I ask this question in all honesty. There was a thread in another forum that had to do with modalism. I asked this question to Brother P4T, and he suggested I start a thread about this. I ask this in the Baptist Forum, knowing that more people peruse here, and therefore, I will probably get a bigger and better response. A few years ago, I was struggling with how to view the Trinity. When I was saved, I saw it as God only, much the same way the Oneness people see it as Jesus only. It was that I had God as One being manifested in three ways, not three distinctive Persons, as I have come to see the Trinity now. A fellow I worked with, he would probably be labelled a modalist, in that he sees the Father, Son, and Holy Ghost, as three entirely different Persons, and that God is God, Jesus is the Son of God, therefore not God, just His Son, and the Holy Ghost as the Holy Ghost, and not God. He stated that God saves, and that Jesus doesn't. From his approach, He is limiting Jesus' power to a certain extent, I think. So, does God or Jesus save? I think it is Jesus, in that He stated that all the Father gives me to, will come unto me, and I will raise him up on the last day. Doesn't this sound like Jesus' work in saving people? I really want y'alls responses to this thread. Thanks again in advance!!!