This is NOT arguing against the Trinity … I believe in the Triune Godhead. Jesus went around to all of the villages and towns preaching the gospel ... His gospel. And later, Jesus commanded His disciples to preach His gospel to the ends of the earth. Jesus’ gospel (good news, glad tidings, etc.), not Paul's gospel, nor anyone else's gospel. And this obviously has nothing to do with the Nicean Creed from 325 a.d. Note: There is some difference between Jesus’ preaching of His gospel to the multitudes compared to His teaching to His disciples (especially at the end of His ministry). To the mutlitudes … was the Holy Spirit ever included? To the disciples … the Holy Spirit was included, especially in His great farewell discourse (see a great Trinity passage: John 14:16-26). Two sources of belief in the Trinity: 1) being born into a family, culture, etc. which has “blind faith” in it. 2) being given a further spiritual revelation (beyond a belief in the gospel). My bottom line The Trinity was never a part of the simple gospel that Jesus preached to the multitudes. A belief in the Trinity often needs to come from a spiritual revelation. Are you able to show me verses of Jesus' preaching (in the 4 gospels) where the Trinity is a part of His gospel? Note: There has been a great problem because of the absence of the Trinity in Jesus’ gospel. This has led many (including Muslims) to insist that Paul preached a different gospel. But, let us realize that Jesus and Paul preached to 2 totally different audiences: Jesus preached to the multitudes (none of which had the Holy Spirit). Paul’s letters were to the churches (most of whom had the Holy Spirit). .