Spirit is the person who fathers/begets baby Yahushua and this is the third person of the Trinity and not the first. The Father of a child is by definition the person who conceives him. This is yet another Father for a grand total of four Fathers in Trinitarianism. Absurdity stacked upon absurdity.

Do not call anyone on earth your father; for ONE is your Father, He who is in heaven. Matthew 23:9

Yahushua testifies that for us there is only ONE Father. Therefore, Trinitarian claims that Christians recognize other divine Fathers are necessarily false. Yahushua insists there is only ONE Father: his Father. Therefore, the Father identified at Deuteronomy 32:6 is most certainly G-d the Father [Yahuwah], the Father of Yahushua. Hence, it was the Father who Himself testified, "there is no G-d besides ME. In doing so, the Father excludes everyone else by declaring that He alone is G-d and nobody else.

ONE G-d and Father of all who is over all and through all and in all. Ephesians 4:6.

For both He who sanctifies and those who are sanctified are all from ONE Father; for which reason He is not ashamed to call them brethren. Hebrews 2:11

Do we not all have one Father? Has not one G-d created us? Malachi 2:10

In Trinitarian doctrine, the Father is not the Triune being since that would say the Father is a three person being. The same is true of the Son and the Holy Spirit. In Trinitarian doctrine the Triune being, the Father, the Son, and Holy Spirit, are 4 distinct identities. And the Scriptures make it abundantly clear that the people of Yahuwah only have ONE Father and not two, or three, or more. Hence, G-d the Father [Yahuwah], and not some other identity, is most certainly the speaker at Deuteronomy 32:39.

3. Even More Evidence

Israel is identified in Scripture as Yahuwah's firstborn son (Exodus 4:22). For that reason we read at Hosea 11:1 the following:

When Israel was a youth I loved him and out of Egypt I called My son.

Israel was regarded as Yahuwah's son. But carefully notice how Matthew applies this verse to Yahushua at Matthew 2:15, "out of Egypt I called my son." Matthew's witness tells us beyond any doubt that it was the Father who spoke these words at Hosea 11:1 since only the Father is the Father of Yahushua. Yahushua's Father is not a triune being. Hence, we know for certain that the Father of Israel and the Father of Yahushua are the exact same identity, no more, no less. Therefore, it is the Father of Yahushua who said, "Out of Egypt I called My Son."

Now in our passage at hand, the speaker says he is the one who delivered them out of Egypt. We have seen it is the Father and so we know it was the Father who said in verse 39, "I, I am He, and there is no G-d besides ME." And we should not be surprised. The only person who was the G-d of Yahushua was his Father alone.

But even further, in verse 18, the Father alludes to Israel as his son whom He begat and gave birth. From Hosea 11:1 and Matthew 2:15, we know for certain this is G-d the Father [Yahuwah]. So again, there is no doubt it was G-d the Father [Yahuwah] who said, "I, I am He, and there is no G-d besides ME. It was impossible for that statement to be true if the Trinity was true. The Father states nobody is G-d but He alone.


The Scriptures make it quite clear that the Father of Yahushua and the Father of Israel are the same Father. Yahushua teaches us that "ONE" is our Father, not two or three or more as Trinitarians suggest. Therefore, we must conclude that the Father mentioned at Deuteronomy 32:6, and who is speaking at 32:39, is the Father of Yahushua, Yahuwah the Father. If indeed Yahuwah the Father declares there is no G-d besides "ME" then should we not believe him? Or should we simply ignore or deny these plains words of Yahuwah Himself? The Father is excluding everyone else but Himself. No one else is G-d but the Father [Yahuwah], the G-d of our Lord Yahushua.

He is G-d and there is no other but Him. (Deuteronomy 4:35)

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