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Which denominations are non-trinitarian?

Submitted: 8/23/2012
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Question: A large number of religions do not believe in the trinity doctrine. For example: * Church of Christ, Scientist * Church of God General Conference (Abrahamic Faith) * Church of the Blessed Hope (also known as the Church of God of the Abrahamic Faith, but not part of 'General Conference') * Creation Seventh Day Adventist Church (Not to be confused with the Seventh-day Adventist Church) * Doukhobors * Jehovah's Witnesses * Living Church of God * Molokan * Monarchianism * New Church * Non-Trinitarian churches * Oneness Pentecostals * Polish Brethren * Socinianism * Swedenborgianism * The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints * The Way International * Unification Church * Unitarian Christians * Iglesia ni Cristo * True Jesus Church * Members of the Church of God International * United Church of God * Restorationists, * Polish Brethren, * Socinianism, * Christadelphians

Answer: Just because a group does not accept the doctrine of the trinity, we must not automatically assume they believe the truth about God. Mere departure from error does not always bring a person to truth.