I am officially an Arian Catholic (although I no longer believe in Arian Catholicism) and I am, by my beliefs, a Biblical Unitarian (not to be confused with Unitarian Universalists).
My spiritual journey is thus:
Baptism (soon after birth) to October 2005 - Protestant (Methodist)
October 2005 to 25th December 2005 - Biblical Unitarian (unknowingly)
25th December 2005 to November 2007 - I had Western Orthodox (Shepardic) Jewish beliefs
November 2007 to 3rd December 2007 - Biblical Unitarian (knowingly)
3rd December 2007 to 3rd January 2008 - Arian Catholic (by beliefs)
3rd January 2008 onwards - Biblical Unitarian (but still officially an Arian Catholic)
I have written a book on Historicism, and I believe that it is the correct way of interpreting the prophecies of the Books of Daniel, Revelation and Ezekiel (more specifically Ezekiel 38-39). I had previously written a book on Jewish eschatology, on Jewish Futurism, but I no longer believe in it.
I also believe in the five solas, the building blocks of the Reformation first proposed by Martin Luther.
I am open-minded to the possibility of Biblical Unitarianism being wrong.
My first question: where in the Bible does it say we may pray to the saints?
My second question, if I may: where are the Bible references to the (Blessed) Trinity?
Thank you in advance for your replies, and I hope I am allowed to be here, not being Oriental Orthodox and all.