The concept of trinity does not exist in the Bible. See the references below?

@irkhan (80)
India
March 28, 2007 6:21am CST
The concept of trinity does not exist in the Bible. The only verse which is closest to the concept of ‘trinity’, is the 1st Epistle of John, Chapter No.5, Verse No.7, which says… ‘For there are three that bear record in heaven, the Father, the word and the holy ghost, and these 3 are one. But if you read the Revised Standard Version, revised by 32 scholars… Christian scholars, of the highest eminence, backed by 50 different co-operative denominations, they say… ‘This verse of the Bible - 1st Epistle of John, Chapter 5 Verse No.7 is an interpolation, is a concoction, is a fabrication’ - It was thrown out of the Bible. Jesus Christ peace be upon him, never claimed Divinity. There is not a single unequivocal statement in the complete Bible, where Jesus Christ peace be upon him says… ‘I am God’ - or where he says… ‘Worship me’. Infect if you read the Bible, it is mentioned in the Gospel of John, Chapter No.14, Verse No.28 - he said…‘My Father is greater than I’; Gospel of John, Chapter No.10, Verse No.29…‘My Father is greater than all’; Gospel of Mathew, Chapter No.12, Verse No.28…‘I cast out devils with the spirit of God’; Gospel of Luke, Chapter No.11, Verse No.20…‘I with the finger of God, cast out devil’; Gospel of John, Chapter No.5, Verse No.30… ‘I can of my own self do nothing’…‘I can of my own self do nothing - As I hear, I judge and my judgement is just, for I seek not my own will, but the will of my Father.’ Anyone who says… ‘Not my will but God’s will’ - he is a Muslim. Muslim means the person who submits his’ will to almighty God. Jesus Christ peace be upon him said…‘Not my will but God’s will.’ He was a Muslim
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• India
5 Apr 08
Oh boy, you are again making the mistakes which so many Muslims have made here in Mylot i.e taking verses to prove your points... get into the theology of Christian faith. And please if you want to learn about Christianity do not do so in your Islamic seminary, come to Christian seminary and learn Christian theology from Christians... if you learn from Islamic theologians you will never get the truth, because the truth is not understood... and so you get the distorted teaching. Pleaseeeeee do not distort Christian theology. I hate it when Christians distort Islamic teaching, and I hate it when Muslims distort Christian theology.
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@ellie26 (4128)
• Malaysia
5 Apr 08
I agree with you.
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• India
3 Apr 08
Kindly read Genesis - the first book of the Holy Bible with an open mind - chapter 1:26 fully and tell me who these " US " are ?