Another Mathematical Problem

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Another Mathematical Problem

That Christianity’s insistence on directing worship to Jesus as a deity is a mathematical absurdity, is well known. Most students of mathematics are aware that one and three are not the same, and approximately the same number of students have figured out that if “A” is not equal to “B” than “B” cannot be equal to “A”. Both of these equations apply to Christianity’s claim for Jesus. If the trinity consists of three distinct “persons”, then these three cannot be one. And if worship of God is not equal to worship of Jesus then worship of Jesus cannot be equal to worship of God.

Many Christians remain unfazed in the face of these mathematical problems with their theology. This being the case, you may ask, why it is that I think that presenting yet another mathematical problem with Christian theology will make a dent in the discussion…

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1 Response to Another Mathematical Problem

  1. Shomer says:

    I discovered another mathematical problem. One night I was in a chat room of the Swiss Evangelical Alliance and found user “Trinity”. I klicked at him for a private window and then we had the following chat in German;

    Shomer > Trinity: hi, i need to ask you a question
    Trinity > Shomer: hi
    Shomer > Trinity: Rev 3:1 And unto the angel of the church in Sardis write; These things saith he that hath the seven Spirits of God….
    Shomer > Trinity: is the trinity a nine-unity of father, son and the seven spirits or is it a ten-unity of the fahter, the son, the holy spirit and the seven spirits?
    Trinity > Shomer: i believe in trinity
    Shomer > Trinity: in this case Jesus has lied in revelations
    Trinity does a side step
    Shomer > Trinity: Deuteronomy 6:4 says; Hear, Oh Israel, Adoni our ELOHIM, Adoni is ONE
    Trinity > Shomer: i do not believe in the God of the Jews, i believe in the God of the Christians – and now leave me alone

    I left him alone and came to the conclusion that the Christian “Theos” must be tri-une and that ELOHIM had said;
    2Mo 20:3 Thou shalt have no other gods before me. (….)
    2Mo 20:5 Thou shalt not bow down thyself to them, nor serve them
    A Christian may choose to serve his tri-une idol but a Hebrew may not – mathematical problem is solved

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