Bibliography

Last Updated: April 9, 2017

This page lists ALL bibliographical entries alphabetically. To find a source more quickly, try using Ctrl+F.

This is not intended to be an exhaustive bibliography. The focus is on resources for and against the Oneness of God and Oneness Pentecostal soteriology.

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Abbreviations:

  1. —. Used as a shorthand to avoid writing the name of authors multiple times. To see which author(s) a source using this abbreviation belongs to, simply see which author(s) it falls under.
  2. et. al. When a work has multiple contributors or many authors, usually only a single name (or two) is used in addition to the abbreviation “et. al.” This simply means “and others.”
  3. ed./eds. Indicates that the author(s) listed are editor(s) of the work listed.
  4. Ibid. This is used in footnotes rather than in the bibliography. When this abbreviation is used in a footnote, it means that the cited source material is the same as the one listed above.

Bernard, David K. and J.L. Hall, eds. Doctrines of the Bible. Hazelwood: Word Aflame Press, 2010.

Bernard, David K. A History of Christian Doctrine, Volume One: The Post-Apostolic Age to the Middle Ages, A.D. 100, 1500Hazelwood: Word Aflame Press, 2001.

—. A History of Christian Doctrine, Volume Two: The Reformation to the Holiness Movement, A.D. 1500-1900Hazelwood: Word Aflame Press, 1996.

—. A History of Christian Doctrine, Volume Three: The Twentieth Century, A.D. 1900-2000Hazelwood: Word Aflame Press, 2003.

—. Essentials of Oneness Theology. Hazelwood: Word Aflame Press, 2000.

—. Essentials of the New BirthHazelwood: Word Aflame Press, 2000.

—. In the Name of JesusHazelwood: Word Aflame Press, 1998.

—. Justification and the Holy Spirit. Hazelwood: Word Aflame Press, 2007.

—. Oneness and Trinity, A.D. 100-300. Hazelwood: Word Aflame Press, 1998.

—. “Oneness Christology.” In Symposium on Oneness Pentecostalism, 1986, ch. 6 (Kindle edition). St. Louis: Word Aflame Press, 1986. 

—. The Glory of God in the Face of Jesus Christ: Deification of Jesus in Early Christian Discourse. Blandford Forum: Deo Publishing, 2016.

—. The New Birth. Hazelwood: Word Aflame Press, 1997.

—. The Oneness of God. Hazelwood: Word Aflame Press, 2000.

—. The Oneness View of Jesus Christ. Hazelwood: Word Aflame Press, 1994.

—. The Trinitarian Controversy In the Fourth Century. Hazelwood: Word Aflame Press, 1996.

Boyd, Gregory A. Oneness Pentecostals and the Trinity. Grand Rapids: Baker Book House, 2000.

Burgos, Michael R., Jr. Against Oneness Pentecostalism: An Exegetical-Theological Critique1st ed. Winchester: Church Militant Publications, 2016.

—. Kiss the Son: A Christological Apology in Response to David K. Bernard’s “The Oneness of God.” N.p.: Biblical Press, 2012.

Crowe, Brandon D., and Carl Trueman, eds. The Essential Trinity: New testament Foundations and Practical Relevance. Philipsburg: Inter-Varsity Press, 2017.

Davidson, Glen. The Development of the Trinity: The Evolution of a “New Doctrine.” Hazelwood: Pentecostal Publishing House, 2012.

Dalcour, Edward L. A Definitive Look at Oneness Theology in the Light of Biblical Trinitarianism, 4th ed. Potchefstroom, South Africa: North-West University, 2016.

Fudge, Thomas A. Christianity with the Cross: A History of Salvation in Oneness PentecostalismParkland: Universal Publishers, 2003.

Graves, Robert Brent. The God of Two Testaments. Hazelwood: Word Aflame Press, 2000.

Morris, Thomas V. Anselmian Explorations: Essays in Philosophical Theology. Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, 1987.

—. The Logic of God Incarnate. Eugene: Wipf and Stock Publishers, 2001. (Reprint of Ithica: Cornell University Press, 1986.)

Naselli, Andrew David and Philip R. Gons. “Prooftexting the Personality of the Holy Spirit: An Analysis of the Masculine Demonstrative Pronouns in John 14:26, 15:26, and 16:13-14.” DBSJ 16 (2001): 63-89.

Norris, David S. I AM: A Oneness Pentecostal TheologyHazelwood: Word Aflame Press, 2009.

Segraves, Daniel L. “Elohim and the Plural Passages.” Symposium on Oneness Pentecostalism1996. Accessed April 9, 2017. http://altupc.com/altupc/articles/elohimpl.htm

—. Hebrews: Better Things. Apostolic Bible Commentary. Hazelwood: Word Aflame Press, 1997.

—. “Matthew 28:19 and Granville Sharp’s Sixth Rule.” Center for Oneness Research and Education, February 27, 2009. Access April 9, 2017. http://danielsegraves.blogspot.com/2009/02/matthew-2819-and-granville-sharps-sixth_27.html

—. Reading Between the Lines: Discovering Christ in the Old TestamentHazelwood: Word Aflame Press Academic, 2008.

—. “Thoughts on John 17:5.” Center for Oneness Research and Education, August 1, 2008. Accessed April 9, 2017. http://danielsegraves.blogspot.com/2008/08/thoughts-on-john-175.html

Servetus, Michael. The Two Treatises of Servetus on the Trinity. Translated by Earl Morse Wilbur. Eugene: Wipf and Stock, 2013.

Treece, Marvin D. “The Oneness Exposition of John 1:1-14.” In Symposium on Oneness Pentecostalism, 1986ch. 9 (Kindle edition). St. Louis: Word Aflame Press, 1986.

United Pentecostal Church International, comp. Symposium on Oneness Pentecostalism1986. St. Louis: Word Aflame Press, 1986.

Wallace, Daniel B. “Greek Grammar and the Personality of the Holy Spirit.” Bulletin for Biblical Research 13.1 (2003): 97-125.

White, James R. The Forgotten TrinityMinneapolis: Bethany House Publishers, 1998.


The bibliography is an ongoing project. If you have any general suggestions, or if there are materials that you think should be listed but aren’t, please let me know.