9. What is the trinitarians text-proof in the OT that God is a three-person being? In some blog posts and audio debates, the trinitarians claim that unitarians cannot cite a biblical verse saying God is only one singular person in the OT. That is why they don’t have to cite their proof that God is a three-person being in the OT.
Well, let me tell you this. The elders with moses saw one singular person seated on the one singular throne of God. One singular person with one singular crown on its one singular head. Moses talked with God face to face. Is that one face or three faces talking to Moses? Stephen in the NT saw one singular person seated on the one singular throne of God, with your other God-person on Jehovah’s right hand.
Besides where is the throne of the Holy Spirit anywhere in the council (? ) of God? If each person in your God is God, why doesn’t he have a throne? The elders in heaven have a throne. You don’t have a throne for him because he is not a distinct person from Jehovah.
There are a number of questions to answer here so I will just add to my reply as time goes on, bit by bit,so this post will get longer and longer. Let’s see what the angel-worshippers, oops I mean unitarians, have to say to defend the indefensible.