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- its inspiration;
- the twofoldness of divine truth; and
- the insufficiency of creeds in articulating the fullness of the divine revelation in the Bible.
The TRIUNE GOD/TRINITY:
- The coexistence, coinherence, and co-working of the Father, the Son, and the Spirit;
- The problems associated with the word “persons” in describing the Three of the Godhead;
- The Son being called the Eternal Father in Isaiah 9:6;
- Christ being identified as the Spirit in 1 Corinthians 15:45 and 2 Corinthians 3:17; and
- Heresies concerning the Trinity, including modalism (Sabellianism), patripassianism, and tritheism.
The PERSON OF CHRIST:
- His two natures—divine and human;
- God becoming man through incarnation; and
- The mingling of God and man in the Person of Christ.
MAN being tripartite, consisting of body, soul, and spirit according to 1 Thessalonians 5:23;
God’s SALVATION in the life of Christ (Romans 5:10) through the subjective experience of Christ, including the renewing of the mind, resulting in the believers’ deification through their becoming partakers of the divine nature (2 Peter 1:4).
The CHURCH as the one unique Body of Christ with a practical local expression of that oneness.
The deviation of organized CHRISTIANITY from the biblical revelation and the need of recovery of the subjective experience of Christ, of the functioning of all the members of the Body of Christ, and of the practical oneness of the believers.
The PRACTICES of calling on the name of the Lord, pray-reading the Word of God, and prophesying for the believers’ growth in life and the building up of the Body of Christ.