"The Oneness Pentecostals stress that God is absolutely one (Isa 44:6, 8, 24)—that is, one without distinction of persons. There are no distinctions in God’s eternal being, and the Godhead does not consist of three centers of consciousness (as some Trinitarians hold). Moreover, in Jesus dwells all the fullness of the Godhead bodily (Col 2:9)." (Oneness Pentecostal Confession. 9,34. 2007)
This is the Eighth Congress of Apostolic Doctrine for Defenders of the Faith hosted by G. Jorge Medina. At this conference J.N. Anderson discusses "Three Persons In The Baptism of Jesus?" ~ Here he responds to the idea that in the baptism of Jesus revealed a plurality of divine persons, and demonstrates the oneness of God. In this same DVD set he discusses "Revelation for Atheists" ~ Here Anderson responds to some of the popular challenges of Atheism.