What would Paul and Peter think about the UPCI?

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Jim Powell [02/19/2016 10:20 PM]
They would reject it because of the UPC’s rejection of the foundational doctrine of the trinity.

Brody Pope [02/19/2016 11:58 PM]
I asked this sometime last year.

Brody Pope [02/20/2016 12:00 AM]
And I believe they would facepalm and shake their heads.

Michael Marquez [02/20/2016 12:53 AM]
Agreed. They would denounce it because the Modern Day Oneness Theology is a strange blend of Arianism and Dynamic Monarchianism coupled with Baptismal Regeneration.

John Ruffle [02/20/2016 1:30 AM]
They might well denounce the whole lot of us!

John Kissinger [02/20/2016 6:26 AM]
Jim Powell the doctrine of Trinity was not foundational in the sense of mandatory for early Pentecostals or even Holiness movement until AG organized in 1914, as we just recently discussed with Charles Page and Jim Price in the sense that they were all in a doctrinal search to define their beliefs at that time

Troy Day [02/20/2016 8:34 AM]
Nothing. Nothing. Absolutely nothing. Nothing is…

Michael Marquez [02/20/2016 9:43 AM]
Early Pentecostals (1902 forward) were Trinitarian in belief. Even in 1910 they were still Trinitarian in belief even though some were baptizing in the Name of Jesus. The Trinity was not even an issue till the “revelation” of 1913 by John G. Scheppe in which he claims there is only one person in the Godhead. This belief ran wild as it seemed to exalt Jesus even more… well in their minds anyway. Some Pentecostals allowed ONE MAN’s revelation to change a core theological belief. This is what happens when “revelations from God” are not tested. I don’t get into Heavy Revies. I believe in the Prophetic not the Pathetic. Prophesying but not Prophelying.

John Kissinger [02/20/2016 12:51 PM]

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