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There are several assumptions with that I will start before talking my confession. The initial assumption is that Jesus, who was crucified, is Lord and that God has raised him from the dead. Another premise is that besides the very first assumption, any and all other aspects of my confession may be faulty or incorrect. My beliefs about the nature of Scripture, God, Creation, Humanity and Sin, Jesus Christ, Salvation, Holy Spirit, and the Church, though related to the centrality of the gospel, the gospel in itself is not contingent upon many these things. Therefore, though my confession in connection with the aforementioned beliefs might change over time and with experience, the central belief of the gospel of Jesus Christ, however, won't ever change. In connection to the centrality of the gospel, I feel that the God who raised Jesus from the dead is that the creator of all things, and is inherently good, that God is opposed to evil on the planet. I feel that God will eventually bring a last judgment and recovery to all things, that will revive the universe and the evil inside it. While I feel every one these things, supplied from the signs of scripture, I don't believe I will ever know all things of God and theology in this lifetime and perhaps shouldn't be concerned with the knowledge of all matters of God and these things related to God. The writers of the biblical text weren't worried about understanding all things of God, but rather, having connection with God and trusting in that relationship. It is with those assumptions that I begin my confession. This confession attempts to: (1) Convey a theology of Scripture, God, Creation, Humanity and Sin, Jesus Christ, Salvation, Holy Spirit, the Church and Ministry; and (2)...