What concept of God makes the most sense: Trinitarian or Unitarian?

Posted by: CuriousFear

Muslims and Jews believe in One God. Christians believe that the Father, the Holy Spirit and Jesus Christ are all God in one.

  • Unitarian

  • Trinitarian

35% 6 votes
65% 11 votes
  • (waits patiently for flamewar)

  • It doesn't make sense for God to talk to himself, make laws for himself, and sire himself. God is our Eternal Father; we take upon ourselves the name of His Only Begotten son, Jesus Christ, when we are baptized; and the Holy Ghost is his own separate being. Three individuals, one purpose.

    Posted by: AJR
  • I am a Methodist and I believe in the Holy Trinity. From the Bible, we can see that God is the Son Jesus Christ, the Father and the Holy Spirit which was sent down to "live" in all of us when Jesus went up to heaven as promised.

  • Makes the most sense for what is said in the Bible.

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Rjupudi18 says2016-10-23T21:52:19.4757876Z
Yahweh is the triune God. In complete union and pure love. The love between the the Father, Son and Holy Spirit is reflected on us the human race. God doesn't need humans to be express His love. Allah NEEDS humans to express his love because if there were no people, Allah wouldn't be loving because there would be no one to love. The God of the Bible is perfect. The god of the Quran is imperfect and needs human beings to show his loving side. Yahweh is self-sufficient. Allah is dependent on humans.
Tree_of_Death says2016-10-23T22:49:41.4194512Z
Penguin--respond to Rjupudi and you'll get one rather quickly.
Vox_Veritas says2016-10-24T04:59:46.7398676Z
I'd say that there isn't any literal division of God into three parts. Rather, the concept of a Trinity was used as a tool for primitive humans (including us today) to best understand really complex theological realities that our minds can't grasp.
Vox_Veritas says2016-10-24T05:00:02.2044603Z
I'd say that there isn't any literal division of God into three parts. Rather, the concept of a Trinity was used as a tool for primitive humans (including us today) to best understand really complex theological realities that our minds can't grasp.
Overnight says2016-12-07T22:41:53.3130693Z
For me, unitarianism make much more sense
Rjupudi18 says2016-12-08T01:53:51.4129028Z
Well we all have our beliefs and whatever we believe in makes more sense to us,

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