History of the Trinity
Logical progression toward a Trinitarian viewpoint
The first step toward a Trinitarian viewpoint is to regard Jesus as
not really the Son of God, but in fact God the Son--another
being of equal status and authority to God, who is merely acting
the role of son. This thinking believes that the Father and Son are
equal in every respect including authority. Neither has more authority
and none was before the other.
(It is important to note that although the phrase "Son of God"
occurs over 40 times in the Bible, not a single occurrence of the
phrase "God the Son" is found in Scripture.
The Bible clearly teaches that the highest authority in the universe
is God the Father, followed by His Son, and then man (e.g. 1 Corinthians
The next step toward Trinitarian thinking is to regard the Spirit of
God as not really the Spirit of God,
but in fact God the Spirit. "God the Spirit",
is claimed, is a third being of equal status and authority to God the
Father. This third "God" condescends to act as a mere agent
for God. Nevertheless, men are to worship him as much as they worship
the other two, since he is also God.
(Again, the phrase "God the Spirit" is nowhere
found in Scripture. The Bible teaches that we can ask for
the Spirit (cf. Luke 11:13), but never to pray to the Spirit.)
Thus, the Trinitarian viewpoint is dyslexic. Whenever a Trinitarian
reads the phrase "Son of God" in the Bible, he inverts
the words and reads "God the Son", which is
nowhere found in Scripture. Whenever he reads the phrase "the
Spirit of God" he inverts the words and reads into it "God
the Spirit", which is foreign to the Bible.
"The symbol has been used by Christians as a sign of the Blessed
Trinity (Father, Son and Holy Spirit), especially since the Celtic
Revival of the 19th century....It has been used on the title page
and binding of some editions of the New King James Version."
The symbol of the Trinity in Catholicism is taken from witchcraft.
It is composed of three sixes. It is discussed in detail here: (YouTube)
Who is on the Lords side? (about 30 minutes into the video).
How to draw the Triquetra.
The Gods of Babylon. Babylon is the source of triune gods
in most world pagan religions. It was based on the "sun"
god, at its sunrise, zenith (noon day), and sunset.