Jesus, the Gospel, and Other Essentials of the Christian Faith

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In the past I’ve written about Jesus, the Gospel and other Essentials of the Christian Faith.

Jesus is, of course the cornerstone of the Christian faith.  There’s a lot that I could say about our Savior.  The thing is, other faiths recognize Jesus as an important figure.  To some He’s a prophet.  Others claim that he is God’s son.  To others He is a divine or angelic being.  To every true Christian, Jesus is God.  He is the Son of the Holy Trinity, Father, Son and Holy Spirit.  Period.  Bottom line.  There is no other Christian way of expressing who Jesus is.  This is not my opinion.  It is an essential of christian Faith.

The Gospel moves us to the importance of Who Jesus is.  In “The Passion of Christ”, I explained the importance of that event.  Christ’s divinity, His life and ministry on earth, His death and resurrection and His ascension back to Heaven make up what a Christian means when he or she believes in the Gospel.

This a great article on the primary “ingredients” of the faith. Written by Christopher over at Christopher C. Randolph. Christopher explains what our faith entails, what it is we need to believe in if you will, the essentials. Also what we should as Believers practice from our core set of beliefs.

To finish reading this article, please head over to While you are there, why check out the rest of Christopher’s site, and let him know you liked something he wrote. Registered & Protected

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Luke 21:36 "Watch therefore, and pray always that you may be counted worthy to escape all these things that will come to pass, and to stand before the Son of Man."

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