The Core Beliefs of Christianity
Christianity is a religion based on the teachings of Jesus Christ, who came to earth and lived a life that was fully human and fully God. Christians believe that Jesus is the Son of God, who died on the cross to pay the penalty for our sins, so that we can be reconciled to God and go to heaven when we die.
Christians believe that everyone is sinners and will inevitably sin, but that when they repent and turn to God, their sins are forgiven. They also commit to reading the Bible daily, which is a way they come to know God better and are able to resist the influence of false doctrines (Matthew 4:4, 7).
Casting out demons
Christians believe in the power of Jesus to cast out evil spirits from people’s lives and homes. In fact, it is written in the Bible that when people are possessed by demons, the best way to cast them out is to pray to Jesus and ask him to do so.
Healing the sick
During Jesus’ time on earth, he healed many people and told stories or parables that taught them about God and how to live their lives according to His will. He also taught his followers how to love and forgive others, especially those who were considered outcasts in society.
Christian leaders wrote letters that formed the New Testament, which outlines the core beliefs of Christianity. The first four books, known as the Gospels, give accounts of Jesus’ life and death. The rest of the New Testament consists of letters to the church, which offer instruction and instructions on how to conduct church activities and conduct the life of a Christian.