What does the Church of God believe in?
COGIC is a trinitarian Holiness Pentecostal denomination. The church teaches three separate and distinct works of grace that God performs in the life of believers: salvation, entire sanctification, and the baptism or infilling of the Holy Ghost.
What type of religion is the Church of God?
Church of God in Christ, predominantly African American Pentecostal church that originated in the United States as an outgrowth of the Holiness movement. The date and place of the groups establishment is disputed between two member bodies, but the founding role of a dynamic preacher named Charles H.
What do Protestants believe about God?
Protestants who adhere to the Nicene Creed believe in three persons (God the Father, God the Son, and the God the Holy Spirit) as one God. Movements emerging around the time of the Protestant Reformation, but not a part of Protestantism, e.g. Unitarianism also reject the Trinity.
What is the meaning of Pentecostal?
(Entry 1 of 2) 1 : of, relating to, or suggesting Pentecost. 2 : of, relating to, or constituting any of various Christian religious bodies that emphasize individual experiences of grace, spiritual gifts (such as glossolalia and faith healing), expressive worship, and evangelism.