In which Christian group is Oneness strong (One God revealed by One Christ revealed in One Gospel in One language)?

  • I do not understand the "one Gospel" idea. Gospel is used in two sense - the good news of salvation, and, the gospel records of the four evangelists of Matthew, Mark, Luke & John. Which of these do you mean? The Bible is written in three different languages, Hebrew, Aramaic and Greek. – Mac's Musings Mar 8 at 7:41
  • I mean only One True Written Gospel – God_Is_Love Mar 10 at 4:02
  • Then do you mean a single one of the existing Gospels? Or, an amalgam of the four? – Mac's Musings Mar 10 at 7:55
  • Only One, even if it's a single harmony gospel. – God_Is_Love Mar 27 at 1:31

The following groups believe in only one God and so are stridently anti-trinitarian and not even Arian nor Binitarian. This is NOT an exhaustive list but tries to include the numerically largest groups. Others may be able to add more.

  • Unitarians
  • Unitarian Universalists
  • Jehovah's Witnesses
  • Judaism
  • Christadelphians
  • Monarchianism
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    Judaism is not a Christian group. – DJClayworth Mar 8 at 14:38
  • True - but I included it for completeness. – Mac's Musings Mar 9 at 8:56
  • I don't know any of these that only accept one written gospel. – curiousdannii Mar 13 at 2:04
  • Correct - I do not know of any who believe one single written gospel either. – Mac's Musings Mar 13 at 2:13

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