All arguments against the Trinity are flawed because they begin with an “assumption” (not a verse in the Bible) which says something like “God can’t logically do this…”.
Yes. Such “assumptions” are all “wrong” because it contradicts the verse, “all things are possible with God” and also the simple fact that, “no verse in the Bible states literally that Jesus is not God” but rather, plenty of verses “literally” state (without interpretation) that “Jesus is God” as in many of my previous posts too.
No creation can put “assumptions” on what “God can” or “cannot do”.
Also, “interpretation” is never needed to learn “Truth” literally because if so, “the interpreter is telling that he can put it in better words than God Who inspired those verses which declare the Truth that Christ Jesus is God”.
Be Wise in “your logic” and let it “not” rest on “human wisdom” which begins with “assuming” what “God can” or “cannot do”.
For example, consider this:
Jesus is the “Lord God”.
The phrase “Lord God” cannot exist If “Lord” is exclusively different from “God” as it occurs in some manuscripts of Revelation 1:8.
Whether the phrase is “Lord God” (such as in the NIV) or just “Lord” (in the KJV), the “meaning” remains the “same” as in the verse below, it declares truthfully that “Jesus” (Lord or Lord God) is “the Almighty”.
“‘I am the Alpha and the Omega, beginning and end, saith the Lord (Jesus Christ), Who is, and Who was, and Who is coming — the Almighty (God).‘.” (Revelation 1:8)
We all know that it is Lord Jesus Who is speaking in the verse above because the “same” declaration of being the “Alpha and Omega” is also mentioned in the verse below (proving that Lord Jesus Christ is talking in both instances – in the last chapter of Revelation):
“I am the Alpha and the Omega, the First and the Last, the Beginning and the End.“- Lord Jesus Christ in (Revelation 22:13)