Oneness Pentecostalism

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Oneness Pentecostalism (often pejoratively referred to as the “Jesus only” movement in its early days and also known as Apostolic or Jesus' Name Pentecostalism[1]) refers to a grouping of denominations and believers within Pentecostal Christianity, all of whom subscribe to the nontrinitarian theological doctrine of Oneness, which is similar to Sabellianism (also referred to as modalism, modalistic monarchianism, modal monarchism, or Patripassianism). Most people believe this movement first emerged in America around 1914 as the result of doctrinal disputes within the nascent Pentecostal movement and claims an estimated 24 million adherents today, but elements of church following the Apostolic doctrine predate Protestants and the Roman Catholic Church itself.[2] For a list of denominations in this movement, see List of Christian denominations.

Veivutuni[Veisautaki | edit source]

Na vakabauta ni Duabau Vakapenitiko e vakadeitaka ni sega ni rawa na bula (salvation) kevaka e sega na veivutuni. E dina ga ni tiki tiko ni kena veivutunitaki nai valavala ca e "vakavuna na kalou kina loma ni tamata" (II Koro. 7:10), sa koto talega na nona i tavi yadua na tamata me vakaiotaka na nona vinakakata me veisau na lomana kei na nona vakasama vua na Kalou kei na nona vosa. Sa i koya oqo na vuna e ra namaka kina o ira na okati ena vakabauta ni Duabau Vakapenitiko na kena veisau taucoko na bula ki vei ira era sa vakagadreva me ra mai Lotu-vakarisito.

Water baptism[Veisautaki | edit source]

E vuqa na veisoqosoqo lotu Duabau Vakapenitiko era vakabauta na bibi ni veipapitaisotaki ena wai me rawa kina na bula, ka sega ni vakaraitaki se i yaloyalo walega e tautaku, ka baleta ni ra vakabauta talega ni dodonu me taumada na nona vakabauta e dua na tamata ka me veivutuni ni bera ni qai papitaisotaki, na nodra papitaisotaki na gone dramidrami kei ira era vakasaurarataki e sega ciqomi.[3][4][5]

References[Veisautaki | edit source]

  1. Vinson Synan, The Century of the Holy Spirit: 100 Years of Pentecostal and Charismatic Renewal, 1901–2001 (Nashville: Thomas Nelson Publishers, 2001), p.141.
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  3. Church of our Lord Jesus Christ Statement of Faith
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  5. United Pentecostal Church International - Our Doctrinal Foundation - New Testament Salvation [1]

External links[Veisautaki | edit source]

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Na veivola ena na mona livaliva (Websites) ka tokoni kina na Duabau Vakapenitiko (Oneness Pentecostalism)