PART 2: THE PROBLEM OF THE SON
The Master and the servant
There are many New Testament passages that refute the Christian doctrine of the Trinity. An examination of statements attributed to Jesus by the Gospels, shows that he never said he was God or a part of God. Jesus spoke of his Father in heaven as his God (John 20:17), to whom he attributed superior authority, knowledge, and greatness (Matthew 20:23, Mark 13:32, John 14:28). The Trinity doctrine says “the Father” and “the Son” are coequal in power and substance, but what does the New Testament have to say?