Asked in Religion & SpiritualityGermany in WW2Christianity
What do most Christians believe about God?
September 18, 2010 1:02PM
This question is very broad in its nature. However, I'll try to do the best I can and be as brief as possible. The word "Christian" itself is also very broad and used very loosely in the United States today. But to answer the original question, most Christians believe the following things about God.
1) There is only one God, but He reveals Himself to us in His word as three different persons
A) The Father
B) The Son
C) The Holy Ghost
2) God is omnipotent (all powerful), omnipresent (everywhere at once), omniscient (all knowing), & omnisapient (has all wisdom).
3) God is the supreme being of the universe. He created the earth and the heavens in six days and all that in them is and he rested on the seventh day.
4) God is self existent.
These are just a few basics about God that I can answer without getting into deeper theology.
that he is the holy father