ONLY TRUE GOD? JOHN 17:3 :Arianism Today

 We should stop there and ponder for a minute the ramifications of Jesus calling God the Father the only true God. Now according to Trinitarians Jesus and God are one. But in this verse Jesus is calling God the only true God. That word “only” does not include Jesus. We know this because Jesus placed “and” in between God and himself.

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Hear, O Israel: The LORD our God is one LORD: (Deu 6:4 KJV)

I would also like to exhort my brothers who  accept the truth of the Bible and reject the Trinity. When you try to teach another THE TRUTH ABOUT THE TRINITY DOCTRINE DO SO in a spirit of meekness because we were equally mistaken. And we are no better than they are, we had made the same mistakes that they had, and we believe by faith like they did and were in error. And we believe that God was gracious enough to forgive us of our error we must be just as gracious to our brothers, and treat them as our own selves when we were in error.

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The Memra of Yahweh and the Fall of Sodom and Gomorrah

We are going to examine the passage from Genesis 19:24 which speaks about two ”Yahwehs” and the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah. It is critical that we understand there is only ONE true God who is uncreated and this same Eternal God lives outside of time and space. It is very important to realize there are not two Yahwehs, and that God is not a Trinity. The Torah makes it very clear that Yahweh our God is ONE, and not three: ” Hear, O Israel Yahweh our God, Yahweh is…

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Judaism and Arianism the same faith…

This shows that the Jewish understanding of this verse is compatible with the understanding from Arianism. The Word of the Lord in the Targum maybe where John gets his understanding of the word.  this is to give us as Arians credence That we not only have the right perspective the Jesus and the father but that it is also the way they believed in Judaism. Arianism can coexist with the theology of the Jews who used this book for theology. Trinitarians want to say that this points towards the doctrine of the trinity, but that is absolutely a false assumption.This shows that the Jewish understanding of this verse is compatible with the understanding from Arianism. The Word of the Lord in the Targum maybe where John gets his understanding of the word.  this is to give us as Arians credence That we not only have the right perspective the Jesus and the father but that it is also the way they believed in Judaism. Arianism can coexist with the theology of the Jews who used this book for theology. And the Word of the Lord  created man in His likeness, in the likeness of the presence of the Lord He created him, the male and his yoke-fellow He created them. (Gen 1:27 JTE ) 

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