The Core Beliefs of Christianity
The core beliefs of christianity are that Jesus is both fully human and fully divine, that He died for our sins, was buried, and was resurrected. Christians also believe that the Holy Spirit has adopted them as God’s children and that they can approach God any time, in any situation, in prayer.
Christians also believe that the Bible is the inspired Word of God, and that its teachings are the final authority on all matters of faith and practice (2 Timothy 3:16). The Holy Spirit convicts believers of sin, guides them in their lives, and teaches them about Christ (John 14:26; Romans 8:14).
Deliverance is the process by which demons are cast out of a person through Christianly scientific prayer. Casting out a demon includes not only commanding the evil spirit to leave an individual, but also removing anything associated with it, including spells, incantations, invocations, and any objects or places used for witchcraft or sorcery.
Healing the sick
The Bible states that anyone who is sick should call for the elders of the church, who will lay hands upon him and pray over him, and anoint him with oil. Jesus commanded that Christians should heal the sick, and He Himself healed many people during His ministry. Miracle healing helps to establish Christ’s absolute credibility as one sent from God, and it builds faith into those who saw the miracles firsthand as well as into all who read about them millennia later.