A Definitive Look at Oneness Theology: Defending the Tri-unity of God
University Press of America, 2005 - 217 pages
This book critically examines the claims of Oneness theology in light of biblical exegesis. Specifically, it affirms the biblical presentation of God existing as three distinct coequal, coeternal, and coexistent Persons or Selves.
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Introduction to Oneness Theology
Examining the Oneness Claim that Jesus is the Father
Examining the Oneness Claim that Jesus is the Holy Spirit
The Preexistence of the Son
Examining the Oneness Objections to the Doctrine of the Trinity
In the Name of Jesus Only Examining the Dogma of the UPCI Baptismal Formula and System of Salvation
Modalism and the Early Church
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