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What is the difference between the Swedenborgian and Oneness Pentecostal doctrines of God?

(Note: This post is an edited version of an answer I wrote and posted on Christianity StackExchange. You can see the original question on StackExchange… 1,252 more words

God

Hymns and Poor Theology: Holy God "Became Perfect Man"? (Modalism)

It’s time again for a topic I occasionally write about (see previous posts):  Hymns and wrong/bad theology.

At least some churches now frequently sings a simple, one paragraph song called “The Gospel Song,” with the following lyrics: 616 more words

Church History

The False Teachers: T.D. Jakes

By Tim Challies from Challies.com

A few weeks ago I set out on a series of articles through which I am scanning the history of the church—from its earliest days all the way to the present time—to examine some of Christianity’s most notable false teachers and to examine the false doctrine each of them represents. 1,384 more words

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The Doctrine of the Trinity

Trinitarianism is the belief that God is a triune being, that is, eternally existing as three co-equal and distinctive persons. Trinitarianism is strictly monotheistic (meaning that there is only one singular god in all of existence). 1,191 more words

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Wolves in Shepherd's Clothing: Modalism

Gentle Reader,

Today we begin to turn our attention to the aberrant teachings of Shepherd’s Chapel.

The early Church spent several centuries hammering out just what one had to believe in order to be a Christian. 1,685 more words

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Does Jesus Have Two Natures?

Question:  Doesn’t the Bible describe Jesus as having two natures?

Answer:  No

Trinitarians and Modalism claim that Christ has two natures and thus claim that Christ is “both fully God and fully man at the same time.” When Christ was on the cross he cried out, … 365 more words

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