Oneness Pentecostal Creed : Jason Dulle, M.A.

I believe in one God, eternal and almighty, creator of heaven and earth, who is one in essence, and one in person and who for us became one of us, and yet remained God.

I believe in Jesus Christ, the image of the invisible God who was conceived by the Holy Spirit, born of the virgin Mary, and descended from David, being both true God and true man.

Who was crucified under Pontius Pilate, died for our sins, was buried, and rose again the third day, who ascended to heaven, from whence He’ll return in glory to judge the world, raise the dead, and inaugurate a kingdom without end.

I believe in salvation through Christ alone, by grace through faith, and evidenced by good works. I believe in repentance from sin, baptism in Jesus’ name, and regeneration of the Spirit. Amen.


Oneness Pentecostal Affirmation on Salvation:

Salvation is by grace through faith based on the atoning sacrifice of Jesus Christ; that obedience to the gospel is an integral part of saving faith; that repentance, water baptism, and the baptism in the Holy Spirit are integral aspects of conversion/initiation; and that speaking in tongues is the initial physical evidence of the baptism in the Holy Spirit. In this way, tongues are vitally connected to the experience of salvation, yet tongues do not have saving efficacy. Speaking in tongues is not a condition that we must fulfill, but a work of God in us according to His will. The goal is not to seek tongues in and of themselves, but to seek a relationship of faith with Jesus Christ and to be filled with the Holy Spirit. 

For Oneness Pentecostals, the gospel is the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus Christ (1 Cor 15:1-4), and people believe and obey the gospel by dying to sin in repentance, being buried with Jesus Christ in water baptism, and receiving resurrection life through the Holy Spirit (Acts 2:37-38; Rom 6:1-4). Moreover, Oneness Pentecostals expect believers to speak in tongues as a sign of receiving the Holy Spirit (Acts 2:4). The apostles identified this sign as the fulfillment of the prophecy of Joel (Acts 2:16-17, 33), and the early church accepted this sign as evidence that believers were filled with the Holy Spirit (Acts 10:44-48; 11:15-17; 19:6).

Adversus Trinitas

"...unless you believe that I am he you will die in your sins." (John 8:24 ESV)