This is the prayer of Jesus the night before his execution,
And this is everlasting life, that they may know You, the only true God, and Jesus Christ, whom You have sent.
Jesus prays to his Father and his prayer is that we get to know his Father who is the ONLY TRUE GOD, but yet his very words, whom they say they love and call their Savior, are ignored and dismissed in order to cling to a Trinitarian doctrine that neither he nor his disciple never taught.
They don’t seem to care that their explanations of trying to define what is not taught in the holy Scriptures is mind-bending indeed, a circle that cannot be broken at any cost. They dismiss the very fact that many times we are taught in Scripture by Jesus and by his disciples that Jesus has a God, but yet still spread the lie that Jesus is God Almighty. It doesn’t care, in the Trinitarian doctrine, the fact that many times Jesus is called “God’s son,” they still make him to be Almighty God. It doesn’t matter how many times the disciples also show the distinction between God the Father and Jesus his Son – the Trinity doctrine must be defended at all cost for one’s life depends upon it! No, one’s everlasting life depends upon knowing who the ONLY TRUE GOD is and BELIEVING the one God sent, Jesus the Messiah (John 17:3), his Son, but his words are dismissed as though they don’t exist, and those who hold to the Trinitarian doctrine don’t seem to care that their own words are contradictory to that of Scripture. As Mr. Holt has stated:
Consider what is being said by the Trinitarian doctrine. Jesus can be God’s Son and still be God. He can be at God’s right hand and still be God. He can have a God and still be God. He can be sent and told what to do and still be God. He can have limited knowledge on earth and in heaven and still be God. He can be in subjection to God on earth and in heaven and still be God. He can have a different will from God and still be God. He can die while God cannot die and still be God. He can call his Father the “only true God” and yet he is the only true God. (John 17:3)
It has been well said that a man who is honestly mistaken and hears the truth, he either ceases to be mistaken or he ceases to be honest. This may well be the choice for our Trinitarian brethren.