Born again christian dating sites kenya
However, Hancock also began to deviate from the Oneness position, proclaiming an adoptionist Christology that seemed to make the Son less than the Father, less than the true God.
The division was caused primarily by a leadership struggle.
After the UPCI, the best-known predominately white group in the U. is the Assemblies of the Lord Jesus Christ (48,500).
Another group with roots in the PAW is the United Church of Jesus Christ (Apostolic)(32,300). The largest group is the Apostolic Assembly of the Faith in Christ Jesus (116,700); it is the largest Hispanic Pentecostal church of any kind in the U. Many Hispanic min104 Oneness Pentecostal Organizationsisters were part of the early PAW, but when the split along racial lines occurred in 1924, most of the Hispanics left. The organization has since rejected this doctrine, however. In 1926 they chose their name and elected Antonio Nava as president. In 1925 they formed their own association to focus on ministry in Spanish.
Bernard Cover Design by Paul Povolni ©1999 David K. Printed in United States of America Printed by Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Bernard, David K., 1956 A history of Christian doctrine / by David K. Another predominantly white group is the Church of Jesus Christ (37,000), a conservative, loose-knit fellowship of formerly independent ministers. Kidson, a prominent United Pentecostal minister, led this split in 1954.
It was formed in 1952 as a merger of three small Oneness groups, which in turn had originated with the departure of whites from the PAW in 1924.