God who is above Jesus
Trinitarians believe in the false polytheistic doctrine of the Trinity, and this belief states that there are three persons, the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. Each of these three are fully God, and are all equal to the other, basically there is no hierarchy within the group, none is more greater than the other.
However so this doctrine is shattered by none other than the false apostle Paul himself! We read the following from 1 Corinthians 11:
Now I want you to realize that the head of every man is Christ, and the head of the woman is man, and the head of Christ is God. (1 Corinthians 11:3)
So notice what Paul states, Paul makes it clear that the head of man is Christ, just as the head of the woman is the man, and this essentially means that Christ is above men and is like their leader, just as the man is the leader of the house and is in charge of the woman and so forth. Paul doesn't simply end there, he goes on to state that the head of Christ is God himself, which in other words means that Jesus is under God, and that God is the boss of Jesus.
The word in the Greek is kephale which means the following:
1) the head, both of men and often of animals. Since the loss of the head destroys life, this word is used in the phrases relating to capital and extreme punishment.
2) metaph. anything supreme, chief, prominent
a) of persons, master lord: of a husband in relation to his wife
b) of Christ: the Lord of the husband and of the Church
c) of things: the corner stone
So the fact that God is the head of Jesus shows that this supposed equality within the Trinity does not exist. Furthermore this verse yet again disproves the supposed divinity of Jesus, for how can Jesus who is God have God as his head?! The reason why Christ has God as his head is because he isn't God; he is a servant and messenger of God, which is precisely why he is under God.
So all in all this verse disproves the Trinity, as well as disproving the divinity of Jesus, Paul basically took 2 birds down with one stone.
This isn't the only place where we see Paul teaching such a thing; he even goes further in 1 Corinthians 15:
The last enemy to be(A) destroyed is death. For(B) "God[a] has put all things in subjection under his feet." But when it says, "all things are put in subjection," it is plain that he is excepted who put all things in subjection under him. When(C) all things are subjected to him, then the Son himself will also be subjected to him who put all things in subjection under him, that(D) God may be all in all. (1 Corinthians 15:26-28)
Paul says two things here:
-God has put everything under the feet of Jesus, but this doesn't include God himself.
-Jesus himself will be under God.
So again we see that this equality within the Trinity doesn't exist, for Paul clearly says that Jesus is subjected and under God, which means that God is above and higher than Jesus, yet we don't see the verse saying God is subjected and under Jesus. What is also very interesting is how Paul clarifies that God is NOT under Jesus, why is Paul trying to make this so clear? This only becomes much more interesting when we see that Paul has no problem in saying that Jesus is under God. Twice now we have seen Paul saying that Jesus is under God, in 11 Corinthians and 15 Corinthians, yet Paul makes it very clear to point out that God himself is not under Jesus.
15 Corinthians also yet again disproves the divinity of Jesus as well, because it shows that God subjected things to Jesus, basically if Jesus was God then everything would already be under him, yet that is not the case, God subjected things for Jesus, and on top of all of this Jesus himself is subjected under God.
So in conclusion we have seen clear evidence that shatters the Trinity, as well as clear evidence that shatters the supposed divinity of Jesus, and for once I am in agreement with Paul. Indeed Paul, Jesus is under God, God is the head and master of Jesus, Jesus is subjected to God, and God gave Jesus everything he had because Jesus was his servant.
And Allah Knows Best!