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I'm a monotheist.

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in response to reader comment: You need to read Tertullian and the Trinity or what the Arabs called اقانيم الله or Aqaneem Allah

Submitted by MIchael S (United States), Jul 13, 2015 at 03:49

Hi, Dhimmi.

Actually, I feel no need to read Tertuilian. For every point of view, there is a sage, rabbi, "church father", etc. to back up that point of view. The Bible tells me,

2 Tim 2:
[23] But foolish and unlearned questions avoid, knowing that they do gender strifes.

You went on to say,

"It is Greek logic at its best and this is why it is beyond the understanding of most monotheists"

If so, it is probably beyond my own understanding; because I am a rather ordinary monotheist.

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