Doctrines

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The word, ‘Doctrines’ as defined by the Merriam-Webster dictionary, means a body of principles in a branch of knowledge or system of belief. Christian doctrines represent the salient elements that define what Christian beliefs are.

Christian doctrines go beyond the New Testament. For example, the concept of how sin came into the world is found in Genesis which is in the Old Testament.

Christian doctrines have been well studied. Each denomination has developed their doctrines based on their understanding of Scriptures.

As part of the overall objective to provide a coherent understanding of what makes a Christian beyond just ‘sins’ and ‘behaviors’, the Project Team has decided to widen its appeal to Christian Doctrines but hopefully one without the biases of Christian denominations.

The Project Team, however, has limited their scope to just doctrines found in the New Testament and they include the following:

  • Who is God?
  • Who is Jesus?
  • Who is the Holy Spirit?
  • Who is Satan?
  • What about doctrines like eternal judgment?
  • What does God say about Jesus’ second coming?

We hope that you will find our approach refreshing.

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