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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

TD Jakes still peddling Modalism heresy

Chris Rosebrough from ‘Fighting For the Faith’ recently exposed clear evidence that TD Jakes is not a Christian. On his program Rosebrough played  the latest audio of TD Jakes peddling the heresy of Modalism, a heresy condemned by the early church for denying the Trinity. 256 more words

TD Jakes

Modalism? No thank you

I was listening to someone this week and he was talking about Jesus and the Holy Spirit. Specifically, he was arguing for a form of modalism that says that Jesus and the Holy Spirit are the same person. 643 more words

Trinity Misconception: Modalism.

Last week I wrote up a brief introduction to the doctrine of the Trinity. Over the next several Thursdays I’ll tackle some of the different misconceptions and myths about the Trinity. 497 more words

Theology