Not much to add to the title. Can Spirit-filled Christians be found in non-Unitarian denominations, according to Unitarians?


  • I've never heard a Unitarian claim Non-Unitarians can't be Spirit-filled, but getting sources for this might be tricky ... Nov 18 '21 at 18:36
  • Most Biblical Unitarians probably believe Non-Unitarians make a conceptual error in their Christology (for certain), and are engaging in some form of small-i idolatry in treating Jesus as God instead of God's representative, icon, begotten Son, and King given all authority at the right hand of God. However, I haven't seen them making the same mistake made by the framers of the Athanasian or Nicene Creeds, in trying to claim salvation requires Unitarian beliefs contra, say, Trinitarian ones. But I'm sure those kinds of Biblical Unitarians exist. Nov 18 '21 at 18:43

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