Some Other Verses in the Bible That Used by Trinitarians

Some Other Verses in the Bible That Used by Trinitarians

There are some other verses in the bible that are used by Trinitarians. Among of these are Colossians 2:9, Hebrews 1:8 and John 20:28. In Colossians 2:9, many Trinitarians translated the verse as “For in Him all the fullness of Deity dwells in bodily form,” – NASB; “For in him dwelleth all the fulness of the Godhead bodily.”– KJV; “For in Christ all the fullness of the Deity lives in bodily form,” – NIV; “for in him dwelleth all the fulness of the Godhead bodily,” – ASV. While, the NWT translated it as “because it is in him that all the fullness of the divine quality dwells bodily.” – NWT

The word Deity have a meaning of God, a god, Godhead and Godship. Should we say that Jesus is the God? No. It does not mean automatically that he is God or Jehovah but rather it is in him (Jesus Christ) the full nature of the divine quality [of God] dwells bodily. It is in him the fullness of the divine nature of God can be seen through him. But not the full nature of God is in him and so he is God. We should remember that God who doesn’t die (Habakuk 1:12) is one nature of God which is not seen in Jesus for Jesus was once died for the sins of mankind and Jesus doesn’t know the hour of judgment of God (Matthew 24:36). Another nature of God that is not the same with Jesus is that God is omnipotent (the most powerful one in the universe). God was described as the Almighty God (Genesis 17:1; Revelation 16:7) while Jesus was never addressed with that term but only as a Mighty God (Isaiah 9:6). Other versions translated the word “theotes” for that verse as “Deity” or “Godhead”. A Godhead would mean a head or leader upon a certain group. Jesus is also the head of the church of God – 1 Colossians 1:18 and he is the appointed leader in heaven and on earth in his millennial reign – Revelation 20:6; 1 Corinthians 15:24 – 28. Thus he is not God but only the appointed head of God. We can also see in the Bible that Jehovah is the head of Christ – 1 Corinthians 11:3.

Please see the link below about Colossians 2:9.

What about Hebrews 1:8?

The Greek Interlinear for this verse is originally written but partially as “pros de ton uion o thronos sou o theos eis ton aionatou aionos” ( you can see the actual Greek words in this link:

If we will follow the translation of Trinitarians in Hebrews 1:8, still it violates the phrase on verse 9 where it identifies God [Jehovah] as the God of Jesus whom chosen him from among his companions (the angels). In the book of Reasoning of Jehovah’s Witnesses, Hebrews 1:8 may be related to Psalms 45:6 wherein God is said to be the throne of David. This only means that David became the appointed king of Jehovah for God’s people. He sits on behalf of Jehovah before. Daniel 7:13, 14 and Luke 1:32 – 33 clearly point out that Jesus will become king as appointed by Jehovah.

What about John 20:28?

What about John 20:28? Does it mean that because there is an article before the word “God” it has to say that Jesus is God? No. What maybe in the thought of Thomas was Jehovah God. He maybe said it to refer to Jehovah and not for Jesus. However, John who wrote his words thought he was referring to Jehovah God and so he put an article on it to refer it to Jehovah. We must consider the thought of John also and not only the  thought of the speaker of that statement.

Please see the links below:

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