Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Is Non-Trinitarianism Cultish?

According to most main line & evangelical Christians, the answer is a resounding YES!

Why do they feel this way? Because, this is what most have been taught. Does that make it true? Does evolution have to be true just because many have been taught that if you doubt it's true, you are an ignorant and hoplelessly foolish human? No. Evolution is a lie. Do all evangelicals agree on this statement? No. Does believing in creationism make a Christian believer lost? I don't know of any that teach that, even if they are convinced those holding to creationism are backwards and foolish...but probably saved. But creationism is absolutely biblical. It comes directly from the word of God.
Does trinitarianism come absolutely from the word of God...or from the extrapolations some have pulled from the word, then condemning all who oppose as heretics?

 According to "The Kingdom of the Cults" author, Walter Martin, "

"One prominent trait of all non-Christian religions and cults is their pointed denial of the scriptural doctrine of the Trinity and the deity of Jesus Christ."

 What if you accept the deity of Jesus, but refute the doctrine of the trinity? Are you then partially cultish?

 YES! IF that is what Jesus taught, or the apostles, or if it could be quoted from the Old Testament (or New Testament) somewhere. The problem is...Jesus didn't, nor the apostles, nor any of the prophets. If you research the teaching, you will find that... 

It is manifest that a dogma so mysterious presupposes a Divine revelation. When the fact of revelation, understood in its full sense as the speech of God to man, is no longer admitted, the rejection of the doctrine follows as a necessary consequence.

Then further arguments are presented by quoting their own (Roman Catholic) sources as being alone worthy of acceptence. The Roman Catholic Church (as Mystery Babylon) must teach a trinity in order to get Mary to be "venerated" as the Queen of Heaven". The Queen of Heaven was always and is still Semiramis, the female usurper to Nimrod as the prevailing deity. How many Roman Catholics pray repeatedly to Jesus, and how many pray to Mary repeatedly? I'm guessing (since I'm not Roman Catholic) that Mary gets many more prayers than Jesus. Especially since Roman Catholics are taught they should pray to Mary directly instead of Jesus, because Jesus may not grant YOUR request, but will NEVER deny his own mother's requests. Where is THAT found in scripture?

 If you must extrapolate your doctrines from scattered scriptures not explicitly stating a doctrine, that doctrine being extrapolated is mere philosophy!

      Col 2:8 Beware lest any man spoil you through philosophy and vain deceit, after the tradition of men, after the rudiments of the world, and not after Christ.
Col 2:9 For in him dwelleth all the fulness of the Godhead bodily.
Scripture absolutely teaches the divinity/deity of Jesus. He is the Creator! The Almighty God! But nowhere do we read he is a trinity.
Believing in the trinity is THE doctrine required by the Roman Catholic church in order to be saved...to make you a Roman Catholic.

The Creed of Athanasius
"1. Whosoever will be saved, before all things it is is necessary that he hold the Catholic Faith.
2. Which Faith except everyone do keep whole and undefiled, without doubt he shall perish everlastingly.

3. And the Catholic Faith is this: That we worship one God in Trinity, and Trinity in Unity,

Roman Catholic Doctrine...taken with the break-away Protestants. It is still Roman Catholic doctrine! You say your not a Roman Catholic, but hold to her doctrines? Did you know that according to the Roman Catholic church, as long as you have been baptized into the trinity... you don't need to be rebaptized if you join their church. But if you were baptized in Jesus name... like all the apostles, and every Christian believer in the New Testament...including Mary the mother of Jesus, your baptism is invalid! So according to their doctrine, Mary wasn't even saved?!!?? Right, like they believe that.

Check the links to the right to read more about the Mystery Babylon and her doctrines.

Go to the Tract page, and the Power Point pages to learn what the bible really says. If it isn't BIBLICAL CHRISTIANITY, it isn't really Christian at all.

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