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Old 07-24-2019, 06:09 PM
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Re: Tongues- A sign or THE sign Of Spirit Infillin

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Originally Posted by Apostolic1ness View Post
1. If you are saying only oneness pentecostals as in, only Jesus name baptized filled with the spirit talking in tongues, monotheistic believers in the body of Christ then....yes.

2. Non holy ghost filled, non Jesus name baptized, non monotheist....no not in the body no not saved.
Are we rephrasing the questions here? Just asking.

When discussing the beliefs of others, it helps to remember it’s not your beliefs, nor your commentary that matters... it would be the confession and beliefs of said persons that matter...

So yes, I would agree, if someone rejects the Holy Spirit infilling, rejects the name of Jesus at baptism, and rejects the absolute Monotheism of Christianity, they by definition are not Christians and outside the body of Christ.
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