One God, inhabiting light unapproachable, yet everywhere present by universal spirit (irradiant from himself), revealed to Israel and manifested in
Jesus of Nazareth, a mortal man, who was
Born of Mary, by the Holy Spirit, and thus constituted the Son of God; he was
Put to death as a "sin offering";
Exalted to the heavens "until the restitution of all things," thus confirming
The Promises made to Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob,
The Covenant, made with David, which have realisation in
The Second (personal) Coming of Jesus to the earth;
The Resurrection and Judgment of the whole household of God (just and unjust);
The bestowal of Immortality on those who are found worthy, and appointed rulers in his kingdom;
The condemnation of the unworthy to the second death; the enthronement of
Jesus Christ, the King of the Jews, and of the whole earth; the establishment of
The Kingdom of God (the kingdom of Israel) in the Holy Land; involving
The Restoration of the Jews from dispersion; the
Destruction of the Devil and his works, scripturally understood as sin and the lusts of the flesh, in every mode of manifestation, and the
Subjugation of all kingdoms and republics on earth.
The kingdom, in its mediatorial phase, will last one thousand years, and will destroy "all enemies," including death itself.
The human race is essentially mortal, under the law of sin and death.
Jesus, the Christ, through death and resurrection, brought immortality to light.
Salvation is attainable only by the belief of the things concerning the Kingdom of God and the Name of Jesus Christ; and
Baptism (i.e., immersion) in water, for a union with that name.
It is necessary to understand the Old Testament in order to a correct New Testament faith.
A triply-compounded God, without body and parts, defined as "Father, Son, and Holy Ghost."
Jesus Christ, the Son, yet "very God," incarnated and killed, to appease the wrath of that part of the triume God that remained unincarnate.
The Devil, a fallen but immortal archangel, the enemy of mankind and great antagonist of the Diety; some think he is mortal, and to be finally destroyed.
Man, an immortal ghost, tabernacling in an animal body.
The translation of righteous immortal ghosts or souls (leaving the body in the article of death), to kingdoms beyond the bounds of space. The descent of the wicked immortal ghosts and souls at the same crisis of experience, to a hell of fire and brimstone, to be tormented by devils throughout eternity.
Face-sprinkling in infancy, a means of salvation.
Infants and idiots saved whether sprinkled or not.
Salvation achieved by good works.
Baptism (immersion may be practiced, but is not essential to salvation).
The heathen will be saved without believing the gospel.
Purgatory, a state or place for the purgation of souls.
The resurrection, a re-uniting of the body and soul, in order that the souls of the wicked may be brought up from hell, and the souls of the righteous from heaven, for judgment.
The resurrected bodies of the righteous, spiritual, while the bodies of the rejected are fleshly bodies, in the judgment.
The unjust (according to others) not subject to a resurrection.
The Kingdom of God the "Church."
The kingdom, a state of bliss above the stars.
Sabbath observance required of Gentiles.
"Conversion," a change effected by the Holy Spirit, without a knowledge of the Scriptures.
The One Faith not necessary to salvation; any faith, with mortality, being saving.
"Conversion of the world" by the preaching of the gospel.
The Old Testament superseded by the New Testament.