Is "Unitarianism" (Oneness View) Primarily an English Deal?

I enjoy watching debates between Trinitarians and Unitarians and somehow the same
theme always occurs, that the English speaking Unitarians have absolutely no regard
for the **Greek **and **Hebrew **languages. So the stumbling block seems to be a linguis-
tical issue. Is this stumbling block MOSTLY exclusive to the English-speaking world?

[RIGHT]By the way, I refer to
Unitarian ‘Christians.’[/RIGHT]

Obviously the Jews have the same problem with not understanding Hebrew.:slight_smile:

Sorry, I should have been more specific: I refer to the Unitarian
“Christians” who use both the Old AND New Testament to con-
clude that God is One and not a Triune Being.

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