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    Jews during Old Testament times were absolutely monotheistic and would've rejected the trinity as paganism and tritheism. The early Christians were the same. In fact, the "majority of the [Christian] believers [in circ. 213]" rejected the Trinity in favor of Old Testament absolute monotheism as per Tertullian, the man that coined the term Trinity, himself. Tertullian, Against Praxeas, 3, circ. 213 A.D., states: "The simple, indeed, (I will not call them unwise and unlearned,) who always cons***ute the majority of believers, are startled at the dispensation (of the Three in One), on the ground that their very rule of faith withdraws them from the world's plurality of gods to the one only true God...." That's right, absolute monotheism was the dominate view of early Christians up to circ. 213 A.D. not the Trinity as per the man that coined the term Trinity originally! Sorry, but there's no possible way to deny that!
    Last edited by jade84116; 03-06-2009 at 04:28 PM.

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