Jesus did not give up his Jewish heritage to become a Trinitarian. There is no way to deny his words which he spoke of his Father as being the one true God unless one insists to keep his Trinitarian view by continuing to reject the words of Jesus the Messiah. (I believe from now on I will always prefer to say “Jesus the Messiah,” so as not to confuse with the other “false Jesus” preached today who is considered God in the minds of millions.)
Jesus was clear that when he spoke of God, his Father, he spoke of Him as “the one who alone is God” (John 5:44) and the “only true God” (John 17:3). Never did Jesus the Messiah ever say he is the one true God.
Throughout Scriptures, God is always considered as one unique Person. Even Paul never left the orthodoxy of his Jewish faith, for he continued to proclaim clearly that there is only “one God, the Father” (1 Cor. 8:6), and the Father as distinct from the “one mediator between God and men, himself man, Christ Jesus” (1 Tim. 2:5).
Paul never viewed Jesus the Messiah as a single uncreated Being. Throughout the NT Paul knew and kept proclaiming that “God is the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ.” He taught no differently from what Jesus taught.
Jesus, the Messiah, after he was exalted to the right hand of his Father, in his own words, still refers to the Father as “his God” (Rev. 3:12).
These are just a few simple facts recorded in Scripture, yet people still reject the words of Jesus the Messiah. They worship a “deity,” and call him the, “very God of very God” that is foreign to the Scriptures.
Paul warns us of others who proclaim a “different Jesus” other than the one revealed (2 Cor. 11:4) as God’s Son who was promised by the prophets. They have received a different Jesus from a different spirit, thus proclaiming a different Gospel.
Jesus prayed to his Father and said,
And this is everlasting life, that they may know You, the only true God, and Jesus Christ, whom You have sent. John 17:3
Have I now become your enemy by telling you the truth?