believe that "there is one God and one
mediator between God and men, the man Christ Jesus"
(I Timothy 2:5)
believe that Jesus Christ
is the son of God and in his sacrifice for us:
"that Christ died for our sins..that he
was buried, that he was raised on the third day"
(I Corinthians 15:3,4).
believe in the divine power of God
that "..raised him from the dead"
(Colossians 2:12) and we
believe in the same power which, day by day, works
in us, fortifies us and transforms us through
the Holy Spirit and
can "do immeasurably more that all we
ask or imagine" (Ephesians
believe that through the spiritual rebirth obtained
by way of our Baptism
we become sons of God and we receive the gift
of the Holy Spirit, receiving salvation in the
certainty of eternal life. "Now this is
eternal life: that they may know you, the only
true God, and Jesus Christ, whom you have sent"
churches of Christ do not have a unique confession
of faith or a strictly established liturgy. According
to the New Testament,
worship is a spiritual
comunion which, simply, follows the example of
worship to God by the first christians.
Therefore, we look to the gospel for the fundamental
aspects as taught to us by Jesus as our guide
of faith to a christian
way of life, enlightened by the love of God
and by the work
of the Holy Spirit following the pathway given
us to obtain salvation.
common basis will always be the Word of God, the
Bible, to rediscover
the true nature of christianity, just as it was
taught by the first apostles, first witnesses
of the "living and enduring"
(I Peter 1:23) word of God
transmitted to us by his son Jesus.