Judaism Does Not Believe in the Nature of God Being “Trinity”

The Anti-Missionary’s Charge:

Judaism does not believe in the nature of God being “Trinity.” This is a pagan concept.

HaDavar’s Response:

This is quite a serious charge as it deals with the very nature of God. It is a profound subject and one that must be dealt with thoroughly.

Table of Contents

  1. Introductory Comments: The Two Views of The Rabbis
  2. Jewish Philosophy
  3. Plural Noun Elohim
  4. Plural Verbs Used with Elohim
  5. The Noun Elohim Applied to Two Indivisible Persons
  6. The Name YHVH Applied to Two Indivisible Persons
  7. Plural Language Describes God
  8. The Son of God
  9. The God-Man
  10. The Holy Spirit
  11. The Shekinah and the Ruach HaQodesh (Holy Spirit)
  12. The Shema
  13. The Angel of the Lord