With God’s grace we train to become like Jesus and grow in him so we can be his expression of love here and now. We become the kind of good we want to see in the world…the gospel should include a call to transformation in the present. (pg. 196) True Story, James Choung
Oneness Pentecostals, who today comprise roughly one-fourth of all Pentecostals and are also known as “Jesus’ Name” Pentecostals, represent the most radical theological departure of any Pentecostal group. Essentially, these churches teach a unitarianism of the Son that denies the traditional doctrine of the Trinity and claims that Jesus is Father, Son, and Holy Spirit….
The relation of the Church to Christ is not ‘like’ that of a man’s body to the man himself. It IS that of Christ’s body to the Lord Himself.” pg. 28 Simon Chan
He who has not the Church for his mother, has not God for his Father. Cyprian
God created the world in order that he might enter into a covenant relationship with humankind. Simon Chan