Question by  andrewschon (37)

What is the Baptist doctrine of God?


Answer by  geshaun1 (32)

You must be born again! You must put your faith and trust in the LORD Jesus Christ and ask him for forgivness and admit your a sinner and that you have no way but , thru christ to get to heaven.


Answer by  MrBaptist (6)

The Baptist believe that God is the supreme being of the universe. God is spirit and all-knowing and all-powerful. God is described as three in one (the trinity): God the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Baptist believe that no one stands between the believer and God.


Answer by  waskasoo (471)

The Baptist doctrine of God is standard Trinitarian theology drawn from the teachings of the Bible. There is no uniquely Baptist doctrine of God per se.


Answer by  waskasoo (471)

There is no uniquely Baptist doctrine of God, as compared to other groups within the broad scope of Christianity. The doctrine of God, called by theologians "theology proper" is relatively uniform.


Answer by  flori (239)

The Baptists believe in God and in Jesus Christ, but don't believe in Virgin Maria neither in Saints. They aren't allowed to drink alcohol or to smoke.


Answer by  Rose (6804)

The Baptist doctrine states that if you are to become baptist you should accept Christ as your savor and follow his lead into baptism. Baptist believe that you chose to follow Christ, therefore it must be done at an older age, baptist do not baptize their babies at birth, they instead dedicate them to the church.


Answer by  anastasovi2004 (31)

God is one. God is trinity:Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Son dead for people's sin. Who belived in Jesus Krist, to confess sins, and baptize, will be survivor.


Answer by  bob42 (33)

God is the creator all things. He is both a vengeful God and a loving Father. He is the alpha and the omega.

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