What the Bible says, God, says. The foundation of what we know to be true about the Bible is the inspiration or expiration of Scripture. It comes to us from God.
God is one and God is three. There is a plurality within the Godhead but the three persons are one in unity. May we be led to worship our triune God as we seek to understand Him in His trinitarian nature. Praise the Father, praise the Son, and praise the Holy Spirit.
If we want to know God and see His glory His character, His person must be revealed to us. Moses asked God to see His glory but Moses heard more than He saw. He saw the back of God but He heard a beautiful, glorious declaration of God’s character. This is our God.
Jesus is the second person of the Trinity, truly God and truly man.
The Holy Spirit is the third person of the Trinity. He is personal and not a force. He is a person who has intellect, emotions, and a will.
All people are guilty before God because of sin. Sin affects every part of our being so that we are without excuse.
At the heart and core of biblical Christianity lies the important teaching of the atonement made by Jesus Christ. The apostle Paul wrote: “For I delivered to you as of first importance what I also received: that Christ died for our sins in accordance with the Scriptures,” (1 Cor. 15:3). The gospel according to Paul included that he gave first place to the historical fact that the sinless, bodily resurrected Christ “died for our sins.”