Answers To Important Questions That Make GAAAP Unique.
GAAAP is admittedly unique among affirming churches in that we are theologically conservative. While many others drift with the liberal culture toward relativism, Universalism, doctrinal pragmatism and a host of other dangerous "isms," GAAAP holds firmly to our Bible based Holiness, Evangelical, Pentecostal and Apostolic roots. We are also unique among maintream Christianity because we are affirming of people regardless of sexual orientation. GAAAP is addressing this important issue of our day with God's truth and scientific advancements, both of which are shedding more and more light on what has been a very dark path for many sincere seekers and believers. As Affirming, Oneness believers, we seek to bridge falsehood with truth in hopes of "Taking One Name To All People."
What is the difference between Oneness belief and Trinitarianism?
Why do you baptize in the Name of Jesus and not the Father, Son and Holy Ghost?
Why do you stress the importance of receiving the Baptism of the Holy Spirit?
Is the Bible the Word of God or does it just "contain it?"
Is the cross essential and what about Universalism?
How can you believe sexual orientation has no bearing on salvation?