Questions Oneness Pentecostals Don't Ask

Questions Oneness Pentecostals Don't Ask

The God of the ages that hated sin took on the form of man to take mankind's place on the cross. He had made the heavens, the earth, the sea, and the dry land. There was no other god with him. This God was actually in Jesus Christ, reconciling the world unto himself. He became the second Adam. The substitution Christ made for us must be understood by faith, not just by the intellect.The doctrine of the Trinity developed because of attempts to explain by the intellect something that is revealed only by the Spirit. But what do we do with the obvious duality found in the New Testament letters?This book covers both issues: The oneness of God, and the questions Oneness Pentecostals don't ask-at least not usually.

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