What I am trying to get at is- who ARE the real Christians? You say,
it is not considered part of Christianity
One, I'd like to know why not- and two, who passes muster as a "Christian"?
The Trinity was a political device of the Nicene council to reconcile those who did not believe Jesus was actually God and not just His son. I never heard Jesus say that. Not even Paul did. It appeared on the scene in the 4th Century
. The Apostle's creed was designed by a bunch of Catholic Bishops- so why do protestants accept it at all?