Pronoun Problems: Judges 1:3

Our Trinitarian friends tell us that God is three divine persons who all share the same essence.  Therefore, they say, God can speak or be described with either singular or plural pronouns.  The Trinitarian's go-to example for this alleged phenomenon is Genesis 1:26-27, "And God said, Let us make man in our image, after our…

Pronoun Problems: Genesis 15:7

Almost without fail, our Trinitarian friends will use plural pronouns in the Bible to argue that God is a Trinity.  The stereotypical example is Genesis 1:26, "Let us make man in our image;" but as we have already discussed in another post, this verse in no way proves a Trinity.  My question for our Trinitarian…

Pronoun Problems: Genesis 1:26

Occasionally our good Trinitarian friends point to Bible verses that seem to describe God with plural pronouns (verses like "let us make man in our image").  Then they use these plural pronouns to teach that God is more than one person.  They believe these plural pronouns support the Trinity doctrine, which teaches that God is…