The Trinity is a thought that many Christian domination teach. Amazingly, nowhere in the bible is the word Trinity. The Trinity is the thought that the Father (God), the son (Jesus), and the Holy Spirit are one God head. This belief is taught by man.
Nowadays, people think that the Trinity exists only because they were taught so. People need to study, and meditate on scriptures to come with the correct answer. In Matthew 26:39, Jesus prays, “My Father if it be possible let this cup pass from me but nether less not as I will but as thou will.” God’s will is what Jesus wanted to live by, clearly his (Jesus) will was not God’s will. Earlier, Jesus explained to the Pharisees that he was sent by the Father (God). There Jesus separates himself from the Father. In Mark 13;32 Jesus states he is not equal to God when he states, “No one knows not even the angels in heaven, nor the son but only the father.” Lastly, we know the Holy Spirit who Jesus told his disciples would come to take his place was also the same spirit who came upon him near the beginning of his ministry ( Luke 3:22 and John 15:26) How would God be on God?
Although bible translations have taken God’s real name (YWHW which translates to Jehovah) out of the bible his name is present more than 7000 times. The name is replaced with LORD. We see when referring to Jesus the word is Lord. Here is another point that shows God is a higher deity than Jesus.
People may argue that there scriptural evidence of a Trinity. For example, in Genesis 1:26, God stated, “Let us make man in our image.” People may say that this shows a Trinity, in reality this only shows that Jesus was created before his “birth” in Bethlehem. John 8:58 agrees to Jesus’ presence where he stated “…I say to you before Abraham came into existence I have been.” In John 1;1-2 “In the beginning was the Word and the Word was with God and the Word was God. He was in the beginning with God. We know the Word was Jesus (vs. 14) but how can God be with God?
Does not believing in the Trinity make one not a Christian? Not at all, Jesus is the Messiah that our God has sent (john 316). God’s spirit is everywhere as promised.( Romans 5:5) When one is reading the scripture with an open heart and mind the Truth will be available.