A universal question in both the religious and non-religious communities has always been whether or not Jesus is God. Subsequently, the theological question becomes: If He is God, how can this be reconciled or understood with respect to one's belief in ONE GOD (monotheism)? In plain language, this book uses the Scriptures in a systematic theological approach to expose the Trinitarian error and those of other religions that reject Jesus as being the complete fullness of the Godhead. In this book, "They Still Reject Jesus," the "Oneness Doctrine" is contrasted to that of a "3 Person God Doctrine." Ronald Echols Sr. has been a Sunday School superintendent and teacher of the Apostolic Faith for many years. His educational background includes a Bachelor's degree and Master of Science in the medical field. He plans on pursuing a doctorate in Biblical Studies. He comes from a family in which his father was a church pastor and an uncle and other relatives being bishops. He has a diverse background as being a supervisor in hospitals, business owner and CEO, inventor with patents and a writer of religious orations and poems. He has long had a passion for seeking understanding and truth of the Scriptures and imparting this to others. His greatest challenge in writing this book lies in his realization that he has feet of clay.