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A world-wide movement is assessed by a former oneness Pentecostal who warns that the time has passed for ignoring this small group. Boyd clarifies misconception that the early church believed a "oneness" gospel and carefully distinguishes the views of oneness believers from trinitarian Pentecostals and charismatics.
|Abbreviations of Works Cited||15|
|Introduction: Confessions of an Ex-Oneness Pentecostal||21|
|1||Understanding Oneness Pentecostalism||25|
|2||The Trinity: Truth or Error?||49|
|3||Is Jesus His Own Father?||67|
|4||Did the Son of God Exist Before His Birth?||93|
|5||Is Jesus the Holy Spirit?||115|
|6||Baptism, Salvation, and The Name||131|
|7||Was the Early Church Oneness?||147|
|8||The Inescapable Trinity||163|
|Appendix A: Salvation, the Spirit, and Tongues||197|
|Appendix B: The Holiness Standards and Works Salvation||215|
|Appendix C: Hair||223|
|Appendix D: Statistics on Oneness Pentecostal Groups||227|
Posted February 1, 2004
An excellent overall answer to many questions posed by this heretical modalistic cult. Boyd satisfies all doubt and then presents a Jesus who does not demand a legalistic behavior-based salvation, but one that is based solely on grace through faith.
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