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  The Watchman Expositor: Oneness Pentecostalism Profile
Oneness Pentecostals deny the Trinity, believing instead that the monotheistic God simply "manifests" Himself in the offices or roles of the members of the Trinity.
Since even Oneness Pentecostals would dispute this understanding, the necessity of baptism in the name of Jesus only is easily refuted using their own logic.
Therefore, Oneness Pentecostals are erroneously attempting to argue that something that occasionally occurred should therefore always occur; it is impossible to argue this point when the Bible does not make such a claim.
www.watchman.org /profile/onenesspro.htm   (2547 words)

  
 Oneness Pentecostal - Apologetics
Oneness Pentecostals of all branches affirm the authority of the Bible for doctrine.
Oneness teachers would agree that salvation requires putting one's full faith in the Jesus of Oneness doctrine, that is the Jesus who is the totality of the Godhead, who died on the cross as an atonement for sin, and who rose again from the dead.
Oneness Pentecostal churches are, therefore, cultic in nature and outside the theological parameters of historic Christianity.
www.4truth.net /site/apps/nl/content3.asp?c=hiKXLbPNLrF&b=784551&ct=932137   (1803 words)

  
  Focus On The Faulty: Articles   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Oneness Pentecostals are known mostly for their denial of the doctrine of the Trinity.
Oneness Pentecostals attempt to base their view of the baptismal formula on the fact that baptism in the book of Acts is said to be "in the name of Jesus." The argument however, can be quickly dismissed.
Oneness Pentecostals base their erroneous teaching on the fact that tongues is mentioned in three of the five instances which speak of the baptism of the Spirit in Acts.
www.xmark.com /focus/Pages/oneness.html   (2132 words)

  
 "What is Oneness Pentecostal Theology?"
In addition, oneness theology also maintains that baptism is a necessary part of salvation; that is, in order to be saved, one must be baptized, by immersion.
Oneness churches also teach that speaking in tongues is a necessary manifestation of the Holy Spirit.
Oneness groups are decidedly Arminian in the doctrine of salvation.
www.carm.org /oneness/whatisoneness.htm   (526 words)

  
 Apostolic Pentecostal Churches On The World Wide Web
The Churches that we list may be affiliated with a Church Organizations such as the United Pentecostal Church International (UPCI), the Assemblies of the Lord Jesus Christ (ALJC), the Pentecostal Assemblies of the World (PAW), or one of the many other Oneness Pentecostal Organizations.
For those of you that are new and may be wondering just what is an Apostolic Pentecostal Church, here is a brief definition: "Apostolic" simply means that we believe, teach and preach the same gospel message that was preached by the Apostles as written in the book of Acts.
"Oneness" simply means that we are monotheistic in doctrine (beliefs), or rather that we believe in One God and not a triune God or a God in three persons (Trinity).
apostolic-pentecostal-churches.net   (882 words)

  
 PFRS Oneness Pentecostal & Baptism Issues
This section deals with issues related to the Oneness Pentecostal movement, including the Trinity, baptism, and the purpose of tongues.
This movement is a branch of the Pentecostal Church that rejects the doctrine of the Trinity.
Oneness Pentecostals also baptize in the name of Jesus only.
www.pfrs.org /oneness/index.html   (176 words)

  
 Pentecostalism - Theopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Pentecostalism is similar to the Charismatic movement, but developed earlier and separated from the mainstream church.
Oneness Pentecostals, are sometimes known as "Jesus-Name", "Apostolics", or by their detractors as "Jesus only" Pentecostals.
The major trinitarian pentecostal organizations, however, including the "Pentecostal World Conference" and the "Fellowship of Pentecostal and Charismatic Churches of North America", have condemned Oneness theology as a heresy and refuse membership to churches holding this belief.
theopedia.com /Pentecostal   (316 words)

  
 Oneness Pentecostals
The modern Pentecostal movement is generally regarded to have begun in 1901 in a chapel prayer meeting in Topeka, Kansas, led by Charles Parham, a teacher at the small Bethel Bible College.
Oneness Pentecostals declare that the Godhead consists of only one person and deny the traditional doctrine of the Trinity.
Adherence to Holiness Standards Most Oneness Pentecostals teach that once salvation is gained initially by the preceding ingredients that it must be maintained by daily adherence to legalistic codes of personal behavior.
members.tripod.com /disciplelink/onepentecostal.htm   (1913 words)

  
 Oneness and Trinitarians Unite
This is an excerpt from TBN 3/8/99 with a Trinitarian Bishop Clarence McClendon and Oneness Pentecostal Bishop Noel Jones discussing how to have unity together in their ministries and to learn from each others differences.
Oneness holds to Jesus being God and man but reinterpret it to the Father being the deity and the Son who is the humanity only.
Oneness accuses the Church of being tied with Rome with the Trinity being of pagan origin.
www.letusreason.org /Onenes20.htm   (1497 words)

  
 The Other Pentecostals
What Oneness Pentecostals Believe...about the deity of Christ: Oneness Pentecostals believe that Jesus Christ was born of the Virgin Mary, that He came to earth as God incarnate, and that He died on the cross and rose from the dead to purchase redemption for all mankind.
Oneness Pentecostals insist that new converts be baptized "in the name of Jesus," the formula used by the apostles in the book of Acts (see Acts 2:38; 8:16; 10:48; 19:5).
However, because Oneness Pentecostals have zealously insisted that the infilling of the Holy Spirit must be accompanied by speaking in tongues, some have gone so far as to teach that Christians who don't speak in tongues aren't saved.
www.rickross.com /reference/upci/upci2.html   (3471 words)

  
 Religious Movements Homepage: United Pentecostal Church International
The Oneness of God is opposite to the belief of the Trinity, which is God acting separately as Father, Son, and Holy Ghost.
The Oneness doctrine states that the Father, Son, and Holy Ghost are all present in the manifestation of each other because of this oneness nature of God.
ONENESS "doctrine that God is absolutely one in numerical value, that Jesus is the One God, and that God is not of plurality of persons," meaning God is not the Father, Son, and Holy Ghost in three separate forms.
religiousmovements.lib.virginia.edu /nrms/UnitPent.html   (1981 words)

  
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In Oneness Pentecostalism, the first real "spiritual" experience one has is that of "speaking in tongues." This is usually the result of the unbiblical practice of "seeking" or "tarrying", which was mentioned before, and can include any number of postures and activities.
Gurley made contributions to Oneness Pentecostal worship, preaching, denominational influence, and most important - a personal embodiment of the archetypal Southern Gentleman that was important not only for the upwardly mobile white Oneness Pentecostals, but...
Pentecostal ministers and laypeople are also important because the documents show that these conservative evangelicals were concerned with Christian service in the form of assistance to poor people, contrary to the views of many church historians’ stereotypes, generated from the older academic mentality that has emanated from New England and Northern academic institutions.
lycos.cs.cmu.edu /info/pentecostalism--oneness-pentecostalism.html   (542 words)

  
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In Oneness Pentecostalism, the first real "spiritual" experience one has is that of "speaking in tongues." This is usually the result of the unbiblical practice of "seeking" or "tarrying", which was mentioned before, and can include any number of postures and activities.
Gurley made contributions to Oneness Pentecostal worship, preaching, denominational influence, and most important - a personal embodiment of the archetypal Southern Gentleman that was important not only for the upwardly mobile white Oneness Pentecostals, but...
Pentecostal ministers and laypeople are also important because the documents show that these conservative evangelicals were concerned with Christian service in the form of assistance to poor people, contrary to the views of many church historians’ stereotypes, generated from the older academic mentality that has emanated from New England and Northern academic institutions.
www.lycos.com /info/pentecostalism--oneness-pentecostalism.html   (542 words)

  
 Reachout Trust - Oneness Pentecostal - Jesus Only
Unite!' This is how the organization came to be called the 'United Pentecostal Church.' W. Witherspoon sat down at the typewriter and wrote out a statement of the 'Fundamental Doctrine' of the organization, which still appears, exactly as he wrote it, in the 'Articles of Faith' in the UPC Manual.
While Oneness holds to the affirmation of Jesus being fully God and fully man, however they reinterpret this as the Father being the deity in the Son who is strictly the humanity.
Oneness Pentecostals are erroneously attempting to argue that something that occasionally occurred should therefore always occur; it is impossible to argue this point when the Bible does not make such a claim.
www.reachouttrust.org /articles/othergrp/oneness.htm   (3876 words)

  
 CHRISTIANITY: THE PENTECOSTAL FAMILY
Pentecostalism is a highly fragmented family within Christianity; one source lists 177 separate denominations.
Pentecostalism is a relatively modern branch of Christianity.
The United Pentecostal Church and the Pentecostal Assemblies of The World are the main Oneness Pentecostal denominations.
www.religioustolerance.org /chr_pent.htm   (1435 words)

  
 Was the early church 'Oneness' Pentecostal?
Only 'Oneness' Pentecostalism, though, adds the ghoulish touch of the 'Ending of the Sonship'; the Unitarians at least allow 'the Son' the eternal destiny common to the rest of mankind.
Presumably 'Oneness' historians draft the Munster Communards, beloved of Communist historians, to serve under the banner of 'Oneness' Pentecostalism because the bloody suppression of the Munster Commune feeds 'Oneness' Pentecostal delusions of persecution.
Though the 'Oneness' Pentecostals claim to believe that Jesus Christ is God, in their romps through church history, they gladly own as brethren anti-trinitarians whose rejection of the Trinity is premised on denial of Christ's Deity.
thriceholy.net /earlychurch.html   (9527 words)

  
 United Pentecostal Church International (UPCI), Oneness Pentecostals, Jesus Only, Trinity, Jesus, Trinity Doctrine, ...
Our intention is to shed light on why Oneness Pentecostals are not of the Christian faith but have been deceived with another Jesus and another gospel.
Oneness Pentecostals are of the United Pentecostal Church International, and they have many un-Biblical doctrines and teachings contrary to the Christian faith.
The UPCI teaches that a person must not only believe in Jesus (the oneness view) but also be water baptized (in Jesus name only) and speak in other tongues in order to be saved.
www.afcministry.com /Oneness_Pentecostals.htm   (489 words)

  
 United Pentecostal Church International at AllExperts
Louis suburb of Hazelwood, Missouri.The UPCI was formed in 1945 by a merger of the Pentecostal Church, Incorporated, and the Pentecostal Assemblies of Jesus Christ.
The Pentecostal Ministerial Alliance ministers voted to merge with The Apostolic Church of Jesus Christ, but the terms of the proposed merger were not accepted by the ministers of The Apostolic Church of Jesus Christ.
The UPCI embraces the classical Pentecostal view that speaking in tongues is the outward, observable, and audible evidence of the infilling of the Holy Spirit.
en.allexperts.com /e/u/un/united_pentecostal_church_international.htm   (1591 words)

  
 What is Oneness Theology - FM
In addition, oneness theology also maintains that baptism is a necessary part of salvation; that is, in order to be saved, one must be baptized, by immersion.
Oneness churches also teach that speaking in tongues is a necessary manifestation of the Holy Spirit.
Oneness groups are decidedly Arminian in the doctrine of salvation.
www.russpickett.com /apolog/one01.htm   (554 words)

  
 CRI Journal - CRJ0082A
Oneness Pentecostals honestly believe that they are the only ones for whom this is true.
Oneness Pentecostals believe that unless one has spoken in tongues, one does not have the Holy Spirit (not just the fulness of the Holy Spirit, as certain other Pentecostals hold).
The "tongues" doctrine of Oneness Pentecostalism is a doctrine based entirely on a historical record, not on an explicit teaching.
www.iclnet.org /pub/resources/text/cri/cri-jrnl/web/crj0082a.html   (1254 words)

  
 Understanding the Basics of Oneness Pentecostal - BereanFaith.com
The Oneness Pentecostal/Apostolic/JesusOnly Movement began in the year 1913 out of the Assembly of God church when a man named R.E. McAlister began baptizing people in the name of Jesus only.
In 1945, Oneness Pentecostals from the Pentecostal Church, Incorporated, and Pentecostal Assemblies of Jesus Christ merged and formed the United Pentecostal Church (or UPC as they are most well known today).
Where Oneness adherents do not maintain that the gift of tongues saves a person, they do teach that it is a requirement in order to be saved.
www.bereanfaith.com /faiths.php?action=one&id=9   (432 words)

  
 Apologetics Group - Why I am not Oneness Pentecostal
Oneness Pentecostalism traces its roots to the Azusa Street Revival of 1906.
JUSTIFICATION: Most “Oneness churches” teach that in order to be saved one must first, reject the Biblical and historical doctrine of the Trinity (which they label as paganism) in favor of the Oneness Sabellian view.
Oneness Pentecostals reduce God to the image of man. They also deny the Eternal Sonship of Christ and support false teachings that were condemned not only by Scripture, but also by the early Church and make good work a prerequisite to salvation.
d.dominodeveloper.net /gsmythe/home.nsf/f21ee91c64a30fa3882570900056e584/f4a142b718aa369788257098007f2192!OpenDocument   (1313 words)

  
 Oneness Pentecostals
The roots of Oneness Pentecostalism can be traced in the North American Pentecostal movement during the early 1900s.
Pentecostal Ministerials Alliance (PMA) was formed 1925 in Jackson, Tennessee later change its name in 1932 to Pentecostal Church, Inc. (PCI).
Most if not all have been converted to the "oneness camp" because of some form of "healing" that occurred in their life.
www.geocities.com /the_bereans/p_onep.htm?20068   (651 words)

  
 Oneness Pentecostal
According to the "Handbook of Denominations in the United States: 11th Edition," there is a branch of the Pentecostal churches called the "Church of our Lord Jesus Christ of the Apostolic Faith." They have about 30,000 members in 450 churches.
They are "non-trinitarian, maintaining belief 'in the oneness of God, who was the Father in creation, the Son in redemption, and today, He is the Holy Ghost in The Church.' " They also believe that the baptism of the Holy Ghost (presumably with tongues) is necessary for salvation.
However, it is clear that they are the ones who believe in three different gods: one for creation, one for incarnation, and one for speaking in tongues.
www.learnthebible.org /q-a-oneness-pentecostal.htm   (419 words)

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