BIBLE DOES NOT TEACH
On both of these points we're in agreement.
However, the problems become insurmountable
when the one Godhead is assumed to be composed
of three separate and distinct persons. Each person
is either fully God, making three Gods, or each
person is 1/3 God thus completing the full Godhead.
Which is your position?
BIBLE DOES TEACH
(1) The Bible does teach that there is only one God.
God is absolutely and indivisibly one with no
distinction of persons. Many times the scriptures
call God the Holy One (Ps.71:22, 78:41; Isa.1:4, 5:19,
24), but never the "Holy two, the Holy Three, or the
(2) The Bible does not portray the one deity as
consisting of three persons anywhere. Please
consider how three persons in the Godhead
existing together, each being God, and each being
separate and distinct from the other, could logically
be referred to as one and not three Gods?
(3) It is clear the terms Father, Son, and Holy Ghost
cannot imply three separate persons, personalities,
wills or beings. They can only denote the multiple
roles, manifestations, titles and works of the one
(4) You have portrayed the Godhead as consisting
of three divine persons, with three separate minds
and wills. One in the respect that they united
together for a common purpose. To be "one in plan,
one in doctrine, one in protection." By your
definition you have converted monotheism into
polytheism, trio-theism to be exact. The term "three
persons" is incorrect because there is no essential
threeness about God. The only number relevant to
God is "one."
(5) God is one divine being with one personality, will
and mind. He has one visible body - the glorified
human body of Jesus Christ.
PLURALITY IN THE GODHEAD
Our discussion is not in pluralities, but a plurality of
what? The issue is not ''us'', ''our'', or ''we''. We
accept the plurality of these terms. We believe in a
plurality of attributes and manifestations of God.
Even Elohim, as most scholars agree, indicates
God's greatness of His