This book critically examines the claims of Oneness theology in light of biblical exegesis. Specifically, it affirms the biblical presentation of God existing as three distinct coequal, coeternal, and coexistent Persons or Selves.
This book is a much needed answer to the confusion that surrounds many unsuspecting Christians. -- Dr. Richard M. Fales, Director and editor for the Biblical and American Archaeologist. Professor of Archaeology, Greek, and Apologetics for Cal Pacifi ...Edward Dalcour brings great clarity and insight to the subject of Oneness theology. As he examines the Scriptures, he reveals the truth of the Trinity and accurately disputes the claims that argue against God as three distinct Persons-the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. He expounds the Scriptures with great detail and precision and takes seriously his calling to defend the truth of God's Word. -- David Smith, Senior Pastor, First Baptist Church of Corinth, Texas Edward Dalcour has done the Christian church a great service...With his exegetical skills of the Holy Scriptures, vast knowledge of the topic, and immense passion for the subject, Dalcour clearly demonstrates who the one true God of the Bible is. Every apologetic group, pastor, and Bible teacher ought to have this book and a working knowledge of this subject. -- Timothy D. Oliver, Director, Christian Soldiers Ministries This book is a must read for all Christians! -- Tom Sirotnak, President, SEND Ministries International and Regional Director, Christian Men?s Network The book does reflect a significant amount of thought on the issues at hand...The information presented in the book is both interesting and important for Christian study...For those who do not have time to conduct the exegetical work necessary to refute Oneness claims but who wish to be theologically informed or to discuss the doctrine of the Trinity with theologians in the United Pentecostal tradition, Dalcour has provided a valuable resource. -- John D. Laing, Harvard School for Theological Studies Southwestern Journal Of Theology, Vol. 47 No. 1 Edward Dalcour's work is a much needed contribution to answering the heretical theological claims of the UPCI. I am sure readers will find engaging this scholarly treatise that both documents UPCI beliefs and answers them with clear, concise exegesis of the biblical texts in question. Dalcour's work needs to find a place on the shelves of concerned Christians who are dialoguing with adherents of the UPCI. In the process of digesting Dalcour's work, Christians will find that their Christology has been sharpened and their knowledge of the doctrine of the Trinity deepened. -- Steven Tsoukalas, Executive Director of Sound Doctrine Ministries and Adjunct Faculty, E. Stanley Jones School of World Mission and Evangelism, As