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The God of Oneness Pentecostalism

There are about 24 million people who belong to Pentecostal groups which embrace Oneness Theology, or Jesus Only, which denies the Trinity. These people believe in what is called Modalism, meaning that there is one God who manifests Himself in different modes, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. 1,056 more words

Bible

Atheists' Memes Refuted: Is the Gospel a Loophole?

Heresies of modalism and/or patripassianism aside [1], the Gospel is not a “loophole,” an attempt on God’s part to evade justice, as Mr. Boden states. On the contrary, it declares the righteousness (justice) of God. 443 more words

Reality Check

Do you really know what you believe?

Many Christians today aren’t truly aware of what they actually believe. We attend our local church, sing songs, and listen to the pastor preach from the word of God. 6,032 more words

Don’t Be a Heretic: It’s Hard Work

That is, not being a heretic is hard work. Being a heretic is super easy.

Like we said last week, most people believe some sort of heresy, and they don’t even know it. 973 more words

Religion

One God: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit?

Most nights I try to set aside time before bed to talk to and teach my kids about God. On this particular night, I mentioned the word, “Trinity”. 1,135 more words

Latin Trinitarianism, again

I am currently reading Thomas Mccall’s Which Trinity? Whose Monotheism? This is the best section of the book.  He deals with philosopher Brian Leftow, who openly says there are “personal parts” in God (Leftow, “A Latin Trinity,” 308, quoted in McCall 114).   320 more words

Book Review

Oneness Pentecostalism and Their False Doctrine of Modalism

The largest of these Jesus Only churches is the United Pentecostal Church, and in all about 25% of Pentecostals in the USA are unitarian or deny the Trinity. 984 more words