theology May 20, 2018 Do we really understands what Pentecostal Theology is? Posted by James Hail in Facebook's Pentecostal Theology Group View the Original Post I am curious if this group understands what Pentecostal Theology is? pentecostaltheologyunderstands Previous articleWhat is the average length of a PENTECOSTAL SERMON? Next articleA serious rebuke to #Evangelicals supporting #TRUMP Large numbers of… 10 Comments Reply December 3, 2017 Troy Day Please DO enlighten us #INexpectation Reply December 3, 2017 Ricky Grimsley Lol Reply December 3, 2017 Street Preacherz I think it’s where they talk about God and call on Jesus and pray in tongues. As the Spirit gives the utterance. Reply December 3, 2017 Street Preacherz And turn from sin. Have you turned from sin? Oh my goodness Ed Gein just got on the bus… Talk later Reply December 3, 2017 James Hail There are differences between Apostolic, Oneness, Trinitarian, etc. I see many similarities too. Water baptism by immersion, active spiritual gifts, speaking in tongues, divine healing, etc. Reply December 3, 2017 Ricky Grimsley It usually just ends with reasonable people making biblical points and less reasonable people quoting from the early church fathers and speculating about their thoughts to refute the reasonable thoughts. Reply December 3, 2017 Derrick Harmon Yes. Reply December 3, 2017 Brody Pope Theology pertaining to Pentecostalism. Reply December 3, 2017 Patrick Matthews I’m tying to figure out this question. 1-arrogant stating that people don’t know. 2- stating maybe this group needs correction about the subject. 3-maybe he is sincere and just stated the question wrong. Correct saying would be in a nice way…- I am wondering what most people here say Pentecostal Theology is. 4- just misunderstood by most people here. Not meant to be offensive. 🤔🤔🤔 Reply December 3, 2017 Tommy Comer Honestly, I’m mostly here to see if there might be the chance catch of pneumatology, soteriology, or any other branch of theology (those two top of list). It doesn’t have to be Pentecostal specifically, but there weren’t very many options for the more charismatic groups, and I figured there’s no reason to be biased. Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply. Cancel replyComment Name Email Website This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.