Disproving the Trinity *to understand why the trinity is forced and pushed into scriptures is to understand the Babylonian mysteries still practiced today...there is nothing new under the sun brothas & sistas* Elohim = what most call "GOD" Yahshuah = "jesus" though "Jesus" is not the MessiYAH's name Yahuwah/YHWH = The real name of our Father. "Yahuwah catches the wise in their craftiness." If one just clears away all the confusing cobwebs and looks at it simply and clearly, the doctrine of the Trinity is remarkably easy to completely refute. This article presents only one of numerous ways to disprove the Trinity. Robert Bowman Jr., a Trinitarian apologist, writes that Trinitarians must affirm ALL of the following points in order to affirm a belief in the doctrine of Trinity. And he is correct. All the following points must be affirmed to be a believer in the doctrine of the Trinity. (In other words, if you say you believe in the Trinity but you disagree with any of the points below, you don't know what you are talking about). Bowman also admits that if ANY one of these points can be disproven, the doctrine of the Trinity is thereby proven false. And that is correct and true. ALL of the following points absolutely must be true for the Trinity to be true. If any one of them is proven to be false, the entire doctrine is false. 1. There is one Elohim (i.e., one proper object of religious devotion). 2. The one Elohim is a single divine being, Yahuwah. 3. The Father of our Master Yahshuah the MessiYAH is Elohim. 4. The Son, Yahshuah the MessiYAH, is Elohim. 5. The Holy Spirit is Elohim. 6. The Father is not the Son. 7. The Father is not the Holy Spirit. 8. The Son is not the Holy Spirit. Trinitarian Point 2 - The one Elohim is a single divine being. That there is the one Elohim is a single divine being is affirmed. However, Bowman's intentional selection of language is employed to at the same time deny that Elohim is one person. That the one Elohim is not one person is disputed by the Scriptures. That the one Elohim is a single person is shown by the following Scriptural facts: The one and only Elohim of Yahshuah the Ysraelite man born under the Law and an obedient servant of the Shema, "YAHUWAH our Elohim, YAHUWAH is one," was, and is, the Father alone, who Trinitarians admit is one single person. The very purpose of singular personal pronouns is to signify a single person is being identified. In the Bible, Elohim profusely refers to Himself as a singular "Who", "I", and "Me" and inspires His prophets to refer to Him as a singular "You", "He", and "Him" in passages where He declares that He Himself is the only Elohim, there is no other, there is no other besides Him, and there is no other like Him. Since the very purpose of singular personal pronouns is to signify a single person is being identified, we must conclude that Elohim was deceptive to lead the Israelites into thinking He was one person when He was actually three, or we must conclude in common sense that these singular personal pronouns are used of the one Elohim in this manner because the one Elohim is in fact one person. Yahshuah and the Jewish scribe indicate to us how the Shema is to be understood when they qualify the words "YHWH is one" by indicating it means "there is no other but HE." Since neither the Jewish scribe, nor Yahshuah, worshiped anything other than a one person Elohim, and since Yahshuah declared that the Jews "worship what we know," we must conclude that Yahshuah knew who the one Elohim was and was not and that one Elohim was the Elohim of Yahahsuah, his Father alone. Since the Father is one person, the Bible identifies the one Elohim as one person at 1 Corinthians 8:6 where it says, "there is one Elohim, the Father." Trinitarian Point 4 - The Son, Yahshuah the MessiYAH, is Elohim. That Yahshuah is the one Elohim is disputed by the Scriptures. Since this particular point tends to be the main obsession of Trinitarians. Only a few brief points will be made here to demonstrate that the Scripture disputes this Trinitarian claim. There are 3 possible ways to disprove the statement "Yahshuah is Elohim." First, we could find a statement in Scripture that insists the Son is NOT Elohim. No such statements exist in Scripture. Of course, no such statement exists that says the Son is not a space alien either but this does not give us a license to suggest that he is a space alien. Secondly, we can demonstrate that there is no evidence that the Son is "Elohim." Most of the information is devoted to demonstrating this fact and exposing the logical fallacies behind Trinitarian claims on that point and so we will not discuss that particular point here. The third way is to find a statement where someone else claims that he alone is Elohim and only he is Elohim, such as the Father of Yahshuah. If we were to accept such a statement from Elohim to be true then we must confess the doctrine of the Trinity is false. But does such a statement exist? Yes. Do you thus repay Yahuwah, O foolish and unwise people? Is He not your Father who has bought you? He has made you and established you.... See now that I, I am He, and there is no Elohim besides ME. (Deuteronomy 32:6, 39). Here, Yahuwah, YHWH, identifies himself as the Father and He declares there is no Elohim besides "ME". He says "there is no Elohim besides "ME." Who is "Me?" The Father has identified himself as the one doing the speaking. The Father is insisting that He alone is Elohim. Now if He alone is Elohim then no one else can also be Elohim. But Trinitarianism insists that two other persons are also "Elohim" too in direct opposition to the Father's declaration. Who are you going to believe? Who is necessarily speaking in this passage? Who is this person's servant and chosen? Behold, my servant, whom I uphold; my chosen, in whom MY soul delights: I have put MY Spirit upon him... I am YHWH, that is my name; and my glory will I not give to another. (Isaiah 42; cf Mt 12:18). The speaker in the above verse is necessarily the Father. Since Yahshuah declares that ONLY one person, the Father, knows the day and hour of his return, he cannot be Elohim since to be Elohim is be omniscient and Yahshuah insists that ONLY the Father is omniscient. Therefore, Yahshuah most certainly cannot be the one Elohim. Yahshuah cannot be Elohim because the Bible says there is one Elohim, the Father, and the one Master, Yahshuah (1 Corinthians 8:6; Ephesians 4:5). Yahshuah is not the one Elohim but our one Master (High Preist for ever!). The Father is not the one Master but our one Elohim. The one Master in question is not the Father since the one Master in question has a Elohim, "the Elohim and Father of our Master Yahshuah the MessiYAH.