Christian Humanists believe in the coexistence of the Christian faith and Humanist principles, which include human rights like freedom and dignity. Christian Humanism leans towards a scientific and rational basis of expl... More »

In some religious traditions, such as Roman Catholicism and certain strands of Protestantism, people believe through the gift of faith. These traditions hold that the Holy Spirit grants this gift of faith, and those who ... More »

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Pentecostals believe that the Holy Spirit is a living manifestation that dwells within Christians. The death and resurrection of Jesus Christ brings them salvation. Pentecostalism is a revivalist form of Protestantism th... More »

The three main principles of faith in Judaism are belief in a single, incorporeal and eternal god who created the entire universe; a set of moral principles that require people to treat one another with dignity and love,... More »

To become a born-again Christian, one must profess his sins, accept that Jesus Christ is the son of God who died for man on the cross, ask God's forgiveness and proclaim his new faith. After following these initial steps... More »

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The Remnant is a self-applied term used by Seventh-Day Adventists to refer to themselves and certain believers in other Christian sects who have a special mission to spread Christ's faith and prepare for the end times an... More »

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Some simple prayers of salvation in the Christian faith are to profess that Jesus Christ died on the cross as payment for mankind's sin and to state acceptance of Christ as a personal savior. A simple prayer of salvation... More »

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