Apostolic Review is a community of Oneness Apostolics who share a common passion for the Bible, books, and theology. We exist to bring Apostolics together for the purpose of inspiring biblical literacy and theological development. Our intention is to support a community of readers, writers, speakers and thinkers who inspire spiritual, theological and intellectual growth through engaging and edifying content.


Our primary focus is providing reviews for books, blogs, and Podcasts from an Apostolic perspective. We also write theological and political articles, and foster theological discussion through our social feeds, podcast, and theology rooms. We also serve the Apostolic community by providing a hub for Apostolic authors, thinkers and pod-casters to share their ministries.



Pastor Daniel Bracamonte is the Founder of the Apostolic Review and serves as the General Editor. He holds a B.A. in Biblical and Theological Studies at Regent University, and is currently completing an MTS from Regent School of Divinity. He regularly writes articles on theology, missiology, and politics. Pastor Bracamonte has over 20 years of ministerial experience, and for the last 10 years has served as Pastor of Word of Life Apostolic Church in Missoula, MT. He is married to his wife and soul mate Aimee Bracamonte, they along with their two children live in Alberton, MT.


Pastor Antonio Manshino, AKA “The Book Mentor” serves as an associate editor, and resident book expert for the Apostolic Review. He is also known as the builder of minister’s libraries. His pastoral ministry began in 1998 in Quispamsis, NB. In 2005 Pastor Manshino moved to Pittsburgh, PA and begin his current pastorate at Calvary Apostolic Church. He has been married for 32 years to his wife Lorraine, they have 2 daughters: Shauna who is married to James McGhee, and Adena who is married to Caleb Beebe. He also has 5 of “the best grandchildren.” Pastor Manshino is ordained in the UPCI.


Dr. Jackson holds a B.S. in Biology and Chemistry from Union University, and holds a Diploma in Theology from Oxford in England. He is a bi-vocational pastor who maintains a private practice in medicine. He has over 30 years of ministerial experience, which includes serving as an associate missionary in Great Britain, international missions, and ministry teams in the Memphis metro area. His writing experience includes authoring a national column on the intersection of spirituality and health for the Pentecostal Herald magazine, and co-authored a book on “The Apostolic Family.” He is also a frequent lecturer at Urshan Graduate School of Theology. He currently serves as the Pastor of Arlington United Pentecostal Church in Arlington, TN. He and his wife Jana and their three children live in Memphis, TN.