What makes Apostolic Pentecostals...Apostolic? What separates them from mainstream Christianity? Is it their belief in only one true God, revealed in the person of Jesus Christ? Is it their insistence on the Bible as the ultimate authority? Is it because they insist that being born again is more than a profession of faith? In this book the author provides an introduction to five key doctrines from a distinctly Apostolic perspective: God, Faith, Repentance, Water Baptism and the Gift of the Holy Ghost.
Kelly Nix was born in Lima, Peru, to American missionary parents. He is a dual citizen, speaks three languages and has lived all over North, South and Central America; currently, he resides in San Antonio, Texas, with his family. He holds a Doctorate of Business Administration from California InterContinental University and an MBA from Western Governors University. He also has extensive experience in the corporate and non-profit worlds and currently serves as the founding pastor of Alamo City Apostolic Church, a university professor and the director of the Institute of Conservative Apostolic Theology.