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You need to read Tertullian and the Trinity or what the Arabs called اقانيم الله or Aqaneem Allah

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jul 9, 2015 at 07:24

MS you wrote

Christians have mystified the Greek word "Logos", to somehow represent Jesus as an aspect and separate person of a mythical "Godhead". There is no basis for this in scripture; it merely imposes Pagan-Christian dogma upon the written word, "proving" the Trinity

Well you need to read Tertullian and the Trinity. No one has been able to refute what he wrote

https://www.phc.edu/UserFiles/File/_Other%20Projects/Global%20Journal/7-1/HaroldCarl.pdf

It is Greek logic at its best and this is why it is beyond the understanding of most monotheists and on top of the list is Muhammad and the surprising thing is 7th century Jews were very familiar with the profound Greek logic and this is why the Jews never claimed that they share their ethnic God with anyone else and cared less if there are other Gods or God

Monotheism is a flawed idea!

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