The Holy Spirit, our God!

  At the core of the Christian faith is the conviction that the Holy Spirit is not a mere spiritual being or angelic spirit but God himself. He is fully God, along with the Father and the Son.   In the words of the Nicene Creed (around AD 381): “And we believe in the Holy…

Community and the Christian Worldview

The idea of community is central to a Christian understanding of life. First, God himself is revealed to be an eternal community of persons, ‘the same in substance, equal in power and glory’. So, community is not an invention by man; it is as timeless as God. At creation, God established a human community by giving…

The Christian basis of Society

What is the basis for human society? How can we justify a society where individual initiative and freedom is upheld, while also maintaining the cohesion and order that every society needs? The answer lies in the Christian doctrine of the Trinity. The Christian worldview understands human society as being not a product of an individual’s will,…

The Trinity

*1. Statement of the Doctrine. The Bible teaches that, while He exists in three Persons, called Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. These are not three persons in the ordinary sense of the word; they are not three individuals, but rather three modes or forms in which the Divine Being exists. At the same time they…