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1 Corinthians 8:6 (Part #5) | Exposing the False Trinity Doctrine

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10. The Trinitarian's Inescapable Dilemma

When Trinitarians wish to insist that Paul is indicating there is only one Lord in existence, he will find himself caught in an inescapable dilemma with his claim that the word "Lord" is simply another way of indicating that one is "G-d." Carefully regard the following passages of Scripture:

the G-d and Father of our Lord Yahushua Christ (Rom 15:6).

the G-d and Father of our Lord Yahushua Christ (2 Cor 1:3).

the G-d and Father of our Lord Yahushua Christ (2 Cor 11:31).

the G-d and Father of our Lord Yahushua Christ (Eph 1:3).

the G-d of our Lord Yahushua Christ (Eph 1:17).

the G-d and Father of our Lord Yahushua Christ (Col 1:3).

the G-d and Father of our Lord Yahushua Christ (1 Pet 1:3).

The one Lord, Yahushua Christ, has a G-d. If the word "Lord" was a reference to "G-d" then all these passages would referring to the G-d of our G-d Yahushua Christ. G-d's G-d? It is absurd to suggest G-d has a G-d no matter how you mighty want to qualify it. It is quite clear that the one Lord or 1 Corinthians 8:6 is not G-d but a Lord who has a G-d, the Father. The one G-d, the Father, is the G-d of the one Lord, Yahushua Christ. Likewise, the one G-d, Yahuwah, was the G-d of Israel's one Lord, King David. The Father is the G-d of this "one Lord" mentioned at 1 Corinthians 8:6. The Father is not this one Lord but the G-d of this one Lord. The Lord G-d is the G-d of the Lord Yahushua.

11. Paul's Point: One G-d plus One Lord = TWO - The Lord G-d and His Christ

Paul's point is quite clear. For us Christians there is one G-d: the Father. In contrast to many G-ds we just have one G-d and that one G-d is the Father. Period. For us Christians there is also one Lord: Yahushua Christ. In contrast to many Lords we just have one Lord and that one Lord is Yahushua. We have one G-d and we also have one Lord. We have one G-d, the Lord G-d, plus one Lord, Yahushua Christ. The one G-d is the G-d of the Lord Yahushua. The Lord Yahushua has a G-d and Lord; the Lord G-d does not.

If we are concerned about consistency, and we said that Yahushua cannot be the one G-d whom Paul is mentioning then we would also have to say the Father is not the one Lord Paul mentions in this verse. And yes we would and should say this because it is most certainly true. The Father is not the one Lord who Paul is talking about at 1 Corinthians 8:6. That one Lord is Yahushua. The Father is another Lord, Yahushua Christ's Lord. The Father is the G-d of this Lord, as Paul says several times. Yahushua is the one whom G-d MADE Lord when He raised him from the dead. This Lord is most definitely not the Father. This Lord is not the Lord G-d; this Lord is the Lord Yahushua whose G-d is the Lord G-d, our Father.

Can we say with consistency that Yahushua cannot be the one G-d? Yes we certainly can. There is only one true G-d and Paul identifies that one G-d as the Father, the Lord G-d. Do we then need to say that the Father is not Lord? No, there isn't just one Lord. The Father is Lord but he is not the one Lord mentioned in this verse. Christians recognize there are two true Lords: (1) the Lord Yahushua, and (2) the Lord G-d, the G-d of the Lord Yahushua. For us there is one G-d, the Father, who is the Lord G-d. But also for us, in addition to the one G-d our Father, there is one Lord, Yahushua Christ, the one whom G-d made Lord of all when He raised him from the dead.

The crux of the matter is this. The Father is our G-d and the G-d of our Lord, the Lord Yahushua. Yahushua is the Lord of us. When Paul says there is one G-d, the Father, Yahushua cannot also be that one G-d. When Paul says there is one Lord, Yahushua, the Father cannot be that one Lord, and He isn't. He is another Lord, the Lord and G-d of Yahushua who made Yahushua Lord when He raised him from the dead. The Lord Yahushua has a Lord and G-d; the Lord G-d does not.

Paul's point is simply this. Pagans have many G-ds and many Lords. They have BOTH of these things. But for Christians, we don't have many G-ds, we only have one G-d, our Father. And we don't have many Lords in addition to that one G-d; we just have one Lord, Yahushua Christ. The one G-d is the G-d of the one Lord, our Lord, Yahushua. The pagans had many G-ds and many Lords; they had BOTH of these things. And we have BOTH of these things: one G-d and one Lord. The pagans have many G-ds plus many Lords; we have one G-d plus one Lord. Our one G-d is the G-d of our one Lord; our one G-d, the Lord G-d is the G-d and Lord of our Lord Yahushua. The Lord Yahushua has a Lord; the Lord G-d does not.

The kings of the earth took their stand, and the rulers were gathered together against the Lord and His Christ. Acts 4:26.

Conclusion

Trinitarians have had 1600 years to dream up their contrivances and word tricks. This is just another of the many that have been crafted and devised. The suggestive trick here is to imply Paul is referring to how many G-d and Lords actually exist and to insist that if there is only one Lord then both Yahushua and the Father must be that one and same Lord. But that is the problem. They are not the one and same Lord. The Lord G-d our Father made Yahushua into a Lord when He raised him from the dead. By definition, this Lord cannot be the same Lord as the Father.

Paul's point is that "for us" Christians we have two things: (1) one G-d: the Father, plus (2) one Lord: Yahushua Christ, just as the pagans have two things, (1) many G-ds, and (2) many lords. The "one Lord" in view here can hardly be G-d since the one G-d is the G-d of this one Lord. Moreover, the Lord Yahushua has a Lord and G-d and the Lord G-d does not. Unlike the pagans who of many of these (G-ds) and many of those (lords), Christians only have one of these (G-d) and one of those (Lord).

The one Lord is the Head of every man, Christ, and the one G-d here is the Head or Lord of Christ, the Father. Yahushua said that no one can serve two Lords or he will love the one and hate the other. However, it is clear that he means we cannot serve two different Lord with different agendas because we would have to choose which one to serve. But this does not occur with our Lord Yahushua and his Lord, G-d the Father. Not only so, the Head of every man is Christ and the Head of Christ is G-d. Our Lord is the one we are directly serving: Yahushua, the one whom G-d put in charge, and his Lord is G-d the Father.

Scholars such as Murray Harris have stated that one cannot say, "G-d is Yahushua," or that would be saying G-d is only Yahushua. Every once in awhile Trinitarians forget their own lies and betray themselves. If you can't say "G-d is Yahushua" then why could Paul say the one G-d is the Father? For the very reason that Murray Harris states: that would be saying G-d is only the Father. Yes, that is what Paul's words mean. Paul is telling us precisely who our one G-d is. Trinitarians don't care for that too much. For Trinitarians, there is one G-d, the Triune Being; for Christians, there is one G-d, the Father. Our one G-d is the G-d whom Yahushua came to reveal, his G-d, the Father, the G-d of our Lord Yahushua Christ.

How to Respond to Trinitarians

If you get an argument similar to the following from Trinitarians....

"If you reason that Yahushua cannot be 'G-d' then you must consistently reason the Father is not 'Lord.'"

....then you should respond thusly:

"You are incorrect. If I reason that Yahushua is not this one G-d mentioned here, I must consistently argue that the Father is not this one Lord mentioned here. And he isn't. The Father is not this one Lord. This Lord is Yahushua and the Father, the Lord G-d, is the Lord and G-d of the Lord Yahushua. Just as Israel had one G-d, Yahuwah, and one Lord (Kyrios), David, we also have one G-d, the Father, and one Lord, Yahushua. Yahuwah was Israel's Lord (Kyrios) and David was Israel's Lord (Kyrios). They were not the same Lord (Kyrios). And neither is the Father and Yahushua. The Father is the G-d of our one Lord (Eph 1:17). The Lord Yahushua has a Lord and G-d, the Lord G-d, our Father, does not. Yahushua is not the one G-d nor is the Father this one Lord."

For us, there is one G-d: the Father.

I am ascending to my Father and your Father and my G-d and your G-d. John 20:17.
 


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