Heresy: Oneness Pentecostalism

(The Dissenter) Oneness Pentecostalism, a growing movement within the broader Pentecostal tradition, has ensnared many in a web of theological errors and heresies. While it might present itself as a vibrant expression of Christian faith, it is, in truth, a radical departure from biblical orthodoxy. This movement, with its roots in early 20th-century revivalism, champions a distorted view of God and Christ that stands condemned according to the clear teachings of Scripture and the historic creeds of the Christian faith.

At the center of Oneness Pentecostalism is the heresy of Modalism, a pernicious doctrine that denies the Trinity. Modalism asserts that God is a single person who manifests Himself in different modes or aspects, rather than being three distinct persons—Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. This heresy is a direct assault on the foundational Christian belief in the Triune God. According to Modalism, the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit are not distinct persons but simply different manifestations of the one God. The early church rightly condemned this view as a heresy because it undermines the distinct personhood and relational nature of the Godhead. View article →


CRN’s homepage contains a list of professing Christians to keep an eye on. Scroll down to WARNING. The list contains many people you’ll want to mark and avoid as per Rom 16:17-18 such as T.D. Jakes.


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