Debates on Oneness Pentecostal Theology

Last Updated: April 10, 2017

The debates that focus on Oneness Pentecostal theology center around two issues: the Doctrine of God (Theology Proper) and the Doctrine of Salvation.

In the first category, the discussion centers around whether the Oneness view of God is correct, or if the Trinity is correct. In the second, debates normally center around the necessary conditions of salvation on Oneness theology, which are speaking in tongues as the initial evidence of receiving the Holy Spirit, and baptism by immersion.

In every debate I have listed the name of the Oneness Pentecostal debater first. As much as possible I’ve linked to other websites where these are posted. In some cases I can only link to where you can purchase the audio. I’ve provided my own links when the audio can no longer be found elsewhere (to my knowledge) or when the audio comes from outdated websites that are difficult to locate.

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* Indicates a debate I highly recommend.
† Indicates individual is deceased (if known).

Oneness vs. Trinity

James N. Anderson vs. Michael R. Burgos, Jr. (Part 1, Part 2)
David K. Bernard vs. Gene Cook
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Bernard vs. Eugene Carpenter†*
—Bernard & J.L. Hall vs. Ed Havaich & Robert Morey (Part 1, Part 2)
Bernard vs. James White

Manuel Culwell vs. James White (SermonAudio, YouTube)
Nathan Dudley vs. Edward Dalcour

Roger Perkins vs. James White
Gordon Magee† vs. W.L. Toddy (Full Transcript by a Oneness author.) — Note: The audio for this debate is fragmentary.

Robert Sabin† vs. Robert M. Bowman, Jr. (Part 1, Part 2)*
Sabin & Nathaniel Urshan† vs. E. Calvin Beisner & Walter Martin†
—Sabin vs. James White (Part 1, Part 2) (Full Audio)*

Steven Ritchie vs. Michael R. Burgos, Jr.*

Salvation

David K. Bernard vs. Robert Morey (Note: They also discuss Oneness.)
—Bernard & J.L. Hall† vs. Robert Morey & Ed Havaich (Part 1, Part 2)
Bernard vs. White

Steven Ritchie vs. Richard Bushey


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