Oneness Pentecostals and the Trinity

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Baker Books, Jun 1, 1992 - Religion - 234 pages
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What's special about Oneness Pentecostals?

In this penetrating analysis of Oneness theology and practice, Gregory Boyd reveals the experience of four years of personal involvement in a Oneness church.

Although Oneness Pentecostals' belief in Christ's deity establishes some common ground with other Christians, their aggressive denial of the Trinity has nonetheless fostered their indisputably sub-Christian ideas about God's character, about salvation, and about Christian living.

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He was a Oneness believer?

User Review  - Pastor Joseph Giunta -

I am not getting on here to discuss the doctrines presented in the book. What I am here to say is that this book was written as an expose of Oneness teachings, but clearly Dr. Boyd must not have known ... Read full review

User Review  - T. R. Hendershot, D.D., M.A, B.A -

Boyd hits right on target with this. He can say the truth about the "movement" that others can't having once belonged to them. I, too, travelled along that road for awhile many years back and see to ... Read full review


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Gregory A. Boyd (PhD, Princeton Theological Seminary), formerly professor of theology at Bethel University, is senior pastor of Woodland Hills Church in St. Paul, Minnesota, where average attendance has grown to 5,000 since he helped plant the church in 1992. He is the author of many books, including the critically acclaimed Seeing Is Believing and the best-selling Gold Medallion Award-winner Letters from a Skeptic. He is also coauthor of The Jesus Legend.

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