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Published on Aug 14, 2013
The contextual facts show us very clearly that Hebrews 1:10 is referring to the Father.
And, "You Lord in the beginning laid the foundations of the earth... But to which of the angels has HE ever said, "Sit at my right hand...."
That "He" necessarily refers to the Lord of verse 10.
Also not mentioned in this video - Heb 1:10ff quotes Psalm 102. Notice that Psalm 102 it is NOT GOD SAYING THESE WORDS but a person saying these words TO God. However, the Trinitarian interpretation of Hebrews 1:10 claims it IS GOD SAYING THESE WORDS in total contradiction. It is ridiculous to put these words in the mouth of the Father when the Bible shows us clearly at Psalm 102 that it is not God saying these words.
In this video, for the sake of argument, it is presumed that Hebrews 1:8 implies that God says this to the Son as Trinitarians read it. I have presented it this way so that this particular issue did not cloud the point I was attempting to make and so that you can see that even if you do read verse 8 this way, Trinitarians still have an insurmountable problem. However, I do not believe it is likely that this is a correct interpretation of Hebrews 1:8. It seems to me more likely that verse 7 should be interpreted as "it says", a reference to what Scripture says (the word in question is often translated this way). That would mean the same thing would be implied at verse 8, "But of the Son, IT (Scripture) says...."