Who We Are?
How We Got Here
The contributors and editors of Christos are Christians who care deeply about sharing the Christian faith with the world. All people should have access to God’s truth, in our opinion. Therefore, knowing God and better understanding the Christian faith encourages and motivates us to serve people all around the world.
Our goal is to inform and encourage those who are seeking a deeper connection with Jesus Christ and the truths taught in the Bible via the use of our text, audio, and video resources. These materials showcase the rich history of Christianity while also providing new, biblically sound information.
Christos’s blog is arranged according to the traditional headings of Christian thought: God, the Bible, the Church, Christian Theology, and Christian Life. Each main heading is further broken down into subheadings covering topics of interest to Christians across the board, such as apologetics, art and culture, church history, devotionals, family, Jesus, salvation, politics, prayer, worship, and so on. You may find the answers to all of your Christian-related questions on our wiki, which covers topics such as the Bible, God, the Christian life, the Church, and much more. We strive to do this by featuring articles from respected Christian authors, speakers, and thinkers that are up-to-date, informative, and helpful to readers.
Profession of Faith
We hold that the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit are the three divine beings who make up the one true God.
The Bible is God’s written revelation to humanity, and we hold that the original manuscripts were divinely inspired and inerrant.
Jesus Christ is God the Son, who was conceived by the Holy Spirit and born of the Virgin Mary. He lived a spotless life and performed miraculous acts. He died on the cross for our sins and was raised from the dead.
We acknowledge the Holy Spirit as a divine, personal being who initiates spiritual transformation in the lives of people who haven’t previously accepted Christ and who permanently resides within those who have accepted Him, giving them the power to live holy lives.
We hold that man was made in God’s likeness but fell from grace and became estranged from the Creator. Accepting God’s gift of salvation, which was made possible by Christ’s crucifixion, is the only way to end that estrangement.
Editorial Standards and Procedures
Experts in many fields of Bible study and the Christianity.com editorial staff vet and back up all published articles. When our readers have questions about Christianity, we make sure they get the finest answers available, straight from reliable sources. We use a multi-step editorial process that includes fact-checking and a theological evaluation to ensure the veracity and reliability of all published material.
Professionals with a heart for spreading the gospel, that sums up our team of writers. Members of our writing staff have extensive backgrounds in ministry and education, and include pastors, authors, counselors, professors, and teachers. The following are examples of the work of some of our writers.
In a holy and almighty God
In the verbal and total inspiration of the Old and New Testaments
In Jesus Christ, Son of the Eternal God
In the Holy Spirit
In Imago Dei
That salvation is a gift of God brought to man by grace
In the physical resurrection of man
That the universal church is a spiritual institution