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.AnswerThey particularly believe that Jesus Christ is God, and as such He came to suffer and die for the sins of the whole world. That means He loves everyone, and also that His atoning work is complete and so there is nothing we need to do, or can do to earn our salvation. John 3:16 (King James Version)16For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.
that he is the holy father
They believe in the same god and most of the religions are Christians
Some Jews are Christians but most are not. It is because Christians believe that Jesus is the son of God, the Messiah, who died as the lamb of God, a sacrifice for all who believe. Jews do not believe this.
Christians believe that they can worship God in everything that they do.
Christians believe that Jesus is God's son. He is the son of God.
I think you mean,"WHOM did the Christians believe in?" Christians do believe in Jesus, and god (who is his father) Christianity has never stopped being a religion, in fact Christianity is the most popular religion
Most Christians believe God exists because they were taught this as children, and have never stopped to question this belief. Increasingly, people do question what they were taught, and many find no basis for belief in God, so ceasing to be Christians.
Christians firmly believe that Jesus is the divine Son of God, and most Christians believe he is one with God.Muslims believe that Jesus Christ is not 'The God.' "Why do you call me good?" Jesus answered. "No one is good--except God alone" [Mark 10:18]
AnswerMost Polynesians are now Christians, so they do believe in the Christian God. They were formerly animists.
Today most people in Egypt are Muslims and so believe in the same God worshiped by Jews and Christians.
Christians believe that angels are servants of God, and guardians of Christians. Demons are fallen angels that rebelled against God.
By definition of "Christian", all Christians believe in G-d, in one form or another. no not the correct answer many will say that they do believe in god but most only say it just in case there is a god don't be fooled many Christians do not believe in god even though they say that they do it is actually because they do not want to be cast into hell just in case their is a god
Christians believe him to be God and therefore worship him as God.
Christians believe there is only one God.
Most Christians believe in a Trinity, where God is three beings in one: 1) the Father 1) the Son and 3) the Holy Spirit. These three can be seen as different forms of one God.Some Christians do not believe in a Trinity, and many Christians believe that Jesus is the Son of God, but not God Himself.Christians also differ on the nature of God; whether He is a person or a spirit.
Most Christians believe that God has three aspects, God, Jesus, the Holy Spirit.
Christians believe in Jesus as God or son of God. Some Christians believe in Jesus as prophet. However, Jews don't believe in Jesus as prophet, or God, or son of God.
in the one and only god and that is god the father. that is the same as jesus christChristians believe in the one true God. The God of the Bible (Old and New Testament). God is 3 in one. God the Father, God the Son, and God the holy spirit. He is not a god, He is God.The God that Christians believe in is the same God that Jews as well as Muslims believe in.
AnswerChristians believe that God created people. Whether the body is perfect or not, they believe creation to be a gift.
No Christians believe that there is one God and that God can do anything so they don't believe that there needs to be three gods.
The main conflict in beliefs is that most Christians believe in Jesus as God or son of God while Muslims believe in Jesus (peace be upon him) as one of the greatest prophets and Muslims don't believe in Jesus as God or son of God.
Yes. most Christians, including members of the Catholic Church, believe Jesus to be the son of God.
most Christians don't believe in science because science explains that people evolve from animals whereas Christians believe that people came from god
1. Christians believe in God (the Father) Jesus (the Son) and the Holy Spirit 2. Christians believe that Jesus died on a cross for their sins. 3. Christians believe that Jesus rose from the dead. 4. Christians believe that Jesus will one day return to Earth. 5. Christians believe in Heaven. (where God & Jesus currently are) 6. Christians believe in the Holy Bible as the Word of God 7. Christians believe they Need to follow the 10 commandments 8. Christians believe that Mary the mother of Jesus was a Virgin 9. Christians believe in Miracles. 10. Christians believe they should spread the word of God. (Missionary works)
Christians believe God exists. Not only do Christians believe that God exists but also that He communicates with man.
Muslims believe in the same God as Christians and Jews, the one and only one God the Creator and All-Merciful. However, some Christians believe that Jesus is also God or son of God while Muslims believe that Jesus is one of the greatest God messengers and prophets but not God or son of God. Some Christians believe also that God is three persons (God the Creator, Jesus, and spirit) in one. Something that Muslims don't believe in.