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NEW 4th 2016 Edition-- Revised, Updated, and Expanded of Dr. Edward Dalcour's, Definitive Look at Oneness Theology: In the Light of Biblical Trinitarianism
Adapted from Ph.D.
Thesis from North West
“Dr. Edward Dalcour's work is a much needed contribution to answering the heretical theological claims of the UPCI. I am sure readers will find engaging this scholarly treatise that both documents UPCI beliefs and answers them with clear, concise exegesis of the biblical texts in question. Dalcour's work needs to find a place on the shelves of concerned Christians who are dialoguing with adherents of the UPCI. In the process of digesting Dalcour's work, Christians will find that their Christology has been sharpened and their knowledge of the doctrine of the Trinity deepened."
—Dr. Steven Tsoukalas, Executive Director of Sound Doctrine Ministries and Adjunct Faculty, E. Stanley Jones School of World Mission and Evangelism, Asbury Theological Seminary
"For those who do not have time to conduct the exegetical work necessary to refute Oneness claims but who wish to be theologically informed or to discuss the doctrine of the Trinity with theologians in the United Pentecostal tradition, Dalcour has provided a valuable resource."
—John D. Laing, Professor of Systematic Theology and Philosophy, Southwestern Theological Seminary, Harvard School for Theological Studies (more reviews)
This book critically examines the claims of Oneness theology in light of biblical exegesis. Specifically, it affirms the biblical presentation of the one true God existing as three coequal, coeternal, and coexistent distinct persons--the Father, and the Son (Jesus), and the Holy Spirit. Further, it provides an exegetical refutation to the Oneness theological assertion that God is a non-triune unitarian deity devoid of persons, thus making the claim that Jesus is the Father (and Holy Spirit). As with the previous editions, the 4th edition of A Definitive Look at Oneness Theology contrasts Oneness theology and its claims with biblical theology. The 4th edition contains additional material both textually and historically as well as expanded commentary on particular passages-- Read More
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The Journal for Trinitarian Studies and Apologetics (Volume 1) (CreateSpace Independent Publishing, Jan. 2013)
The Journal for Trinitarian Studies and Apologetics is a theological journal with a focus on the Triune God. For the academic and layperson. This edition is the first of subsequent volumes. The contributing authors of this edition include:
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The False Prophecies of the Watchtower Bible and
Tract Society: Witnessing to the Jehovah’s Witnesses (by
Dr. Edward Dalcour)
An effective witnessing tool that step-by-step dismantles the Watchtower's claim to be "Jehovah's mouth piece" on the earth today ($10.00 + shipping and handling), Also available in e-book (PDF format)
Jehovah's Witnesses and the Resurrection of Jesus Christ,
2nd ed. (by
An advance exegetical study-guide dealing with the Watchtower's denial of the physical resurrection of Jesus Christ ($10.00 + shipping and handling), Also available in e-book--PDF format (*Please Allow 24-48 Hours for PDF to be sent)
The Translational Errors of the Jehovah’s Witnesses' Bible: New World Translation of the Holy Scriptures (by Dr. Edward Dalcour)
An examination of the translational alterations of the NWT (esp. John 1:1; 8:58; Col. 1:16-17; 2:9) ($10.00 + shipping and handling), Also available in e-book--PDF format (*Please Allow 24-48 Hours for PDF to be sent)
King James Version: The New
Testament Textual and Translational Disputations ,
,2nd Edition, Revised and Updated (by Dr. Edward Dalcour)
As with all recognized translations of the Bible, the KJV does indeed communicate the essentials of the gospel of Jesus Christ. However, to claim as “KJV only” advocates do that the KJV is the sole infallible translation by which all others are judged is both illogical and untrue. The Textus Receptus (TR) is based on late inferior manuscripts, which have gone through generations of transcriptions containing numerous textual and scribal errors, which affect the intended meaning of the biblical authors. Unlike late text-types, early text-types such as the Alexandrian are clearly a better representation of the original compositions. Obviously, the less time between an original autograph and a manuscript copy the less likelihood for scribal alterations (unintentional and intentional).
In contrast to the immovable textual tradition of the KJV, modern textual criticism follows a more objective means of determining the original autographs—namely, reasoned eclecticism. Hence, modern Greek texts, which are based chiefly on the earliest witnesses of the New Testament, are clearly more reliable in terms of establishing the text than that of Greek texts based on late Byzantine manuscripts as with TR. Moreover, the numerous textual errors of the TR and translational errors of the KJV are evaded and/or ignored by “KJV only” supporters, not on the basis of objective textual criticism, but rather on the basis of an a priori assumption: the KJV is the ultimate standard by which all translations of the Bible are to be judged. As a result, modern translations are irrationally and uncritically attacked.
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