Question: What is the traditional and scholarly accepted view, according to Pentecostalism stated teachings, on losing salvation.
For example, is it the traditional Pentecostal view that if a genuine believer, being mature, having been a Christian for many years, and serving faithfully in the Church, is caught in weakness and commits adultery, who afterwards immediately dies, having been given no time to confess of sin, in a car accident, he will go to hell?
Is there today a Pentecostal statement of faith on this subject?
What was the view of the early Asuza Street ministers when Pentecostalism began?
Also, any websites on the subject would be appreciated. Thanks!