The Holy Spirit and Translation Bias (1) [48:42]
by Sean Finnegan rated at 2.8 (10 votes so far)
Sean Finnegan points out several Scriptures where translators intentionally altered the Bible in order to make it fit their traditional doctrine about the holy spirit. Notes available at http://www.christianmonotheism.com/media/text/Sean%20Finnegan%20--%20Translating%20the%20Holy%20Spirit%201.pdf
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More Inconsistencies In Trinitarianism
by Ray Faircloth [7 page]
rated at 1 (out of 5 votes)
Since the 4th century Trinitarians have claimed to be monotheists; yet if they worship God as God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit then 3 co-equal Gods are being worshipped, each God being a separate and distinct person. This is tritheism and not biblical monotheism. Yet this anomaly is covered over by stating that it is a mystery.