A little over a year ago, God blessed me, through my brother, with the revelation that there is no “trinity.” For me, it was a relief, as though a burden had been lifted. Strangely enough, I never thought much about the trinity
concept; I simply accepted it through the teaching of the Catholic Church.
I left the Catholic religion several years ago and became an SDA. Shortly thereafter, I was disappointed
to find how “top-heavy” it was in terms of the Conferences and their practices and doctrines -- similar to the Catholic Church. But I still didn’t question it because the trinity concept never really came up, and when it did, it was such a basic belief, why would you?
So I was surprised at how readily I accepted it (the truth) -- it was immediate -- and how relieved I felt. Since then, it has greatly enhanced my relationship with the Father and the Son -- it’s been a very close and personal feeling. I feel I know them so much better -- I have a deeper understanding of their sacrifice to humankind, their infinite love and mercy, their perfection. I WANT to strive to be a better person for them, to please them, and I ask for their Holy Spirit daily to help me in my life. It’s no longer a mysterious, distant relationship with some gods “up there” -- it’s now PERSONAL and real.
Anyway, I have the greatest admiration and respect for Bill Pinto and all of our fellow nontrinitarians for their teaching of the truth. While we are in the minority in terms of what “everyone” believes, it is so comforting to know that we have each other and are in the truth and have returned to the roots of Seventh-day Adventism.
Thank you so much for what you are doing!