One can find Arianism in "2000 years of Christian theology" tooIncorrect, because of ample proof texts that Jesus was, and is, God. You can't have both.
I agree Arianism is not in the bible, but there have been people claiming to be "Christians" trying to make the claim that it is, throughout church history.
We've gone at it before and you come across as petty and insincere.
What do you call hyjacking someone elses thread? You wanted to impose the trinity on a thread, that wasn't about the trinity.
And the sheer weight of the Roman Catholic Church and virtually all Protestant denominations stands behind these doctrines.
Hmm, maybe that's the problem. You're putting your faith in a church. I want to put my faith in God. So could you please quote a few verses from scripture that teach that the "economic aspect of the Trinity includes the created humanity of Jesus, who was not God". I can quote verses all day that say otherwise.
I'm not aware of a single Protestant denomination that would stand behind that statement. It's not the "economic aspect of the Trinity" that I have a problem with, it's the "the created humanity of Jesus, who was not God" that I have a problem with.