If you type in google “what was the intent behind the council of nicea” that Constantine held in nicea in 325 AD, you’ll learn that it was to discuss the deity of the hebrew messiah. The question is, what about his deity did they need to discuss?

When Constantine was reigning as roman emperor he wanted to unite all of Rome under one religion called “christianity”. During Constantine’s reign there were many assemblies in the roman province who believed in different views about the messiah and his purpose but there were two major assemblies whose doctrines collided greatly with each other. We had the doctrine of Arianism and the doctrine of Athanasian. Arius (arianism) who believed that the Hebrew messiah was a human being rejected the doctrines that came from Athanasian who believed the messiah was God himself in the flesh who was co-equal with the Father.

Constantine therefore held the first council in Nicea in 325 AD to address issues concerning the deity of the Hebrew messiah. The outcome of this council resulted in condemning arius and his doctrine as heresy and because the doctrine of arius was such a threat to Constantine and the doctrine of Athanasian, Constantine planned to assassinate him and so arius had to flee Rome and went to africa.

So where did Athanasian get this doctrine from? To get the answer to that we have to first see who was the first one to bring about the trinity.

If you go on google now and type “when was the trinity established” you’ll see that it was by a man named “tertullian”. Turtullian was a man who lived in the 3rd century and he was the first one to make any mention of God being in a trinity or that God is more than one person. The MAJOR problem with this is that Turtullian lived in the 3rd century when he first brought this idea up of God being more than one person and what this means is that for the first 200+ years after our king ascended to the right hand of God, no one believed the scriptures showed God is a trinity. If tertullian had to first introduce the trinity in the 3rd century then that can only mean that from the beginning of the faith up until tertullian, no one believed the God of the israelites was in a trinity. We can further prove this because of the fact that it is recorded by Tertullian himself that MANY people of his day rejected his doctrine. Why did the people of his time reject his doctrine? Because the disciples and apostles who went all over Rome preaching the gospel had already passed on their faith to the assemblies. The faith that they passed down to the assemblies in the Roman province taught the assemblies that Yahuah (God) is the only true God and Yahusha is the messiah (king of Israel by bloodline), the son of Yahuah and because of this knowledge this is the reason why many rejected Tertullian’s newly formed doctrine of God being in a trinity.

The question we should be asking is this. If the disciples and apostles taught the assemblies in all the places they took the gospel to that Yahuah our Father was the only true God and his messiah is the king of Israel, how did trinitarism and incarnation enter into the faith? Many of the assemblies that were set up throughout the areas around Jerusalem and Rome had pagan bishops and priests who converted to the true faith but when they converted to the faith they brought with them their preconceived philosophy when trying to understand the scriptures. It was in this way did these converted pagans mix up the true faith with their pagan beliefs of trinity and incarnation and tertullian is a perfect example of this. (Trinity and incarnation is all over paganism, literally all over it)

We know we had pagans convert to the faith and corrupt it because of the fact that Paul made this statement to his assembly in galatia.

Galatians 1
6 I am astonished that you are so quickly deserting him (Yahuah our heavenly father) who called you in the grace of Yahusha and are turning to a DIFFERENT GOSPEL (of trinity and incarnation)— 7 not that there is another one, but there are SOME who trouble you and want to distort the gospel of Yahusha. (That he was fully human in every way, Hebrews 2:17, 1 John 4:1-4) 8 But even if we or an angel from heaven should preach to you a gospel contrary to the one we preached to you, let him be accursed. 9 As we have said before, so now I say again: If anyone is preaching to you a gospel contrary to the one you received, let him be accursed.

What was Paul’s gospel? That Yahuah our heavenly Father is the only true God ( 1 Tim 2:5, 1 Tim 1:17, 1 Tim 6:16, 1 Cor 8:5-6, Eph 4:5-6, 1 Cor 15:27-28) and that Yahusha is the messiah and high priest by bloodlines (Romans 1:3, 2 Tim 2:8, Gal 3:16, Heb 5:1)

As you can see Paul in no way shape or form believed that God is in a trinity. When constantine established the hebrew messiah’s deity as God at the council of nicea, he then forced this new religion and its doctrine upon all of the roman province by threat of death (read about the inquisition and dark ages period, read the prophecies of Daniel 7:25) and what was first spread by the sword became tradition over time that no one has dared to question. Now we are living in the age of knowledge where our heavenly father has risen up men to restore the truth once again before Yahusha’s second coming. (Daniel 12:7, Jubilees 23:26)

We don’t need convert pagans who have no understanding of Torah define the nature of Yahuah based on their own private interpretation (2 Peter 1:20), rather we need hebrew israelites who have a loving heart for the Torah CONFIRM what Yahuah already confirmed through his holy prophets. The faith of the Isralites was given the name “MONOTHIESTIC” because of how Yahuah defined himself and how the Isralites defined Yahuah. Yahuah is defined through his prophets as the Father, singular in nature who cannot be divided into multiple persons, who shares his glory as creator with no one else, not even Jesus (Isaiah 42:8)

Search the definition of MONO.

Isaiah 43
1 But now thus says Yahuah,
he who created you, O Jacob,
he who formed you, O Israel:
“Fear not, for I have redeemed you;
I have called you by name, you are mine.

10
“You (Israel NOT greek gentiles) are my witnesses,” declares Yahuah,
“and my servant (Rev 7:4) whom I have chosen,
that YOU may know and believe me
and understand that I am he.
Before me no god was formed,
nor shall there be any after me. (not even Jesus)
11
I, I am Yahuah,
and besides me there is no savior.
12
I declared and saved and proclaimed,
when there was no strange god among you;
and you are my witnesses,” declares Yahuah, that I am the only God.