church November 25, 2018 What is the biggest challenge for the church today? Posted by in Facebook's Pentecostal Theology Group View the Original Post Previous articleFor the same Lord over all is rich unto all that call upon him Next articleDr. Craig Keener: Acts 16-17 10 Comments Reply November 25, 2018 Roger Lewis Today? This day? Getting here ON TIME! Reply November 25, 2018 John David Barton Confronting falsehoods! Which truth is truth? Reply November 25, 2018 Troy Day oneNESS has been resolved since 1914 Rico Hero Reply November 25, 2018 John David Barton Troy Day why is it growing rapidly then? Even now more so than when the movement began. Reply November 25, 2018 John David Barton Troy Day wouldnt it have been resolved when tertullian confronted praxeas and the modalists in the 3rd century. He created the trinity as a means to convert pagans and when the first Jewish church, modalistic monarchianism, balked; he had them excommunicated and there writings burned. Reply November 25, 2018 John David Barton Troy Day Pentecostal theology stems from the first Jewish church at Pentecost. They were oneness. Reply November 26, 2018 Troy Day it is NOT growing rapidly 🙂 on the contrary Oneness, or Jesus-Only, Pentecostal churches, who since the early 20th century have used the description “Apostolic Faith” (previously used by Trinitarian Pentecostals such as Charles F. Parham and William J. Seymour) to designate their distinctive doctrines; https://ag.org/Beliefs/Topics-Index/Apostles-and-Prophets Terry Wiles was this part of the original res16? Reply November 26, 2018 Terry Wiles Troy Day No. That was adopted previous to res16 Reply November 26, 2018 Troy Day obviously oneness was res16-ed as early as 1914 by our AG but doesnt this prove my point that anytime something like this happens our AG cuts res-16-s it and stops growth? Reply November 26, 2018 Joe Absher Quite the read. Thank you. I did the Copy and paste further reference Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply. Cancel reply Comment Name Email Website This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.