Dottrine fondamentali

List of Major Fundamental Doctrines

1God the Father,
Jesus Christ
and the Holy Spirit
We believe in one God, the Father, eternally existing,
who is Spirit, a personal Being of Supreme Intelligence,
knowledge, love, justice, power, and authority.
He, through Jesus Christ, is the Creator of the heavens and the earth
and all that is in them.
He is the Source of life and the One through whom
There is human life.
We believe in one Lord, Jesus Christ of Nazareth,;
who is the Word and has eternally existed.
We believe that He is the Messiah, the Christ, the divine Son
of the living God, conceived by the Holy Spirit, 
born in the human flesh of the Virgin Mary.
We believe that it is through Him that God created;
and that without Him nothing has been done
of what has been done.
We believe in the Holy Spirit, as the Spirit of God and
of Christ Jesus.
The Holy Spirit is the power of God and the Spirit
of eternal life.
2 Timothy 1:7;
Ephesians 4:6;
1 Corinthians 8:6;
John 1:1-4;
Colossians 1:16.
2The Word
of God
We believe that Scripture, both the Old and New Testaments,
may it be God's revelation and His complete and expressed will to mankind.
Scripture is inspired in thought and word,
infallible in the original writings, it is the supreme authority and
last in faith and in life,
and it is the foundation of all truth.
2 Timothy 3:16;
2 Peter 1:20-21;
John 10:35;
John 17:17.
The devil
We believe that Satan is a spiritual being who is the adversary;
of God and the children of God.
Satan has been given dominion over the world for a time
of specific time.
Satan has deceived mankind into rejecting God and
His law.
Satan has ruled by deception with the help of
a host of demons who are rebellious angels, spiritual beings,
who have followed Satan in his rebellion.
Matthew 4:1-11;
Luke 8:12;
2 Timothy 2:26;
John 12:31;
John 16:11;
Revelation 12:4,
Revelation 12:9; 
Revelation 20:1-3,
Revelation 20:7,
Revelation 20:10;
Leviticus 16:21-22;
2 Corinthians 4:4;
2 Corinthians 11:14;
Ephesians 2:2.
4HumanityWe believe that mankind was created in the image of God
with the potential to become children of God,
partakers of the divine nature. 
God formed mankind out of flesh,  which is material substance. 
Human beings live by the breath of life, they are mortal, 
subject to corruption and forfeiture, 
without eternal life, except as a gift from God according to the terms and 
God's conditions as expressed in the Bible. 
We believe that God set the choice before Adam and Eve
of eternal  life through obedience to God, 
or death through sin. 
Adam and Eve succumbed to temptation and disobeyed God. 
As a result, sin has entered the world and, 
through sin,  death. 
Death now reigns over all mankind because all have sinned.
Genesis 1:26;
2 Peter 1:4;
Hebrews 9:27;
1 Corinthians 15:22;
Romans 5:12;
Romans 6:23.
5Sin and;
God's Law
We believe that sin is the transgression of the law. 
The law is spiritual, perfect, holy, righteous, and good.
The law defines God's love and is based on the two great principles of love 
towards God and love of neighbour, and is immutable and binding. 
The Ten Commandments are the ten points of the law of love 
of God. 
We believe that breaking any part of the law 
You bring upon a person the punishment of sin. 
We believe that this fundamental spiritual law
You reveal the only way to true life and the only possible way  
of happiness, peace and joy. 
All the misery, misery, anguish and pain that comes with 
from the transgression of God's law.
1 John 3:4;
1 John 5:3;
Matthew 5:17-19;
Matthew 19:17-19;
Matthew 22:37-40;
James 2:10-11;
Romans 2:5-9;
Romans 7:12-14;
Romans 13:8-10.
6The sacrifice of
Jesus Christ
We believe that God loved this world so much
of defenseless sinners to give his only begotten Son, who,
although tempted in all points like us, he lived without sin
in human flesh.
That Son, Jesus Christ, died as a sacrifice for the sins of mankind.
His life, since He is the Creator of all humanity,
it has a greater value than the sum of all human life.
His death is, therefore, sufficient to pay the penalty for sins
of every human being.
By paying this penalty, He made it possible,
according to God's plan,
that each person and humanity as a whole would receive
the forgiveness of sins and liberation from the death penalty.
Hebrews 4:15;
Hebrews 9:15;
Hebrews 10:12;
John 1:18;
John 3:16;
Colossians 1:16-17,
Colossians 1:22;
1 John 2:2;
1 John 4:10;
Ephesians 1:11;
Revelation 13:8.
7Three days and
Three nights
We believe that the Father raised Jesus Christ from the dead
after his body had lain in the tomb for three days and three nights,
thus making immortality possible for mortal man.
Thereafter he ascended to heaven, where he now sits
at the right hand of God the Father as our High Priest and
1 Peter 1:17-21;
1 Peter 3:22;
Matthew 12:40;
1 Corinthians 15:53;
2 Timothy 1:10;
John 20:17;
Hebrews 8:1;
Hebrews 12:2.
We believe that all those who truly repent
of their sins, in full surrender and voluntary obedience to God,
and who by faith accept Jesus Christ as their own
Savior, have their sins forgiven by one deed of divine grace.
Such individuals are justified, forgiven from the penalty of sin and
they receive the gift of the Holy Spirit, who literally indwells
into them and provides the divine love that alone can fulfill the law
and produce justice.
They are baptized by the Spirit into the body of Christ,
which is the true Church of God.
We believe in real change in life and attitude.
Only those who have the inner presence and are guided
by the Holy Spirit they are of Christ.
Acts 2:38;
Acts 3:19;
Acts 5:29-32;
2 Corinthians 7:10;
John 3:16;
Ephesians 1:7;
Ephesians 2:7-9;
Romans 3:21-26;
Romans 5:5;
Romans 6:6;
Romans 8:4,
Romans 8:9-10,
Romans 8:14;
Romans 13:1;
Jeremiah 33:8;
John 14:16-17;
1 Corinthians 12:12-13;
Philippians 2:3-5.
in the water
We believe in the ordinance of water baptism by immersion
after repentance.
Through the laying on of hands, with prayer,
the believer receives the Holy Spirit and becomes part of the body
spirituality of Jesus Christ.
Matthew 3:13,
Matthew 3:16;
John 3:23;
Acts 2:38;
Acts 8:14-17;
Acts 19:5-6;
1 Corinthians 12:13.
10On the SabbathWe believe that the seventh day of the week is the Sabbath
of the Lord our God.
On this day we are commanded to rest from our labors
and to worship God, following the teachings and example
of Jesus, the apostles and the Church of the New Testament.
Genesis 2:2-3;
Exodus 20:8-11;
Exodus 31:13-17;
Leviticus 23:3;
Isaiah 58:13;
Hebrews 4:4-10;
Mark 1:21;
Mark 2:27-28;
Mark 6:2;
Acts 13:42-44;
Acts 17:2;
Acts 18:4;
Luke 4:31.
11PassoverWe believe in the observance of the New Testament Passover
on the night of the 14th of Abib,
anniversary of the death of our Savior.
Leviticus 23:5;
Luke 22:13-14.
12The Feasts of GodWe believe in the mandated observance of the seven Holy Days
annuals given to ancient Israel by God and kept by Jesus Christ,
by the apostles and the Church of the New Testament.
These Holy Days reveal God's plan of salvation.
Colossians 2:16-17;
1 Peter 1:19-20;
1 Corinthians 5:8;
1 Corinthians 15:22-26;
1 Corinthians 16:8;
James 1:18;
Exodus 23:14-17;
Leviticus 23:1-44;
Luke 2:41-42;
Luke 22:14-15;
John 7:2,
John 7:8,
John 7:10,
John 7:14;
Acts 2:1;
Acts 18:21;
Acts 20:16;
Zechariah 14:16-21.
13Food Laws
of God
We believe that those meats that are designated "unclean" by God
in Leviticus 11:1-46 and Deuteronomy 14:1-21
they must not be eaten.
Leviticus 11:1-46;
Deuteronomy 14:1-21.
14Military service
and war
We believe that Christians are forbidden by God's commandments
to take human life, 
directly or indirectly, and that carrying weapons is 
contrary to this fundamental belief. 
Therefore, we believe that Christians should not
voluntarily engage in military service. 
If they are involuntarily engaged in military service, 
We believe that they should conscientiously refuse
to carry arms and, as far as possible,  
refuse to submit to military authority.
Exodus 20:13;
Matthew 5:21-22;
1 Corinthians 7:21-23;
Acts 5:29.
15The Promises to AbrahamWe believe in the everlasting justice of God.
Such righteousness is demonstrated by God's faithfulness in fulfilling it
all the promises He made to the father of the faithful, Abraham.
As promised, God multiplied Abraham's direct descendants
so that Abraham literally became the "father"
of many nations.
We believe that God, as promised,
made him prosper materially
the direct descendants of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob
(whose name later changed to Israel).
We believe that God, through the Seed of Abraham, Jesus Christ,
is making
salvation available to all humanity independently
from their physical lineage.
Salvation is therefore not a birthright.
It is freely open to all whom God calls, and those who
are considered descendants of Abraham are those of faith,
heirs according to the promises.
We believe that the knowledge that God has fulfilled and
continues to fulfill the physical promises made to Abraham
and to his children, and that he is fulfilling the promise
spiritual through Jesus Christ,
is fundamental to understanding the message of the prophets e
its application to the world in which we live.
Psalms 111:1-10;
Romans 4:16;
Romans 9:7-8;
Galatians 3:16;
Genesis 32:28.
16The Purpose
of God
for humanity
We believe that God's purpose for humanity is to
prepare those whom He calls and elects through
a life of overcoming sin, developing righteous character
and grow in grace and knowledge, to possess the Kingdom and
to become kings and priests who reign with Christ
on this earth after his return.
We believe that the reason for humanity's existence is
literally that of being born as spiritual beings
in the family of God.
Romans 6:15-16;
Romans 8:14-17,
Romans 8:30;
Acts 2:39;
2 Peter 3:18;
Revelation 3:5;
Revelation 5:10.
17The ChurchWe believe that the Church is that body of believers who
they have received and are guided by the Holy Spirit.
The true Church of God is a spiritual organism.
Its biblical name is "The Church of God".
We believe that the mission of the Church is to
preach the gospel (good news)
of the future Kingdom of God to all nations as
a testimony and to help reconcile with God
the people who are now called.
We believe that it is also the mission of the Church of God to strengthen,
edify and nourish God's children in love and admonition
of our Lord Jesus Christ.
Acts 2:38-39, 47;
Acts 20:28;
Romans 8:14;
Romans 14:19;
Ephesians 1:22-23;
Ephesians 3:14;
Ephesians 4:11-16;
1 Corinthians 1:2;
1 Corinthians 10:32;
1 Corinthians 11:16,
1 Corinthians 11:22;
1 Corinthians 12:27;
1 Corinthians 14:26;
1 Corinthians 15:9;
2 Corinthians 1:1-2;
2 Corinthians 5:18-20;
Galatians 1:13;
1 Thessalonians 2:14;
2 Thessalonians 1:4;
1 Timothy 3:5,
1 Timothy 3:15;
Mark 16:15;
Matthew 24:14;
Matthew 28:18-20;
John 6:44,
John 6:65;
John 17:11,
John 17:16.
18The TitheWe believe in tithing as a means to honor God
with our substance and as a means to serve Him
in the preaching of the Gospel, in the care of the Church,
in participating in the celebrations and helping the needy.

Proverbs 3:9-10;
Genesis 14:17-20;
1 Corinthians 9:7-14;
Numbers 18:21;
Deuteronomy 14:22-29.
19The ResurrectionsWe believe that the only hope of eternal life for
mortal human beings reside in the resurrection
through the presence of the Holy Spirit.
We believe that at the return of Jesus Christ it will take place
a resurrection to spiritual life
for all those who have been faithful servants of God.
We believe that after Jesus Christ will reign
on this earth for 1,000 years, there will be a resurrection
to the physical lives of the vast majority of all people
who have ever lived.
We believe that after these people have
the opportunity to live a physical life, if they convert,
they too will receive eternal life.
We also believe that those who reject the offer of salvation
of God they will reap eternal death.
1 Corinthians 15:19,
1 Corinthians 15:42-52;
Acts 23:6;
John 5:21-29;
Romans 6:23;
Romans 8:10-11;
1 Thessalonians 4:16;
Ezekiel 37:1-14;
Revelation 20:4-5,
Revelation 20:11-15;
John 3:16;
Matthew 25:46.
20The Return of Jesus ChristWe believe in personal, visible and premillennial return
of the Lord Jesus Christ to rule the nations on the earth
as King of kings and to continue His priestly office
as Lord of lords.
At that time he will sit on the throne of David.
During his thousand-year reign on earth,
He will restore all things and establish the Kingdom of God
Matthew 24:30,
Matthew 24:44;
Revelation 1:7;
Revelation 11:15;
Revelation 19:16;
Revelation 20:4-6;
1 Thessalonians 4:13-16;
John 14:3;
Isaiah 9:7;
Isaiah 40:10-12;
Hebrews 7:24;
Jeremiah 23:5;
Luke 1:32-33;
Acts 1:11;
Acts 3:21;
Acts 15:16;
Daniel 7:14,
Daniel 7:18,
Daniel 7:27.

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