Joel Hemphill talks about his present day One God understanding and contrasts it with his former Oneness Pentecostal view of God and also with the Trinitarian idea that the one God is “three” rather than “one.” Hemphill tells his audience that both Oneness and Trinitarian perspectives are lacking according to the Scriptures.
About the Author: Joel Hemphill
Joel Hemphill has traveled extensively singing, and preaching the word of God. He has written more than 350 songs including the gospel music classics "Consider the Lilies," "He's still working on me," "Master of the Wind" and a number of other well-known favorites. The Hemphills recorded some 27 albums and had numerous No. 1 and Top 10 songs. Joel was inducted into the Southern Gospel Music Hall of Fame on October 11, 2007. Led of God, Joel Hemphill came to more understanding about the One God of the Bible. In 2005 he wrote a book about his journey of faith entitled “To God be the Glory.” Since that time, he has written three other books on One God issues and traveled extensively speaking about the understanding that the Father is the only true God and that Jesus is the Christ, God’s Messiah.