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By David K. Bernard

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Although he died a little over one year before its emergence, he set the stage for Oneness Pentecostal theology in several important ways: 1. He taught that we can receive all the benefits of the Atonement by repentance and faith, without waiting for a subsequent experience. While he retained the idea of two experiences (conversion and Spirit baptism), he acknowledged that when there is full scriptural understanding and faith we can expect the baptism of the Spirit to come immediately. 2. While some Pentecostals during and after his day sought to modify the distinctive doctrine of the Holy Ghost baptism, Durham staunchly affirmed the original teaching of Parham and Seymour that receiving the Holy Ghost is necessary to enter into the New Testament church and that speaking in tongues is the initial evidence.

Durham became convinced that this experience was genuine. In early 1907 he visited the Azusa Street revival in Los Angeles and received the Holy Ghost on March 2. 41 First, the baptism of the Holy Ghost was different from the experiences that he had identified as conversion and sanctification. ” Second, he realized that he could not simply “claim” the baptism of the Holy Ghost as did the Holiness people who equated it with entire sanctification. “I could not kneel at the altar, and claim the Holy Ghost and go away.

As said above, people become members of Christ’s true, holy, spiritual Church when they are born of the Spirit and filled with the Spirit, as this is the only normal Scriptural experience. 50 The Finished Work Controversy Durham saw Acts 2:38 as the paradigm for New Testament salvation. He quoted this verse on the masthead of his Pentecostal Testimony. In a widely distributed tract entitled Salvation in Christ for All, he wrote: If the Bible teaches anything it is that salvation is by grace through faith.

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