Do non-denominational Christians believe in the trinity?

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Do non-denominational Christians believe in the trinity?

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If they are Christians, they do. There are a lot of people who call themselves Christians, simply because they believe there is a god/higher power/supreme being. That’s not Christian.

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Non-denominational just means that they do not affiliate with a particular group of Christians. Therefore, they could have any doctrines they choose. Most, however, do believe in the Trinity.

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The refusal to believe in the trinity appears to be increasing. The non-denominational are not tied down to any major denomination so they have no official line to tow. They do not have to defend a doctrine they do not believe in just because it is the official line. They are free to make up their own minds according to their own reading of the Bible. It would not be surprising therefore amongst the hundreds, if not thousands, of non-denominationals there are some that reject the trinity. Anyhow, rejection of the trinity is no big deal these days. The JW’s concluded some time back from their studies that trinity is NOT what Jesus taught. An Adventist Church called the Church of God of the Abrahamic Faith believes in “Jesus’ existence beginning with the virgin birth by Mary”. In other words there was no Jesus before the birth, therefore obviously no trinity. They also believe that the main mission of Jesus was to establish the “Kingdom of God” on earth. Asked about the trinity, one repr

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The trinity is a core belief of Christianity, i’ve never heard of a non-denomination that doesn’t believe in the trinity.

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