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'''Modalism''' included several [[heresies]] in the A.D. 100s and 200s which insisted that there is only one person in [[God]], but that God manifests Himself in three different modes or ways:  Father (creator), Son (redeemer) and [[Holy Spirit]] (sanctifier). Modalism continues to this day. One of the most prominent exponents of modalism is T.D. Jakes.
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'''Modalism''' included several [[heresies]] in the A.D. 100s and 200s which insisted that there is only one person in [[God]], but that God manifests Himself in three different modes or ways:  Father (creator), Son (redeemer) and [[Holy Spirit]] (sanctifier). This differs from the [[Trinity|Trinitarian]] view held by the majority of Christians, which teaches that the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit are three distinct Persons, yet one God.
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Modalism continues to this day. One of the most prominent exponents of modalism (though he refuses to admit such) is [[T.D. Jakes]].
  
 
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Latest revision as of 21:21, 22 December 2019

Modalism included several heresies in the A.D. 100s and 200s which insisted that there is only one person in God, but that God manifests Himself in three different modes or ways: Father (creator), Son (redeemer) and Holy Spirit (sanctifier). This differs from the Trinitarian view held by the majority of Christians, which teaches that the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit are three distinct Persons, yet one God.

Modalism continues to this day. One of the most prominent exponents of modalism (though he refuses to admit such) is T.D. Jakes.