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You do not have to believe in the Trinity to be a Christian. Christianity is not a monolithic religion. There are a minority Christian sects-denominations that are Non-Trinitarian.
Thank you for your comment. I guess we have different views on the issue.
I am an ex-Christian. To be a Christian, you have to believe in trinity, the death and resurrection of Jesus, etc, etc. I did believe in these things, thus I was a Christian. I don't believe in these things anymore, hence I am not a Christian anymore. Thus the title ex-Christian/former Christian.
The path of God is a varied one, and one can go through different experiences and can join and leave organized forms of religion. My personal story is of leaving Christianity and embracing Islam and I guess we all have our stories and our paths to God.
All the best!
HI Ceren, I noticed in your comment on one of the discusions about Easter, (with the Muslim family purchasing plastic Easter eggs) that you discribed yourself as an "Ex-Christian". That sounds so un-Islamic.
Being Muslim means that you are on the continued path in worshiping GOD.
"Reverting" to Islam is just the next step and therefore Christianity and Judism both contribute to being a Muslim.
Just had to share my thoughts with you. Besides that, your comment were right on.