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Is non-trinitarian Pentecostalism a valid form of the movement?

  • Non-tinitarian Pentecostalism is a valid form of the movement.

    Non-tinitarian Pentecostalism is a valid form of the movement. The Pentecostal movement is devided in two major branches, trinitarian and non-trinitarian branches. Both of the branches of Pentecostalism are valid forms of the movement. The only difference is that the non-trinitarian branches do not believe in the holy trinity concept of God, but otherwise promote the Pentecostal movement of religious revival through the Holy Spirit.

  • Yes it is

    Yes, this is a valid form of movement, at least in their minds. If they want to go and try to spread their religion like they are doing, then it is perfectly fine. They are making a large movement to try to spread their ideas and get people to want them.

  • Non Trinitarian Pentecostalism

    I personally think that the non-trinitarian Pentecostals are a valid form of the movement, because there were some early disputes within the Pentecostal church over the doctrine that surrounds the Trinity. Pentecostals are not governed by any central authority that dictates doctrine, so if some Pentecostals want to believe differently, they are still a valid part of the movement.

  • The movement is divided.

    Yes, the non-trinitarian Pentecostals are a valid form of the movement, because there were some early disputes within the Pentecostal church over the doctrine that surrounds the Trinity. Pentecostals are not governed by any central authority that dictates doctrine, so if some Pentecostals want to believe differently, they are still a valid part of the movement.

  • Yes it is.

    Non-trinitarian Pentecostalism is a valid form of the movement. All people approach things differently, so if someone wants to have a movement take the form of Non-trinitarian Pentecostalism, then they have the right to. That makes Non-trinitarian Pentecostalism valid for some people even if the majority does not agree with it.

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