The Pagan “Trinity”
The pagan god worshipped in The Mystery Religion of Babylon was a triune god made up of Father/Son/Mother of G-d. The father was the son, the son the father, and both were one with the mother in marriage. We see this abomination as a constant theme not only among pagan religions but also condemned in The Scriptures as YAHUAH is not a triune g-d but the one and only living Elohim.
It is the worship of this triune “Trinity” representation of g-ds that apposes the Elohim in The Scriptures as YAHUAH declares “you shall have no other elohiyms before me”… “Before me” is the English translation of the Hebrew words “in my face”. So YAHUAH actually said “you shall have no other elohims in my face!” The same expression used of Nimrod who was described as a “mighty hunter before YAHUAH’ or rather a “mighty hunter in the face of YAHUAH” implying rebellion against YAHUAH. So we are to “have no other (g-d’s) elohim’s in YAHUAH’s face!”
NOTE: The declaration that YAHUAH is ONE not a Trinity is the central theme in the True Faith of every man of Elohim in the Scriptures, including The Messiah. This knowledge of YAHUAH being the One and Only Creator and Elohim is the very “mark” on the forehead of the Elect called “The Shema” that marks the elect for eternal life. When YAHUSHA (the True Messiah) was asked the single greatest commandment of YAHUAH, he quoted The Shema (Shema means “hear” in Hebrew) by quoting literally from The Torah Deuteronomy Chapter 6:
“The most important one,” answered YAHUSHA, “is this: ‘Hear, O Israel, YAHUAH our ELOHIYM, YAHUAH is one.
YAHUSHA was quoting Deuteronomy 6:4 verbatim. This passage of Deuteronomy is also defined as the “mark between our eyes and on our right hands”. It IS the “mark of YAHUAH” that sets us apart from this “false religion” whose mark is literally The Trinity made on the foreheads of newly baptized babied and over the hearts of literally billions every day as they make “the sign of the cross” in the name of The Trinity.
This “mark” of YAHUAH on our foreheads and right hand displayed by The Messiah and expressed as the single greatest command as we see below is an outright denial of the pagan Trinity g-ds:
4 Hear, O Israel: YAHUAH our ELOHIYM, YAHUAH is one. 5 Love YAHUAH your ELOHIYM with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your strength. 6 These commandments that I give you today are to be on your hearts. 7 Impress them on your children. Talk about them when you sit at home and when you walk along the road, when you lie down and when you get up. 8 Tie them as symbols (mark) on your hands and bind them (mark) on your foreheads.
The true Messiah YAHUSHA again demonstrated this singular knowledge of YAHUAH is the foundation of eternal life. For He is the giver of life and to receive that life you must be in covenant with YAHUAH through the Renewed Covenant:
3 And this is eternal life, that they may know You (YAHUAH), the only true ELOHIYM, and (then there is) YAHUSHA (the) Messiah whom You (YAHUAH) have sent (as the Passover not Easter sacrifice for sin).
We also see this same triune god is a consistent theme in every pagan religion which evolved from The Mystery Religion of Babylon. This religion of Satan cleverly apposes the Mark of YAHUAH in the minds (mark of the forehead is a metaphor for knowledge).
The History of the “Pagan Trinity”
A triple deity (sometimes referred to as threefold, Trinity, tripled, triplicate, tripartite, triune or triadic) is a deity associated with the number three. Such deities are common throughout world mythology; the number three has a long history of mythical associations. C. G. Jung considered the arrangement of deities into triplets an archetype (or mark) in the history of religion. The deities and legendary creatures of this nature typically fit into one of the following general categories:
• triadic (“forming a group of three”): a triad, three entities inter-related in some way (life, death, rebirth, for example, or triplet children of a deity) and always or usually associated with one another or appearing together;
• triune (“three-in-one, one-in-three”): a Trinity being with three aspects or manifestations;
• tripartite (“of triple parts”): a being with three body parts where there would normally be one (three heads, three pairs of arms, and so on); or
• triplicate-associated (“relating to three corresponding instances”): a being in association with a trio of things of the same nature which are symbolic or through which power is wielded (three magic birds, etc.)
Now let us take a journey throughout history as The Trinity evolved as THE G-D of almost every pagan religion in opposition to YAHUAH, the ONLY TRUE ELOHIM. As we see The Messiah YAHUSHA speaking to his Heavenly Father, YAHUAH in John 17:3 declares this simple truth and that truth is where salvation is found:
3 Now this is eternal life: that they know you (YAHUAH), the only true ELOHIYM, and (your) Messiah YAHUSHA, whom you have sent.
Again, when asked the single greatest commandment in the entire Scriptures, YAHUSHA clearly contradicted the “pagan Trinity” in Mark 12:28-34 the Messiah correctly answered the “teachers of The Law” with what is known as “The Shema” which is the “Seal of YAHUAH” on your forehead… YAHUSHA quoted directly from Deuteronomy 12:
28 One of the teachers of the law came and heard them debating. Noticing that YAHUSHA had given them a good answer, he asked him, “Of all the commandments, which is the most important?”
29 “The most important one,” answered YAHUSHA, “is this: ‘Hear, O Israel: YAHUAH our ELOHIYM, YAHUAH is (the) one (and only ELOHIYM). 30 Love YAHUAH your ELOHIYM with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength.’
So much for “the Trinity”… that is how pagans worship their g-ds, not how the men in the Scripture including The Messiah worshipped YAHUAH. YAHUAH forbids us from “saying we are worshipping him” in the way pagans worship their g-ds:
You must not worship YAHUAH your ELOHIYM in their way, because in worshiping their elohiym’s (g-ds), they do all kinds of detestable things YAHUAH hates. They even burn their sons and daughters in the fire as sacrifices to their elohiym’s (g-ds).
No wonder Christianity abolished The Torah. It stands as witness against every ritual they practice