You are correct that the Shema teaches that the Lord our God is one Lord.#1. The Shema teaches that the Lord our God is one Lord, if the trinity is a truth later revealed in the NT, then Mark 12:29 could have been the best opportunity for Jesus to reveal it instead he echoed the Shema. It's no surprise that Jesus didnt rebuke the teacher when he acknowledges Jesus answer and said further that he is right that God is one and no other beside him.
It's your opinion of what Jesus should teach. Nothing in Mark 12:29 is of any concern to professing the Trinity.
If you believe the Shema as passionately as the Jews do and as Christians do then your point 1 and point 2 defeat you. No one that really believes in the Shema would allow eternal life to be based on a not God being.#2. There is no issue in John 17:3, it categorically introduces to us who is the one true God which is the Father. If you are confused on why Jesus said eternal life depeds on knowing a non-God as you say it, then you clearly dont know his purpose why he was sent.
Please show how a not god being is of use to our salvation during the debate.
Yes because Jesus is God I give the new testament the time of day. I value and protect the Shema. You need to not just quote the Bible but demonstrate how a not God being has the right to say: Do not let your hearts be troubled. You believe in God; believe also in me.#3. You need to know both. John said to you not to be troubled and believe on both Smile john 14:1
You aren't making your case at all in your first and post.
If you are correct why did the Jews try to protect the Shema and kill Jesus? Try to answer my questions please.#4. I dont see an issue here since Jesus was sent by God himself and again, believing Jesus is tantamaount in believing also in God. Afterall Jesus did not preach a different God but his Father alone. So there's really no issue here. The Father himself said we should listen to his Son in Luke 9:35. Afterall it doesnt diminish God to a lower level rather it glorified him if we have faith in His son.
Try using the whole passage when you debate.#5. I dont agree with you in 1 cor 8:6. This scripture shows two classificatio, one who is the only true God and one who is our Lord. There's no confusion here since this is very categorical. And arent you wondering why did Paul just said that the only person who is the only God is the Father? For me if Paul was a trinitarian he shouldve said "for us there is only one God, the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit but no, he categorically defined that person who is the only God as the Father
1 cor 8: 4 - Paul uses the Shema because he really cares about the Shema and it referring to one being called God.
1 cor 8:6 - Paul calls Jesus Lord.
The shema: Hear, O Israel: The Lord our God, the Lord is one.
It beggars belief that Paul did not mean that Jesus is Lord.
God = Lord
Jesus = Lord
Jesus = God
Jesus on Earth has condescended to live amongst us. As a man he worships God. God the Father is His Father, just as God the Son is the Son of the Father and God the Spirit is the Spirit of them both.17 Jesus said, â€œDo not hold on to me, for I have not yet ascended to the Father. Go instead to my brothers and tell them, â€˜I am ascending to my Father and your Father, to my God and your God.â€™â€�
Your job is to establish the trinity as not biblical. Nothing presented here did so. Whereas there are serious doubts about your belief and adherence to the Shema because you willingly join a not God being to God.
Last question: Which part of your first argument shows the Trinity as unbiblical and why does it show that?