Scientific Proof of God, A New and Modern Bible, and Coexisting Relations of God and the Universe

Monday, December 01, 2014

703. The Christian Trinitarian God vs.The One God

Irenaeus was a Christian. He become a disciple of John, who was one of the four gospel writers of The New Testament. Irenaeus found heresies and wrote about them in the early second century Below, I see some of his heresies..

In Ch. I, he said, The Apostles did not commence to preach the gospel, or to place anything on record, until they were endowed with the gifts and power of the Holy Spirit.
In Ch. V, he said, One God, the Father, was the founder of all things.
In Ch. VI, he said, The Holy Ghost made no mention of no other God or lord, save him who is the true God.
In Ch. VIII, he said, God alone is to be really called God and lord, for he is without beginning and end.  
In Ch. XVI, he said, Jesus was one and the same, the only begotten son of God, perfect God, and perfect man..
In Ch. XVII, he said, The Holy Spirit descended upon Jesus.
In Ch. XV, he said, Christ and Jesus cannot be considered as distinct being: neither can it be alleged that the Son of God became man merely in appearance but that he did truly and actually.
In Ch. XIX, he said, Jesus  was not a mere man, begotten from Joseph in the ordinary  of nature, but was very God, begotten of the father most high, and very man, born of the virgin.

The heresies of Irenaeus eventually led to the Nicene Creed in the fourth century. In the Nicene Creed, God became a Trinitarian God --- Father, Son, and Holy Ghost. (click) This Trinitarian God provides information from God, through the Son, and to us  through the Holy Spirit.

The Trinitarian God was rejected by Nestorius and Muhammad, who was a follower of Nestorius. I conclude that the Trinitarian God was rejected by Nestorius and Muhammad, which was based on Plato's Parmenides dialogue. (click)  In Plato's dialogue, God's one and God's act is the act to create  co-existents. Thus, Plato says that we find Ideas and that we don't receive information from God. But we do send information to God through our souls.

I rejected the Trinitarian God in my second book below.  I can't understand why Christianity did not trashed the Nicene Creed, especially after Vatican asked Gottfried Leibniz to evaluate the God of China and found that China had no Trinitarian God.  Before he died, Leibniz' wrote his Monadology, which rejects the Trinitarian God.

My books about God and the Universe are presented below:

1. The First Scientific Proof of God (2006), 271 pages, (click)
2. A New and Modern Holy Bible (2012), 189 pages.
3. God And His Coexistent Relations To the Universe. (2014), 429 pages


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