-The Trinity:

-This doctrine, in brief, is that there are three gods in one. God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit. And that all three are equal in power, substance, and eternity. Our conclusion is therefore that Satan is the originator of the Trinity doctrine. Sincere people who want to know the true God and serve Him find it a bit difficult to love and worship a complicated, freakish-looking, three-headed God. The plain truth is that this is another of Satan’s attempts to keep God-fearing persons from learning the truth of Jehovah and his Son, Christ Jesus. No, there is no trinity!

 

Is Jehovah a trinity- three persons in one God? No! Jehovah, the Father, is the only true God. Jesus is His firstborn Son, and he is subject to God. The Holy Spirit is not a person; it is God’s active “force.” And thus, neither the 39 books of the Hebrew Scripture nor the 29 inspired books of the Greek Scriptures provide any clear teaching of the Trinity. Thus, the testimony of the Bible and of history makes it clear that the Trinity was unknown throughout biblical times and for several centuries thereafter.

 

-The Deity of Christ:

The true Scriptures speak of God’s Son as the Word, as “a god.” He is a mighty god, but not “The Almighty God,” who is Jehovah. In other words, he was the first and direct creation of Jehovah God. The Bible shows that there is only one God, greater than His Son, and that the Son, as the firstborn, only begotten, and the creation by God, had a beginning. That the Father is greater and older than the Son is reasonable, easy to understand, and is what the Bible teaches. Jesus was a son of God but not God Himself. The very fact that he was sent proves that he was not equal with God but was less than God his Father. Jesus is a created spirit being, just as angels were spirit being created by God. Neither the angels nor Jesus had existed before creation.

-The Holy Spirit:

The holy spirit is the invisible active “force” of Almighty God that moves his servants to do his will. As for the holy spirit, the so-called third person of the Trinity, we have already seen that he is not a person, but God’s active “force.” The Bible’s use of holy spirit indicates that it is a controlled “force” that Jehovah God uses to accomplish a variety of his purposes. To a certain extent, it can be likened to electricity, a “force” that can be adapted to perform a great variety of operations.  The holy spirit is God’s active “force” that he uses to accomplish his will. It is not equal to God but is always at his disposition and subordinate to him.

 

-The Virgin Birth:

Mary was a virgin. When Joseph learned that Mary was going to have a child, he did not want to take her as his wife. But God’s angel said, “That which has been begotten in her is by holy spirit.” He took Mary his wife home and he had no relations with her until she gave birth to a son. Jesus’ birth on earth was not an incarnation. He emptied himself of all things heavenly and spiritual, and God’s almighty spirit transferred his Son’s life down into the womb of the Jewish virgin of David’s descent. By this miracle, he was born a man. He was not a spirit-human hybrid, a man and at the same time a spirit person, he was flesh. While on earth, Jesus was a human, although a perfect one, because it was God who transferred the life-force of Jesus to the womb of Mary.

 

The Atonement:

Jesus, no more and no less than a perfect human, became a ransom that compensated exactly for what Adam had lost- the right to perfect human life on earth. The perfect human life of Jesus was the corresponding ransom required by divine justice- no more, no less. A basic principle even of human justice is that the price paid should fit the wrong committed. So the ransom to be truly in line with God’s justice, had to be strictly an equivalent – perfect human, the last Adam. Thus, when God sent Jesus to earth as the ransom, he made Jesus to be what would satisfy justice, not an incarnation, not a god-man, but a perfect man, lower than angels.

 

-Salvation by Grace:

Immortality is a reward for faithfulness. It does not come automatically to a human at birth. We have learned that a person could fall away and be judged unfavorably either now or at Armageddon or during the thousand years of Christ’s reign or at the end of the final test and into everlasting destruction. And so, make haste to identify the visible theocratic organization of God that represents his king, Jesus Christ. It is essential for life. Doing so, be complete in accepting its every aspect. To receive everlasting life in the earthly paradise, we must identify that organization and serve God as a part of it.

 

-The Resurrection of Christ:

This firstborn from the dead was raised from the grave, not a human creature, but a spirit. Jehovah God raised him from the dead, not as a human Son, but as a mighty immortal spirit son. For forty days after that he materialized as angels before him had done to show himself alive to his disciples. After Jesus had sacrificed his perfect manhood, God raised him to deathless life as a glorious spirit creature. Having given up his flesh for the life of the world, Christ could never take it again and become a man once more. For that basic reason his return could never be in the human body that he sacrificed once for all time.

 

-The Return of Christ and Human Government:

Christ Jesus returns, not again as a human, but as a glorious spirit person. It does not mean that Christ is on the way or has promised to return, but that he has already arrived and is here.

 

-The Existence of Hell and Eternal Punishment:

Who is responsible for this God-defaming doctrine of a hell of torment? The promulgator of it is Satan himself. His purpose in introducing it has been to frighten the people away from studying the Bible and to make them hate God. Imperfect man does not torture even a mad dog, but kills it. And yet the clergymen attribute to God, who is love, the wicked crime of torturing human creatures merely because they had the misfortune to be born sinners. The doctrine of a burning hell where the wicked are tortured eternally after death cannot be true, mainly for four reasons,

          -Because it is wholly unscriptural.

          -It is unreasonable.

          -It is contrary to God’s love.

          -It is repugnant to justice.