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1 Corinthians 8:6 (Part #1) | Exposing the False Trinity Doctrine

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But for us there is one G-d, the Father, out of whom are all things and we to Him, and one Lord, Yahushua Christ, through whom are all things, and we through him. (1 Corinthians 8:6)

Proof of the Trinity Error

In this verse, Paul indicates that the "one G-d" is one person, "the Father." In contrast to Trinitarian doctrine which states that the one G-d is three persons, this teaching by Paul clearly and necessarily says that the one G-d is one person and that one person is the Father of Yahushua.

The Trinitarian Response

The standard Trinitarian response here is to insist that if anyone concludes that Yahushua cannot be G-d since the Father is identified as the one G-d then one must also consistently conclude that the Father is not Lord since Yahushua is identified as the one Lord. The expectation here is that no one will conclude the Father is not "Lord" and so the claim that Yahushua is not the one G-d is voided by this response.

"But by that reasoning, since Yahushua is the "one Lord," the Father cannot be Lord!" (Robert Bowman, Why You Should Believe in the Trinity, p. 73).

And ironically, Bowman immediately cites Matthew 11:25. We will see why that is so ironic down below.

Essentially, Bowman is arguing that if one argues that Yahushua cannot be the one G-d then to be consistent one must also argue the Father is not the one Lord. This sounds good on the surface doesn't it? But we shall see this is simply a trick to confuse unsuspecting people.

"False prophets also arose among the people just as there will also be false teachers among you who will secretly introduce destructive heresies....they will exploit you with well-turned words." (2 Peter 2:1-3).

As we shall see, this is not a question of whether the Father is Lord. It is a question of whether the Father is THIS Lord mentioned in this verse. He isn't. The Father is the Lord and G-d of the Lord Yahushua. Your Bible tells you that in the days of King David, he was the Lord of Israel. Does that mean he must be G-d? No. Israel's Lord was David; David's Lord was G-d, the Lord G-d.

The Evidence

1. The Trinitarian Identification of the One G-d vs. Paul's Identification

In the doctrine of the Trinity, the one G-d is three persons. The one G-d is the one Triune Being. But Paul is defining the one G-d as one person, the Father. The Father is not the Triune Being and the Triune Being is not the Father. Hence, Paul is clearly defining the one G-d differently than Trinitarians.

Trinitarian: there is one G-d: the Triune Being (three persons)

The Bible: there is one G-d: the Father (one person)

2. Deception with Word Trickery

Firstly, the Trinitarian response attempts to change the question and most people don't even notice this deception. The Trinitarian response suggests that if you say Yahushua is not G-d then you would also have to say the Father is not Lord. But Paul was not talking about whether the Father is G-d or whether Yahushua is Lord. He isn't telling us what is true about the Father (whether he is G-d) and he isn't telling us what is true about Yahushua (whether he is Lord). Paul is telling us what is true about our one G-d (our G-d is the Father) and what is true about our one Lord (our Lord is Yahushua). This Trinitarian trick attempts to change what the question at hand is about to confuse the question at hand.

Secondly, this Trinitarian word game gets people to suppose there is only one Lord in existence and since the Father is Lord and Yahushua is Lord, they must therefore be that one and the same Lord which is the only one in existence, or at least, the only one whom Christians recognize. This is false. Paul is not telling us there is only one Lord in existence. He is telling us we have 1 G-d PLUS 1 Lord. 1 + 1 = 2. Put another way, he is telling us we have one G-d, the Lord G-d, and in addition to our one G-d, we have one Lord, the Lord Yahushua. Trinitarians suggestively imply Paul's point is that there is only one Lord in existence because if someone says the one G-d can't be Yahushua (since the one G-d is identified as the Father), they need to have it that only one Lord exists and then insist you can't say the Father isn't that one Lord. But these claims are not based on facts; they are based on their suggestive words tricks. In this verse, the Father IS NOT "the one Lord" who is mentioned in this verse. Yahushua is the one Lord mentioned in this verse. He is someone we Christians have in addition to our one G-d, the Father. Let us now see this clearly.

3. When men are nullifying Scripture for the sake of their traditions

If Paul was not identifying the one G-d as one person, the Father, and if Paul was not identifying the one Lord as one person, Yahushua, then what was his point? It is quite clear that the Trinitarian response here is designed to nullify this passage and rob it of any meaning whatsoever. They don't care what this passage really means. They only care about what they do not want it to mean and they don't want it to mean that Paul is telling us our G-d is only one person. But if that were so, what is Paul's point when he said, "for us there is one G-d: the Father," if it was not to identify quite clearly just who our one G-d is and that the one G-d is this one person whom we call "the Father"? The Trinitarian intent is to rob Paul's message of any meaning at all. The effect of the Trinitarian response is that it completely nullifies Paul's point and this is exactly what the Trinitarian apologist wants to do for the sake of his Trinitarian tradition.

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