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Isn't God three in one?

Submitted: 10/2/2011
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Question: I was told by a person who studies and is fluent in Hebrew that the Shema states our lords or our gods is one. It was a reply to Deuteronomy 6:4. I replied with yes as in one God. God the father, God the son, and God the Holy Ghost. Why would someone fluent in the language misinterpret the Shema?

Answer: The Shema states that God is one. Nowhere in the Bible is God said to be two or three of any number other than one. Please read the article 'Questions and Answers About the Oneness of God' on Shelf 1 of the Apostolic Free Library on this website.