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This page states what is considered to be Christian on this wiki. It states what material is allowed on this wiki. It does not prevent anyone disagreeing with these philosophies from editing the wiki, but requires only these doctrines be considered truth on this site.
The Trinity and GodEdit
God is all powerful, omniscient, omnipresent, omnipotent, unchanging, and holy. He is triune in nature; meaning he is the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit all in one yet separate as three distinct personalities with distinct characteristics and jobs. He is the creator of all things and there is nothing He can't destroy and nothing that can destroy Him. He is the judge, yet He is grace. His is wrath, yet He is love. All His characteristics coexist in perfect harmony.
Jesus is the incarnate Son of God sent to Earth and born of the virgin Mary so that he could die for our sins as the ultimate sacrifice. He is the Savior and is God. He lived a perfect life on this earth. He was 100% man and 100% God at the same time and is eternal, past and future. He lives in the heart of every Christian.
The Bible is the inspired Word of God. Every word is inspired by God and every word is truth. It is a living book that is composed of the sixty-six books of the Protestant canon. It was written by men of God who recorded God's words flawlessly. The Bible must be read with consideration of context, as God used the personalities and lifestyles of its writers to show differing, but not contradicting, views. The Bible is complete and the Book of Revelation was the last canon book of he Bible.
A Christian is anyone who has put their full faith in Jesus Christ and accepted His gift of salvation. The Holy Spirit dwells within all Christians and convicts them of Satan's ways. In being a Christian one chooses to follow Christ to the end, no matter the consequence. It is therefore the duty of all Christians to share the Gospel to the entire world. All Christians go to Heaven and none can ever lose their salvation, as it is permanent. There will be a bodily resurrection and rapture of all Christians during the Great Rapture. The Church is composed of all Christians and is the bride of Christ.