I recently posted a video on YouTube, “Where’s Your Proof,” showing that most denominational practices actually have no biblical authority whatsoever. In response to that video, on viewer made the following comment:
“I tried to prove the Trinity from scripture but then I couldn’t? find any verses to support it :(”
I invited the commenter to engage in a discussion of this important topic, here on Bible Q-n-A, with the following comment:
“I’de be happy to discuss that with you over at bibleqna.com. I’ll post this video there and you can make your comment requesting? proof for the Godhead and I’ll give you passages like Matt. 3:16, 17; 28:19; 2 Jn. 9 and such like. We could have a good discussion on it. Let me know if you want to do that and I’ll start the discussion chain.”
Well, Rob accepted my offer so I am making this post for the starting point of our discussion.
To begin with, I would like to hear how he addresses the verses I mentioned above. There are only a few choices a person can make in explaining these passages. 1) There are three persons in the Godhead (Acts 17:29; Rom. 1:20; Col. 2:9). 2) Only one of the persons in these verses referred to is actually God and the other two are not. 3) All three are actually the same person merely appearing to be three distinct persons.
Rob, please let us know which of these is actually your position on the Godhead.