Church Teaches

Some articles on church, church teaches:

Seventh-Day Evangelist Church - Fundamental Beliefs
... The Seventh-Day Evangelist Church has 25 fundamental beliefs ... The Evangelist Church believes that for a person to become a Christian they must experience new birth now and not when Jesus returns ... The church teaches that when Jesus came the first time He came to save ...
Christian Soteriology - Catholicism - Salvation of Non-Catholics
... In Catholicism, Christ provides the Church with "'the fullness of the means of salvation' which he has willed correct and complete confession of faith, full sacramental life, and ordained ministry ... to those who explicitly believe in Christ and have entered the Church ... to come to know or accept the Gospel revelation or to enter the Church ...
Liberal Catholic Church International - Beliefs
... The Church maintains a high level of intellectual liberty for its members in such matters as the interpretation of creeds, as well as freedom of conscience ... of Belief, no definitive statement of "Official Teachings" of the Church existed ... many inquiries of persons interested knowing more about the Church, the General Episcopal Synod saw fit in 1994 to assemble a list of teachings that they felt ...
Beliefs And Practices Of The Church Of Jesus Christ Of Latter-day Saints - Theology and Doctrine - Plan of Salvation
... The plan of salvation, or "The Great Plan of Happiness," as taught by the church, describes humanity's place in the universe and the purpose of life ... The church teaches that there was a pre-mortal existence, a place which existed prior to mortality in which all people and all life were created in spirit form ... stated as "We lived in the presence of God." The earth, according to church teachings in the temples, was created by Jehovah, which the church identifies as the pre-mortal Jesus, and Michael the archangel ...

Famous quotes containing the words teaches and/or church:

    We learn the influence of our will from experience alone. And experience only teaches us, how one event constantly follows another; without instructing us in the secret connexion, which binds them together, and renders them inseparable.
    David Hume (1711–1776)

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    —Mary Church Terrell (1863–1954)