Oooo.....what a spooky image huh?
Well, I'm only using it to make you consider the notion that God's divinity has been inverted. What do I mean by that? Well, I have come to the conclusion, by studying the Scriptures, that there is indeed only one God. Much of his divine nature (as taught in Scripture) has been tampered with, on purpose by hypocrites and false teacher since Jesus' ascension. More so in the 4th century church, and subsequently by sincerely deceived teachers at today's church pulpits.
Dear reader, the Bible warns us time and again that there are agents of evil who creep in unawares to spoil our love feasts with their false teachings, right? Well then, why is it such a stretch to acknowledge, even the possibility, that the Trinity teaching is a prime example of that warning? What I want us to understand is that Satan not only attempts to copy what God does, he also perverts and inverts who God is and what he has already done, and will do.
What Is An Inversion?
Inversion /in-ver-Zhen/ (n.) a reverse of the order, arrangement, position, or nature of something.
Let me say what should be obvious to the ardent Scripture student, that the Bible directly teaches that there is only ONE God, who rules and reigns his created universe under several royal titles. While on the other hand, men teach the grammatical nonsense of three separate persons that rule the created universe under the one royal title, that of God the Almighty. Trinitarians will deny this of course, I mean, would you admit to willfully believing a false teaching? I know I wouldn't. Even so, the Christian's sole anchor of truth is God's word, so in all honesty, our denial of believing in a false god based on our good intentions doesn't make us right. If a teaching isn't clearly written in Scripture, then it is a false teaching. The truth is as plain as the noses on our faces. Even the teachers of the Trinity doctrine (Martin Luther, and John MacArthur) candidly admit that this doctrine is not directly and clearly taught in Scripture. Wow! I find that admission amazing, don't you? Instead, they happily insist that it is an implied revelation. That is a mystery. That it is beyond our comprehension, and they actually believe that this makes their teaching more legitimate.