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how the Bible refutes Christianity

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It might come as a surprise to many, but several of Christianity’s main creeds and doctrines are in fact not biblical, in other words the main source of refutation comes from the Bible itself. Many Christian apologists often like to argue that Muslims reject most of the key central doctrines of Christianity because of the Quran, so it’s mainly because of the Quran that Muslims reject ideas-concepts such as the Trinity, the crucifixion-death-resurrection of Jesus and so forth.

While that is true to a certain degree, the fact of the matter is that many times Muslims also reject key Christian doctrines because of the Bible. Muslims to learn more about the other faiths take the time to read the Bible, something Christian apologists often encourage Muslims to do, and after Muslims read the Bible they realize that this book doesn’t really correlate to the beliefs espoused by Christian apologists.

Let’s start with the main Christian doctrine that comes before all others, Jesus’ death and resurrection, that Jesus’ death was for the sins of mankind, he died for everybody and we must believe and accept this in order to receive salvation. Well this concept is entirely unbiblical, as the Bible says something quite the opposite:

Deuteronomy 24:16 Fathers shall not be put to death for their children, nor children put to death for their fathers; each is to die for his own sin.

Jeremiah 31:29-31 “In those days people will no longer say, ‘The fathers have eaten sour grapes, and the children’s teeth are set on edge.’ Instead, everyone will die for his own sin; whoever eats sour grapes–his own teeth will be set on edge. “The time is coming,” declares the LORD, “when I will make a new covenant with the house of Israel and with the house of Judah.”

Ezekiel 18:20 The soul who sins is the one who will die. The son will not share the guilt of the father, nor will the father share the guilt of the son. The righteousness of the righteous man will be credited to him, and the wickedness of the wicked will be charged against him.

According to the Bible itself, each person shall die and be responsible for their own sin, someone else will not be responsible or be put to death for the sin of another. Hence the Bible contradicts the very main core doctrine of Christianity, Jesus being responsible and dying for the sins of others.

The next key core doctrine in Christianity (for Trinitarian Christians at least) is the Trinity, that God is three in one, that God is made up of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. Well again this is contradicted by the Bible, for the Bible says the following:

Deuteronomy 6:4 — Hear, O Israel: The LORD thy God is one LORD.

The Bible says God is one, the Bible does not say God is three in one. In fact there is not a single verse in the entire Bible that speaks of God being three in one, no such reference exists. Trinitarians often try to play around this issue by saying yes God is one, but a Trinity, as in three in one. But as just mentioned, there is no verse that says such a thing, this is something Trinitarians have added. So when the Bible says God is one, Trinitarians put a spin to it and say what the Bible actually means is God is three in one.

Why didn’t God expressly say he is three in one, rather than simply saying he is one? Are Trinitarian apologists better communicators than God? Put simply, nobody who isn’t already a Trinitarian or who hasn’t been indoctrinated by the Trinity by Trinitarian apologists will read the above Bible passage that says God is one, and conclude that God is in fact three in one. Trinitarians themselves even know this, if you weren’t indoctrinated by the Trinity, or told how to read the above verse, you would conclude that God is solely one, one person, one being, rather than three persons in one.

If somebody says I have one car, you’re not going to believe he/she in fact has three cars, or three cars in one. If someone says I am bringing one friend, you’re not going to believe that he/she is in fact bringing two friends. The same applies here, when somebody reads the Bible saying God is one, they’re not going to say ah yes this actually means three in one, not unless they have been indoctrinated by the Trinity and have been taught to interpret the passages in that manner. And this goes back to the point we made, if this is the case, and it is indeed the case, this then means Trinitarians are better communicators than their God, or at least their more clearer than their own God since their God didn’t bother clarifying that when he says he is one, he actually means three in one. And this itself opens up a whole door of other problems.

Our contention though that nobody will conclude or believe that God is three in one when reading that God is one, is that we don’t find anybody who believed in a Trinity prior to Trinitarian Christians. There were no Jewish groups that believed God was three in one, we have no records of anyone prior to Trinitarian Christians reading such Bible passages that say God is one, and then interpreted at God being three in one, no such group exists.

Now as part of the Trinity, Jesus the son is also God, and Jesus the son became flesh, so God essentially became a man. The Bible again refutes this as the Bible clearly teaches that God is not a man:

1 Samuel 15:29: He who is the Glory of Israel does not lie or change his mind; for he is not a human being, that he should change his mind.

Numbers 23:19: God is not human, that he should lie, not a human being, that he should change his mind. Does he speak and then not act? Does he promise and not fulfill?

The Bible clearly teaches that God is not a man, he is not a human, yet as part of the Trinity you have to believe that God did in fact become a man, become a human, and thus you have a contradiction with the Bible. Either you believe what the Bible says, that God is not a man, or you go with another doctrine that is clearly not biblical, a teaching that says that God is a man.

In conclusion, the core doctrines of Christianity, such as Jesus dying for the sins of the world, the Trinity, and Jesus being God in the flesh is all contradicted by the Bible itself which teaches an opposite theology.

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