The Oneness Pentecostal Movement In The Twentieth And Twenty-First Centuries (eBook)
de Joseph M. Streeval
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Since its early beginnings, the Pentecostal Church has been diverse and even paradoxical, and this diversity in belief and in practice persists in the church today. The Oneness movement within the church, a movement based on the belief that God is absolutely and indivisibly one person, has for the last thirty years been reshaped by a tectonic shift in the movements stance on church dogma and church standards. The Pentecostal Oneness Movement in the Twentieth and Twenty-First Centuries provides a comprehensive introduction to the Oneness movement and the challenges it had to overcome. These challenges include struggles within the organization, divisiveness, racism, and doctrinal differences. Author Joseph M. Streeval also explores the influence of key leaders within the early Oneness movement, the movements current organizational culture, and the future and direction of the Oneness movement today. God has never changed; neither have His methods changed.