It would be interesting to have this letter printed in your paper to see what others think about the points I am about to make.
You state that Trinity doctrine is beyond our capacity to intellectually analyze. Perhaps that is true, because as we will see, it is man’s doctrine. God’s truth only needs to be “rightly divided.” Let us look at the facts and the truth, and let the rest disappear.
Mark 1:10-11, “And straightway coming up out of the water, he saw the heavens opened, and the Spirit like a dove descending upon him: And there came a voice from heaven, saying, Thou art my beloved Son, in whom I am well pleased.” Your statement that Jesus is true God has a problem here. God is speaking to God? God is receiving the Spirit?
You see, God has not only given me an understanding of His Word, but [He also has given me] the questions to ask as well. Your statement about the Trinity doctrine above simply proves to me that you cannot answer the question regarding Mark’s gospel.
This is not the only place; there are many others as well. For instance, Jesus does not know the day or hour He is to return for the saints? Jesus is true God and does not know that? Your intellectual analysis cannot be true. Why? First, let us look at 1st Timothy 2:5, “For there is one God, and one mediator between God and men, the man Christ Jesus.”
What is a mediator? To be a true mediator, one cannot be partial to one of the parties for which he is a mediator.” Therefore, in order for Jesus to be a true mediator between God and man, He can be neither.
Now about your statement that Jesus is true man. Really? If so, then any of us could have died on the cross. No? Of course not.
Jesus cannot be true man. Jesus first was born of a virgin, but more importantly, He had no sin. Every true man has sin; therefore Jesus cannot be true man, but a man nonetheless.
More verses could be used; however, you will either see the error from these verses about Trinity doctrine or else you will not.
This is as simple as I could possibly make this letter, at least at this time. Truth will always be known because nowhere in the Bible will it conflict with other verses.
If we honestly seek truth there should be no question we cannot answer – you especially should understand that – if the Spirit is the one teaching us.
There is just no other way. Jesus answered even tougher questions than these. Jesus received it in power. God did not. Amen. Just give truth a chance and do not be afraid; it is all in the Bible.