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Ten True/Real Christian Beliefs.

What are ten beliefs that real or true Christians must hold?

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MarkV: As usual, you have not answered any of my questions, but have taken a detour on Irrelevant Street. I'll try again.

I agree with you that the Bible does not command the keeping of Saturday or Sunday. Do you agree so far? It does command the keeping of the seventh-day Sabbath. Do you agree so far? Sabbath is the day between the sixth-day Crucifixion and the first-day Resurrection. Still with me? Go research which day of the week that was 2000 years ago, and get back to me.
---jerry6593 on 4/30/12


Jerry, wishful thinking. I know you are upset, but be upset at yourself. You cannot back up what you say. It is not my fault your believes are off track. I didn't write them down, E.White did when running the Second Day Adventist. Blame her. You need to read what God says.
---Mark_V. on 4/29/12


MarkV: "Saturday is a written Law."

Wow! Did you just admit that Saturday is the seventh-day Sabbath found in God's Ten Commandment Law? Halleleujah!


---jerry6593 on 4/29/12


Jerry, I do remember the Sabbath everyday. Jesus is my Sabbath everyday. So I do keep Him, He is my rest. I do not keep Saturday, for Saturday is a written Law. I keep the Spirit of the Law.
You want to keep Saturday, no one is stopping you. You are free to do what your heart desires to do.
---Mark_V. on 4/28/12


Atheist,
1. Christ is the son of God
2. He died so that we might have everlasting life through HIM.
3. That I love Christ/God above all things
4. That I love you as God says to love you even if you do not love me.

That is all I need to say. I love you athiest even if you don't believe what I say about God is true. i pray that one day you will look out your window and realize that God is real and he loves you too!
---ginger on 4/26/12




MarkV: "No matter what any denomination believes, there is only one Truth, The word of God....."

Wow! You could be an SDA writing like that. Too bad you don't believe the Bible when Jesus wrote "Remember the Sabbath day to keep it holy..."


---jerry6593 on 4/26/12


No matter what any denomination believes, there is only one Truth, The word of God. It is the perfect measure of divine instructions. It has God as its Author, salvation for its end, and truth, without any mixture of error. It reveals the principles by which God judges us, and therefore remains to the end of the world. It is the true center of Christian union. And most of all it is the supreme standard by which all human conduct, creeds, and religious opinions should be tried. Many denominations do not follow the Truth. The reason for much apostasy in the Church. If only half of those who claim to be Christian were Christians, then they are still in infancy and have not matured. The reason for this failure is their lack of study in the Truth.
---Mark_V. on 4/25/12


You wont get the same answers from anyone, atheist, because there are more than 10 Christian denominations and a few those will claim that everyone not of their full system of beliefs is not saved.

I would guess that we each have these in common

1. Jesus Christ is the physical manifestation of our invisible God who came in the flesh
2. He shed his blood and died for the sins of the whole world and rose again
3. If you put your trust in Him, his Spirit comes to live within you to change you into the image of Christ, who is perfect love.
4. Just as it raised Him, the Spirit will raise us from the dead to eternal life with God
---Blogger9680 on 4/24/12


Scott 1, sorry but both views are not correct. One view "under the written letter of the law" are those who are still condemned. They are under the Law that is written, and they cannot keep the whole law perfect. That is why there is no salvation under the law.
The other view "they are under the Spirit of the Law" Christ has kept the law perfect for them as a substitute. This people are saved by the grace of God through faith in the perfect works of Christ on the Cross.
---Mark_V. on 4/24/12


Scott1: Thanks for the insight.


---jerry6593 on 4/24/12




Scott, I appreciate what you are saying but they are not the same.

Jerry is emphasizing stone tablets when they have passed away.

It is the heart that God deals with now. Jerry says we need to physically see the 10 to be able to obey.
I say that I have the Spirit of Christ in me that helps me obey.
Which is what Christ said? That HE is the way the truth and the life. We no longer need to look at stone tablets to know what is right and wrong. We have Christ in us to tell the truth. Why, because those stone tablets were never enough!
---ginger on 4/24/12


Jerry, Ginger, MarkV you are arguing the same point. The only difference is that Ginger and Mark follow the heart which God (Holy Spirit) has written right and wrong on the hearts on man.
Jerry follows the Law written by God (Holy Spirit) of right and wrong in the OT.
Both views are correct Jerry emphasis is on Roman 7:7-25 more than Mark or Ginger.
---Scott1 on 4/23/12


Jerry, it is the Holy Spirit who inspired the writers to write what they did. How can He contradict Himself? The natural man cannot hear spiritual truths. They follow the written letter of the law and fail. No one can keep it, so no one can be saved by the letter of the Law.
"The message of the cross is foolishness to those who are perishing, but to us who are been saved it is the power of God"
And what does God have to say to those who think they are wise by trying to keep the written letter of the Law?
"I will destroy the wisdom of the wise, And bring to nothing the understanding of the prudent" (1 Cor. 1:18,19).
---Mark_V. on 4/23/12


MarkV: "Jerry, you completely ignore the indwelling of the Spirit in the new believers."

Not so! Unlike you, I understand that the Holy Spirit will NEVER contradict the Word of God. That is the singular test by which the veracity of the spirit is measured.

Isa 8:20 To the law and to the testimony: if they speak not according to this word, it is because there is no light in them


---jerry6593 on 4/23/12


Thank you MarkV.

Again, jerry you did not read my posts.
God tells me not to murder because it is wrong, He tells me not to lie cause it is wrong, he tells me to love my heighbor because it is right. I don't need to SEE the ten to know what is right and wrong. I have his spirit IN me to guide me.

You need to go back and read my posts again.

By the way if THE spirit tells me NOT to murder, lie, cheat or steal, and to LOVE my fellow man, IT IS THE RIGHT SPIRIT!
---ginger on 4/23/12


Jerry, you completely ignore the indwelling of the Spirit in the new believers. You ignore that Jesus is our Sabbath and our rest. You ignore the Baptism of the Spirit into one body in Christ. You are still under the Old Covenant of Obedience of the Law. You ignore the Spirit of the Law. Every day you insist others are not following the Ten Commandments, but you are. You are righteous but others are not. You have a big problem Jerry.
"For sin shall not have dominion over you, for you are not under the Law but under Grace" (Rom. 6:14).
---Mark_V. on 4/22/12


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ginger: "The Holy Spirit tells us in our hearts that those are wrong.

I don't need to look at the 10 to tell me what is right and what is wrong."

1Jn 4:1 Beloved, believe not every spirit, but try the spirits whether they are of God: because many false prophets are gone out into the world.

Jer 17:9 The heart is deceitful above all things, and desperately wicked: who can know it?

Isa 8:20 To the law and to the testimony: if they speak not according to this word, it is because there is no light in them.


---jerry6593 on 4/22/12


Ginger, great answers you gave. For the believer, the Spirit of the law is binding. He is guided now by the Spirit, " for a men can receive nothing unless it has been given to him from heaven." (John 3:27).
For the lost, the written letter of the law is binding. They are still under the law condemned by the written law. They need faith to believe in our Savior.
"He who believes in Him is not condemned, but he who does not believe is condemned already, because he has not believed in the name of the only Begotten Son of God" (John 3:18).
---Mark_V. on 4/22/12


////The Holy Spirit tells us in our hearts that those are wrong.
---ginger on 4/20/12//
AMEN
But some have either chosen to not listen or they are too deaf to hear.
---lee1538 on 4/21/12


Jerry, please read my last post.
By the way, have you seen the stone tablets anywhere? Have you ever thought about why they disappeared? We don't need them anymore because we have Christ.
He helps us to live it in our hearts, he reminds us through the Holy Spirit what is right and what is wrong. I dont need to look at the 10 to tell me what is right and what is wrong. Christ does that!
---ginger on 4/21/12


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//The Holy Spirit tells us in our hearts that those are wrong.
---ginger on 4/20/12//
AMEN
---michael_e on 4/21/12


The whole of old testament and its ministry of death was nailed to the cross and abolished, for we have a New and Living Testament written by the blood of the everlasting life of Christ Almighty. The unsaved and the cursed follow the old dead testament which condemns them, but the saved and the blessed follow the New Living Testament which saves them.
---Eloy on 4/21/12


ginger: Are you implying that the Ten Commandments were nailed to the cross? Again, common sense should tell you that stone can't be nailed. It was the handwritten (by Moses rather than God) sacrificial ordinances that were nailed to the cross - they were fulfilled and no longer needed to forecast Jesus' sacrifice. Read the book of Hebrews. It chronicles the transfer from the levitical priesthood to the melchisedec one.


---jerry6593 on 4/21/12


Jerry, I think you took what I said wrong.

The Bible is clear that Jesus took the ordinances and nailed them to the Cross thus crucifying the old right along with him!
We no longer need follow the 619 laws that were given to the jews. That was for them.
The new is written on our hearts and in our minds and brought to our rememberance.
if you try to follow all the old law while walking in the new, it will destroy you and lead you astray.
By the way, I never said it was alright to lie, steal or kill. We know from what Jesus that is still in effect. The Holy Spirit tells us in our hearts that those are wrong.
---ginger on 4/20/12


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Yes, jerry is correct in that the law specifically those laws that reflect the holiness and righteousness of God have not been destroyed. However, laws given only to Israel to keep them separate from other peoples - the dietary laws, the system of worship, the Sabbath(s), etc. do not reflect God's holiness and are no longer applicable to His church. We can easily see that as none of those are found as commands in the New Covenant.

Yes, Jerry can light a fire in his home on the sabbath to cook his food and warm his house (Exodus 35:3) and he will not incur the wrath of God.
---lee1538 on 4/20/12


ginger: I think a little common sense, logical thinking is in order. Throughout Scripture, the ONLY things FULFILLED are prophecies, predictions, promises, debts, etc. Christ's death was both a fulfillment of prophecy (the Lamb slain from the foundation of the world), and a payment of debt owed - the price for OUR sins. That is what was fulfilled - not the destruction of the Law ("Think not that I came to destroy the Law..."). Logically now, how does one fulfill thou shall not kill? By not killing? So what? I've never killed anybody either, but that doesn't mean that it's OK for me to kill now! Why is it necessary to destroy the Law in order to pay for its transgression?


---jerry6593 on 4/20/12


jerry, you continue to accuse others of breaking the forth Commandment. You even give passages concerning the Sabbath. And not once did you give one passage where God, who gave us the Ten Commandments ever said that the Seventh day to rest was Saturday. Not one passage. So why do you insist others are breaking the Ten Commandments? Show us where God said Saturday. Show us what day God begin to create. Man instituted Saturday in the Old Testament, man instituted Sunday in the New Testament. So why don't you stop accusing us of breaking the Sabbath? Even though we are not under the written letter of the Law anymore, you cannot provide anything but more arguing.
---Mark_V. on 4/20/12


Heaven and earth will not pass away until ALL, every jot and tiddle are fulfilled.

The 1000 year reign will in fact be part of that fulfillment. Zechariah 12-14 was NOT fulfilled when Jesus was born in a manger and died and rose again.

It's the RISEN Glorified Christ who will RETURN, just as Acts 1:11 states He will, in all His Glory to fulfill those promises.

Then Heaven and earth will pass away, the Kingdom will be delivered up to the Father, just as 1st Corinthins 15 state, also stating HE MUST FIRST REIGN before that can happen.

---kathr4453 on 4/19/12


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//What part of "Till heaven and earth pass" do you not understand. Until heaven and earth are made new, all is NOT fulfilled!

The key word you overlook is "All". If Christ came to earth to fulfill the law, did HE fail to fulfill all the law or only a part of it?

Yes, when ALL is fulfilled, then there will be a new heaven and a new earth.

When Jesus died on the Cross, He said, it is finished, meaning He accomplished His mission.

As to sin, Adventist reject the view that sin is more than just a transgression of law, it is anything that is not in accordance to the will of God.

And yes, as God's Spirit transforms us into the image of His Son, we will still see the tendency of the flesh to sin.
---lee1538 on 4/19/12


jerry, he is not saying that we should not obey God. he is saying the first covenant the old covenant is gone. It was fulfilled with the death of Christ and the new was put into place with his resurrection.

Again, please see the scripture I gave stating that the new cannot exist with the old. The new cannot be ADDED to the old. Jesus says so himself.
All old testament scripture points TO Jesus. That he was coming to fulfill it so we could obey with it being written in our hearts.
By trying to live by both the old and the new, Jesus says we will perish because the old cannot contain the new.
---ginger on 4/19/12


Lee: What part of "Till heaven and earth pass" do you not understand. Until heaven and earth are made new, all is NOT fulfilled! If all were fulfilled, there would be no more sin, no more death. Look around you. We still have heaven, earth, sin and death. Why do you twist Scripture so that you can sin with impugnity? If you really loved Jesus, you would try to avoid sinning. But you embrace and defend it.


---jerry6593 on 4/19/12


Amen, Lee!
Jesus spoke of it and taught about it.
One cannot sew new cloth onto old, it will tear.
This means one cannot follow the old covenant and the new.
They don't fit and will tear a person apart like cloth.

One cannot put NEW wine into OLD wineskins. The wineskins will burst.

Jesus taught that the old was coming to an end and HE was going to fulfill the old and give a new one.

For reference see Matthew 9:15-17 and Mark 2:20-22
The seperation of the old and new is exactly what Jesus is talking about.

Either one believes Christ fulfilled it or not.
We cannot live in both.
---ginger on 4/19/12


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//all you need to do to get me to believe we must observe the Sabbath is to provide NT bcv, but you cannot.

Luk 4:16 And he came to Nazareth, where he had been brought up: and, as his custom was, he went into the synagogue on the sabbath day
----
You did not know that Jesus was Jewish under the Old Covenant dispensation?

Adventists have a real aversion to Galatians!

Galatians 4:4-5 But when the fulness of the time was come, God sent forth his Son, made of a woman, made under the law, To redeem them that were under the law, that we might receive the adoption of sons.
---lee1538 on 4/18/12


Jerry //Mat 5:18 For verily I say unto you, Till heaven and earth pass, one jot or one tittle shall in no wise pass from the law

You deliberately did not quote the rest of the verse -

...shall in no wise pass from the law "till all be fulfilled".

So your view that Christ failed in His mission in fulfilling the law is without any merit.

Adventists in their love for that ministry of death and condemnation written on letters of stone(2 Cor. 3:7,9) simply do not want to recognize the distinction between the Old and New Covenant as they believe that the New Covenant was simply a rehash of the Old.
---lee1538 on 4/18/12


Lee: "all you need to do to get me to believe we must observe the Sabbath is to provide NT bcv, but you cannot."

Mat 5:18 For verily I say unto you, Till heaven and earth pass, one jot or one tittle shall in no wise pass from the law

Luk 4:16 And he came to Nazareth, where he had been brought up: and, as his custom was, he went into the synagogue on the sabbath day

Act 17:2 And Paul, as his manner was, went in unto them, and three sabbath days reasoned with them out of the scriptures,

Luk 23:56 And they returned, and prepared spices and ointments, and rested the sabbath day according to the commandment.

Mat 12:8 For the Son of man is Lord even of the sabbath day.


---jerry6593 on 4/17/12


Jerry//True beliefs are those that have been central of the teachings of the church since its conception."

True! And those teachings do not include long-age Evolution or the establishment of Sunday as a new "Sabbath".
--
While I do not believe the human race evolved from lower primates, I have studied enough church history to see clearly that the early Gentile church did not observe the Jewish Sabbath and that communal worship on the Lord's day (Sunday) was the norm by 135 AD (ever read Bacchiocchi?).

While the early church may have been wrong, all you need to do to get me to believe we must observe the Sabbath is to provide NT bcv, but you cannot.
---lee1538 on 4/15/12


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Lee: "True beliefs are those that have been central of the teachings of the church since its conception."

True! And those teachings do not include long-age Evolution or the establishment of Sunday as a new "Sabbath".


---jerry6593 on 4/15/12


True beliefs are those that have been central of the teachings of the church since its conception. Many beliefs today are those not found in the church over the centuries but have been added on to facilitate the interest of the church hierarchy.
---lee1538 on 4/6/12


Atheist: 'And why would I chose Jehovah over Zeus or Thor?'

A reasonable question......

A two part answer:

(1) While the ancient gods were shown as powerful, when you read what they did, seem mostly unpleasant, and thus I would be unwilling to worship some deity acting like that

(2) When you read what they did, there is really no evidence or proof (in terms of outside-verifiable connections with known history) to show that it is real. In the case of Jehovah, the reports of Jesus show enought connections to people known to be real, and were writtent less that 100 years later, unlike even the earliest Iliad, which is I think about 1000 years later
---Peter on 4/3/12


Aka, interesting family history. :-) Ja, ich kann deutsch!
---Pat.pat on 3/26/12


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pat.pat,

you are correct, suess does mean sweet auf Deutsch.

However, Seuss is a Bavarian name, and was his mothers maiden name: Henrietta Seuss' parents emigrated from Bavaria (part of modern-day Germany) in the nineteenth century. If you want to pronounce the name the way his family did, say "Zoice", not "Soose". Seuss was Theodor Geisel's middle name.
---aka on 3/25/12


Aka, yes! It's actually spelled Suess, and it means 'sweet.'
---Pat.pat on 3/25/12


A theist: "How many can you list that have been honestly vetted by peer review?"

Hundreds! If you're man enough, you can check them out at evolution dash facts dot org. Get the inexpensive book "The Evolution Handbook". I double-dog dare you!


---jerry6593 on 3/25/12


Atheist, you ask, "And why would I chose Jehovah over Zeus or Thor?" Because Jesus is evidenced to be Jehovah in the flesh. He is documented to have been born, lived, performed Godly exploits, bled and died, and rose again from the dead in front of eye witnesses both of believers and nonbeleivers alike. Whereas Zeus and Thor are fabricated mythological characters made up by the imaginations of man which neither have any documented historical lives in the flesh on earth, like Jesus of Judea does.
---Eloy on 3/24/12


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Zeus and Deus are names closely related linguistically.
---Pat.pat on 3/23/12

and Dr. Seuss. :~)
---aka on 3/24/12


Zeus and Deus are names closely related linguistically.
---Pat.pat on 3/23/12


And why would I chose Jehovah over Zeus or Thor?
---atheist on 3/23/12
Tell us about Zeus:

What are the prophecies of Zeus that have come to pass and will come to pass?

What are the judgments of Zeus and how it is carried out?

How does one serve Zeus?
---francis on 3/24/12


I think one of the things, that should be here is, belief!
Not a belief, as many seem to think. But, a belief that it is God, that works all in all.

Can a man, any man believe in God on his own? That is without God help.
Lets take Atheist. Here is a man without a belief in God. By his own words, any god!
Im not lying, right Atheist? You have no God, not even Zeus, Thor!
None the less, these are the kinds of gods men come up with, without God.
1Co_1:21!

Now, does God harden man heart? Does he blind them?
How do you know God has not done this to Atheist?
So you might believe God had the power?
Peace
---TheSeg on 3/24/12


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And why would I chose Jehovah over Zeus or Thor? ---atheist on 3/23/12

well, only Zeus, Thor, or Jehovah can answer that. Ask them.
---aka on 3/23/12


Atheist don't you see how pathetic your claims are. You are of the group who make statements they cannot support. Most disappear aware they have nothing intelligent to say. But you continue with your nonsense never willing to give any support for your irrational claims. You write of Islamic terrorists as though they somehow reflect upon Christians! This in itself is irrational.

I have also repeatedly given you the names of Christians who are scientists asking you to show how they are irrational but you do not have the ability to support your claims, nor the integrity to admit your error. One hand clapping indeed.
---Warwick on 3/23/12


//What are ten beliefs that real or true Christians must hold?

I think we can really boil it down to just one thing.

LOVE -

1 Cor. 13:1-2 1 If I speak in the tongues of men and of angels, but have not love, I am a noisy gong or a clanging cymbal. And if I have prophetic powers, and understand all mysteries and all knowledge, and if I have all faith, so as to remove mountains, but have not love, I am nothing.
---lee1538 on 3/23/12


Warwick,

And why would I chose Jehovah over Zeus or Thor?
---atheist on 3/23/12


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Atheist as I see it you are somewhat like the sound of one hand clapping. You make wild assertions but when challenged have no answer! Even to you this must seem odd.
---Warwick on 3/22/12


Atheist, what would it take for you to believe in God/ Jehovah?
What proof do you seek?
How did you come to the conclusion that there is no God?
---Francis on 3/22/12


Judge,

Who is the "great one?"


Jury,

"How many violations of universally accepted scientific principles by the evolutionary hypothesis would it take for you to admit that Evolution is not scientific?"

How many can you list that have been honestly vetted by peer review?

Executioner,

Stoning is not legal in my country.
---atheist on 3/22/12


Jerry, it is interesting that Atheist is unable to answer what should be easy questions for such a superior one. In reality he gives every evidence of a man locked into prejudice, into a belief system he cannot defend. If he was sitting comfortably at home, in the dark, quietly pondering the non existance of God then I would leave him be. But he apparently feels the need to ridicule those who think differently than him. Therefore I feel free to take him to task, with a few easy questions. But predictably, no answers are forthcoming from the great one, as usual.
---Warwick on 3/22/12


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There are only three beliefs that the chosen must hold.
//1.The Belief that Jesus is Lord and Savior.
2. That the Father has raised Him from the dead.
3. And that salvation is complete in Him, and found in none other.
---joseph on 3/20/12//

therein lies the fulfillment of the law (1-10) and prophets.

love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your mind...And... love your neighbor as yourself. On these two [laws] depend all christian beliefs.
---aka on 3/22/12


There are only three beliefs that the chosen must hold.
//1.The Belief that Jesus is Lord and Savior.
2. That the Father has raised Him from the dead.
3. And that salvation is complete in Him, and found in none other.
---joseph on 3/20/12//

Amen.
---char on 3/21/12


why 10? There's only 1: "Worship and obey Christ saves the sinuous life." But if you want 10:
1. Jesus was conceived by the Holy Ghost, and born of the virgin Mary.
2. Jesus is the heir of David, and the Son from God.
3. Jesus is holy and sinless.
4. Jesus was crucified, and on the 3rd day resurrected again.
5. Jesus is God Almighty in the flesh.
6. A person must confess their wrongs to Jesus.
7. Sinner's prayer: In prayer ask Jesus, the only Salvation for man, to forgive your sins and save you and make you a real born-again Christian.
8. Get baptized.
9. Pray to the Lord Jesus every day.
10. Get a 1611 KJV Holy Bible, or older, and read it, focusing on the New Testament.
---Eloy on 3/21/12


A theist: I asked you before, but you never answered. I'll try again.

How many violations of universally accepted scientific principles by the evolutionary hypothesis would it take for you to admit that Evolution is not scientific?


---jerry6593 on 3/21/12


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Atheist you wrote "To not accept it,(evolution) is evidence to many of an irrational person who puts mythology before science."

We know you don't have answers but I will try! If you are correct why do thousands of scientists reject evolution? Many scientists have been challenged to reinvestigate evolution, and have rejected it. Why? One example is Nobel Prize winner in Chemistry, Professor Rick Smalley. Is he "irrational?"

I also think of friends, John and Sally two 6-day creation believing Christians. Both are research scientists in the medical field. Are they people who put "mythology before science?

What of the Creationist Dr Raymond Damadian who invented the MRI? Just another fool Atheist?
---Warwick on 3/20/12


6. Do not harm others (physically, mentally, emotionally, financially...)(or yourself).

7. Keep your hands to yourself and give your wife your attention.

8. Do not take what belongs to someone else, which includes time.

9. Tell the truth about others and if you do not know the whole truth, do not engage what you do not know.

10. You have what you need. The green grass on the other side will whither if you could get it anyway.

To sum it up...

love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your mind...And... love your neighbor as yourself. On these two truisms depend all christian beliefs.
---aka on 3/20/12


"Atheist, I guess the most important thing is not to take oneself too seriously."
---Pat.pat on 3/20/12


:)

Eloquently true Pat...

---Leon on 3/20/12


Atheist, I guess the most important thing is not to take oneself too seriously.
---Pat.pat on 3/20/12


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1.The Belief that Jesus is Lord and Savior.
2. That the Father has raised Him from the dead.
3. And that salvation is complete in Him, and found in none other.
---joseph on 3/20/12

AMEN, but scripture would add one more.

4. Belief that there will be a physical resurrection of all. If we are not raised, then neither was Christ, and our faith is in vain
---James_L on 3/20/12


believe who what and why jesus came,and that u are a sinner.now ultimately jesus is the truth ,but your personal ultimate trust,and obidience,and love must first be in God,and believing in his son jesus,only in our loving God,can we love each other,not trust,because not one single person can be fully trusted,but God can be.thats why we love and trust him,then the world,knowing we all have the temptations of our flesh.
---tom2 on 3/20/12


See the classical Creeds, especially the Nicene.

Glory to Jesus Christ!
---Cluny on 3/20/12


must hold/believe

Christ died for our sins

He was buried,

He rose again the third day

All who call upon the name of the LORD WILL be saved

No man comes to the Father but by Him
---chria9396 on 3/20/12


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Pat.pat.

I imagined that there would be more than ten, as the answers would be likely personal, and not a listing of doctrines of one church or another.

Ten seemed a good limit, forcing the most important onto the listing.

It will be interesting to see how many beliefs are held in common, and more interesting what beliefs are not included.

What are the beliefs that you consider the most important for you religion?
---atheist on 3/20/12


I believe in God the Father Almighty, Maker of heaven and earth.

And in Jesus Christ his only Son our Lord, who was conceived by the Holy Ghost, born of the Virgin Mary, suffered under Pontius Pilate, was crucified, dead, and buried, the third day he rose again from the dead, he ascended into heaven, and sitteth on the right hand of God the Father Almighty, from thence he shall come to judge the quick and the dead.
---francis on 3/19/12


There are only three beliefs that the chosen must hold.
1.The Belief that Jesus is Lord and Savior.
2. That the Father has raised Him from the dead.
3. And that salvation is complete in Him, and found in none other.
---joseph on 3/20/12


1) God is Great: He is all powerful, a mighty warrior
2) God is Good: He works for good those he loves
3) God is Love: He died for you
4) God is faithful: He will never leave you or forsake you
5) God is wise: He knows all things
6) God is Holy: He is perfect
7) God is merciful: He does not hold sin against us
8) God is here: God takes a personal intimate daily connection with you
9) God is creator: He makes the sun rise and sustains life
10) God is everything: "I am the I am."
---Scott1 on 3/20/12


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(1) Jesus Christ is the Son of God who came in the flesh and died for us and rose from the dead on the third day.
(2) Don't argue with atheist (c:
(3) God created us.
(4) Enjoy loving any and all people the way God has us loving in sharing with Him as our Father.
(5) Blessing and not cursing.
(6) God's word accomplishes what He means, not what we try to make it mean (c:
(7) Live with melody in your heart and His love's beauty so we are pleasing Him, all the time.
(8) Live as God's peace rules us to live.
(9) God is love, as Father and Son and Holy Spirit . . . family sharing and caring love.
(10) God bless you (c:
---willie_c: on 3/20/12


this ought to be fun...you do not really expect gummy worms come from this opened can?

Nevertheless...

1. God is everything, i am nothing.

2. Do not try to imitate God in any fashion.

3. Do not use God's Truth for your own purposes.

4. Remember the sabbath (all all its implications).

5. Know and remember from where you came.

...
---aka on 3/19/12


Atheist, I didn't know there were that many, ten. Is that how many there were in your former church?
---Pat.pat on 3/19/12


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