A response I gave to a confused Oneness Pentecostal that has been trying to defend his position of Modalism and now tries to defend what he believes he needed was an experience. JWFREGIA writes: You are absolutely right. It was a horrible life growing up in a “trinitarian” baptist “church” and feeling the call of … Continue reading When We Fail in Teaching Theology
Below is a comment that was submitted to me by a member of the Apostolic Church. A heretical church who denies the Trinity, believes in being baptized in the "name of Jesus" is the only correct way, and believes that speaking in angelic utterances is evidence of the Holy Ghost therefore evidence that you are … Continue reading What’s in the Name?
If you are short on time fast forward to the time marked 9:45. That's really where Clifton LeJeune starts his part of this video. The other 2 aren't of concern because at the head of this whole "project" is Clifton LeJeune. Listen to him and notice the point of what he has said "Love God". … Continue reading Clifton LeJeune Confuses Law with Gospel
The other day I received a message from a supporter of Clifton LeJeune (A modalist preacher in Louisiana who denies the Trinity, says you must speak in tongues as evidence of your salvation and you must be baptized in the name of Jesus by immersion in order to be saved). Generally, I respond to these … Continue reading The Modalist Challenge
Speaking with a Modalist (Those who reject the doctrine of the Trinity) over the Gospel they gave me an interesting illustration. It follows: Take for example, you are in your house with your wife and your son. Some men barge into the house and say "If you want your wife to live, your son will … Continue reading Modalism’s Big Failure
It wasn't too long ago I had an interesting discussion with Clifton LeJeune. He's a pastor at a church in Louisiana called Jesus Worship Center click here for website. I noticed on his church's website there was no statement of faith, no beliefs or anything. This is always suspect to me. I would never recommend attending … Continue reading The Heresy of Oneness