A disproof of Christianity hidden in plain sight

Over and over the New Testament says that “God raised Jesus from the dead”. This is seen by Christians as a great proof that Christianity is true. But paradoxically it is in fact a disproof of ChristianityThe resurrection of Jesus by God (even if it really happened) is a proof that he has a God, the one God of all. As the apostle Paul says:

The head of every man is Christ, the head of woman is man, and the head of Christ is God

1 Corinthians 11.

This biblical theology is radically different from Trinitarianism where Jesus and God are co-equal and of the same substance.

See 24 Bible Verses about God Raising Christ

Categories: Bible, Christianity, God

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  1. Great observation Paul. Simple, clear, logical but missed because of blindly following dogma.

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    • 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼 couldn’t agree more. Some people just love their dogma more than they love the clear teachings of their own scriptures. Polytheist are not wanted here.

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  2. paul you’re right. U.S. Christians have never seen those verses that mention God raising Jesus. How could we have missed them? Thank God we have Unitarian assumptions like yours to set us straight.

    Now, if only you could convince Muslims to accept the historical fact of Jesus death and resurrection


    • Paulus

      “paul you’re right. U.S. Christians have never seen those verses that mention God raising Jesus. How could we have missed them? Thank God we have Unitarian assumptions like yours to set us straight.”

      Hahaha! Good point. It is the Ehrman mountain out of a molehill strategy that muslims have adopted.

      Plus, our muslim friends maybe don’t seem to have the rational faculties to realize that if they accept that god raised jesus from the dead, then the crucifixion had to have happened, jesus died, and then was resurrected.

      All of this contradicts the islamic view – jesus was not crucified, he did not die (the quran states this explicitly) and so by extension he could not have been raised from the dead. THis is muslim double think at its finest. LOL!!

      So Paul W is trying to disprove christianity by also disproving islam. LOL!!! That is the best so far on this blog.


    • Every Muslim believes in the raised Christ.

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    • The Ressurection of Jesus is as much of a ”historical fact” as the belief that Ronald Reagan was the reincarnation of a 1st Century Palestinian Olive. Cross-Worshippers have always confused faith for historical fact. You guys need to stop pretending that the fake Doctorate holder, James White, keeps a high-quality 1st Century footage of the Ressurection of Christ in his laptop computer, next to his secret stash of hard-core Vatican approved pornography.

      As far as the Deity of Christ is concerned, the scholarly consensus is overwhelming: The Historical Jesus never claimed to be God. Additionally, the earliest strata of New Testament evidence, provides ample proof, that Jesus was a Torah Observant Unitarian Prophet, not the second person of the Unholy Pagan Trinity.

      As far as the ”Unitarian assumptions” of ours are concerned , these are that singular personal pronouns indicate a single person is a being, as has always been understood. And that Jesus, as a Torah Observant Jewish Rabbi, was indeed Unitarian when he recited the Unitarian Creed in Proto-Q Source Mark 12 28-32 where he thoroughly approved the Unitarian understanding of the Jewish Rabbi to whom he was preaching the absolute oneness of God.

      To arrive at Trinitarianism, Christians utilize the art of Eisegesis, not exegesis. And scriptural fabrication such as 1st Epistle of John 5: 7, where an explicitly Trinitarian verse was added on, because of lack of Trinitarian evidence in scripture.

      Let me just end my writing, with five quotes that are extremely relevant to the top under discussion, which nail the final nails into the coffins of the Christian Pagan Mythology: The Unholy Hell-Bound Trinity a.k.a Pure Tritheism.

      Encyclopedia Americana:

      “Christianity derived from Judaism and Judaism was strictly Unitarian [believing that God is one person]. The road which led from Jerusalem to Nicea was scarcely a straight one. Fourth century Trinitarianism did not reflect accurately early Christian teaching regarding the nature of God; it was, on the contrary, a deviation from this teaching.”-(1956), Vol. XXVII, p. 294L.

      ‘there was no real evidence in the earliest Jesus tradition of what could fairly be called a consciousness of divinity’

      Christology in the Making, 2003, p. 60. Professor James Dunn of Durham university, the leading New Testament scholar today in Britain.

      “Jesus is not the God of Israel. He is not the Father. He is not Yahweh.”

      Dunn, J. D. G. (2010). Did the First Christians Worship Jesus?: The New Testament Evidence. Louisville, Kentucky: Westminster John Knox Press. p. 142

      ”…Jesus, it is obvious, was not a Trinitarian, and it is shocking to discover that his claimed followers do not in fact follow his view of God. Christians should be urged to affirm the creed which Jesus affirmed.”

      (Prof. Emeritus (Dr.) Sir Anthony Buzzard)

      ” If we examine the New Testament, we find no instance of prayers being offered to Christ in his absence; Jesus no where directed his followers to pray to him, or to worship him. When he taught his disciples to pray, it was to address the Father; and on different occasions he directed them to pray to the Father, The acts of the Apostles contains no instance of divine worship being paid to any but the Father, or of prayer being addressed to any one else, as the object of religious worship. The case of Stephen, though a particular one, is not an exception to what I say. Stephen was the first Christian Martyr, and was favored at that important moment, with a vision of Jesus. He did not see him as God on a Throne; but as “standing on the right hand of God.” He did not contemplate him as God, but as “the son of man,” he said, “I see the son of man,” Nor did he address him as the supreme God.”

      Wright, J. (1819). American Unitarian Controversy, Containing the Author’s Defence of the Unitarian Doctrines Against Several Opponents; Including also their Letters or Essays against those Doctrines. Georgetown: F. B. Wright. p. 104

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    • Burhanuddin1

      “Every Muslim believes in the raised Christ.”



    • Relax D, I know it’s hard for you to wake up to reality that sucks


    • I’m just anticipating the punchline.


  3. It couldn’t be more obvious that Jesus was divine. To read the new testament and come away believing otherwise takes an incredible imagination.


  4. This is not a disproof of Christianity at all. It is only a disproof of hardcore Trinitarian Christianity.
    Unitarian Christians have believed this since Jesus’ own time.

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  5. LOL. Quoting a Trinitarian to disprove Trinitarianism? Get serious, radically misinterpreting verses doesn’t qualify as an argument. According to the Trinity, the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit are one being, three persons. That’s all it is of course. No proof against Christianity, in fact, I’ve posted proof for Christianity on my own site.


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