There may be some small variances, exceptions, and additions to these Christianity beliefs depending on the Christian denomination.
For the most part Christian beliefs are Jesus is the Son of God; Jesus is the second person of the Trinity, which consists of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit.
They believe that the Scriptures in the bible are God spoken words, written by humans, and the Bible was without error in the original writings. If you confess to be a Christian you must trust its promises, obey its commands believe in what it says. But the bible has been translated so many times since the original writings there may be some inaccurate information in it due to translations.
Christians believe in one God, who is the creator of all things, eternally existing, holy, and infinitely perfect. This God knows all things and has unlimited power, God had planned all along to redeem the sinful human race for Himself and to make all things new for His own glory.
Christians understand that they are sinners and the penalty for sin is a spiritual death, which means they could not live for eternity in heaven. So Jesus had to die on the cross for all people sins, so that all who believed on him will live for eternity in heaven. This article Christianity beliefs plain and simple don’t include all their beliefs.
Christians believe that Jesus is their representative to God, and He died on the cross as the perfect sacrifice for their sins. His death and resurrection is the only way they could receive forgiveness for their sins, they believe the Holy Spirit makes people aware of their sins and convert sinners to Christians. The Holy Spirit also helps people to try to have a Christ like attitude.
Christians believe Jesus Christ will return one day, the date and time is unknown to humans. Since they don’t know the exact date and time of his return, they should stay ready by living godly lives. They believe that God wants everyone to believe the gospel and turn to Him in repentance and accept Jesus as their savior. They also believe that God will raise the people who have died and judge all people, assigning the unbeliever to eternal punishment and the believer to eternal blessedness
As I stated earlier some of the faith groups who consider themselves to be Christians, do not accept some of these beliefs. Also, they may have added to or subtracted from the original doctrines to suite their own denomination standards.
Back in the sixteenth century Christians wanted to try restoring the bible back to its original version before all the translation took place. Some of the Christians wanted to remove some of the changes and doctrines that had been added and removed over the years. This concludes the article Christianity beliefs plain and simple.
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