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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


The Holy Trinity: A brief introduction.

I was young when The Shack came out. I got it from the library, and I honestly didn’t get all that much out of it. But I do remember thinking how weird it was that God the Father was portrayed as a woman. 1,016 more words


Reflecting on the Trinity

A few months ago I talked with some roofers during a “Timmy Tuesday.” (Every Tuesday afternoon I practice the ministry of presence at a local Tim Horton’s coffee house.)  Eventually the conversation moved to faith, and I learned quickly: these men were not your ordinary “Christians.”  They informed me in no uncertain terms that the God of the Bible is… 330 more words

President of Oneness Pentecostal Bible Institute Fired after Contracting Laryngitis

St. Joseph, AR –  Joe Waldron, President of Oneness Pentecostal Bible Institute, recently contracted the speech impeding disease laryngitis. This was immediately interpreted as a curse by the school’s student body newspaper, … 267 more words



In the previous post I wrote about why I think it’s important that Christians practice the biblical discipline of discernment.

In this post I want to begin examining T.D. 2,399 more words

Jesus is Father-Forever #NoModalism

I had the pleasure of reading St. Melito of Sardis’s On Pascha this Easter. It reminded me of the very few writings I have read of the Syrian fathers. 721 more words