Luke 1:35
35 And the angel answered and said unto her, The Holy Ghost shall come upon thee, and the power of the Highest shall overshadow thee: therefore also that holy thing which shall be born of thee shall be called the Son of God.

1.The Father of the Child Jesus
    In this verse, the process by which the child Jesus of Nazareth was conceived is revealed. It is clear from this scripture Who it was that "overshadowed" Mary, the virgin mother of Jesus to accomplish His conception. It was the Holy Ghost who did this, and who is also referred to in this same verse as the "power of the Highest" indicating that the action of the Holy Ghost is the very action of Almighty God Himself. From this we may conclude that the Father and the Holy Ghost are one in the same person.

Trinity Error:
    The Doctrine of the Trinity states in point 26, that God exists as three separate and distinct Persons, co-equal and "co-existent". The term "co-existent" unfortunately establishes three entities, three persons and yes- three gods. This is an impossibility with the God of the Bible. The error in this doctrine becomes evident when one considers the Fatherhood of the Lord Jesus Christ. If God existed in three separate and distinct Persons, then the Holy Ghost is the father of the child Jesus and not the Father Himself. No such difficulty exists when understanding that God is one Spirit.

2. The Timing of the Title of "Son"
    This scripture is the fulfillment of the Isaiah 9:6 prophecy. This verse determines the proper timing and use of the term "Son of God", to be applied after the incarnation of the Word (John 1:1, the "Son of God".

Trinity Error:
    Deliberately injects the title "Son" into John 1:1 and other verses where it does not belong to extend the existence of the Son to eternity pass, rather than the correct Biblical terminology- "the Word". Introduces terminology such as "God the Son" is a deliberate attempt to establish God as three separate and distinct "co-equal" persons.

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 Web Author:Michael Stevenson Updated: 12/16/2004 7:23PM