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Compare Religions: God

Compare the beliefs of various Christian denominations concerning the nature of God.

See note below about consistency of beliefs*



A personal Being that is invisible and spiritual  in nature. He is Omnipotent, Omniscient, and Omnipresent.

Assemblies of God

The one and only God composed of three beings: the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. Created the heavens and the earth and redeemed all mankind.


An infinite and eternal Spirit. He is the source and support of all things.  He has no form of body and is the same perfect spirit from the beginning. 


A spirit and has no definite form or limitations. He permeates the universe and is the same unchangeable substance from the beginning. Spiritual-incorporeal.

Christian Scientist

A divine mind.  Mind, Spirit, Truth, Life, Principle, Love and Soul (when Capitalized) are synonyms for God. Has no physical form. Is the source and substance of man's true being.

Church of God in Christ

The Father, the Son, and the Holy Ghost form one God together, creating the Trinity.

Church of
Jesus Christ

The Eternal Father with a body of flesh and bones, tangible as man's. He is an exalted personage, with an immortal body.  His power is Omnipresent therefore He is Omniscient and Omnipresent.

Disciples of Christ

Speculation as to the nature and kind of being that God is, is left to the individual. The most important belief for a person to have is the belief in Jesus Christ, as our Savior.

Eastern Orthodox

A spiritual personal substance and as an infinite spirit, He is everywhere at the same time. He is the same unchangeable substance from the beginning.


A personal, infinite, transcending and  eminent spirit.  He has no form, body, parts or passions, so that His divinity will not be lost.

Jehovah's Witness

God is Jehovah, who sent Christ, Jesus to earth to perform the ransom sacrifice. God is the leader of  the Jehovah's Witnesses and of no other people on earth. God's primary purpose is to vindicate his name.


A spirit, absolute Personality, eternal and has no body or parts (of in-comprehensible shape) has power,Omniscient and Omnipresent.


A personal spirit without parts or body.  In the Godhead there are three persons, of one substance, power, and eternity. Consists of the Father, Son, Holy Ghost.


A spirit and has not form or shape. Man is created in the image of God only in the moral or spiritual sense, and not in the physical sense.


What is known about God is experimentally known. God is experienced through the "Inward Light" which is the spirit of "Christ within". Belief in Imminence of God rather than his Transcendence.


A spirit, no tranquility or materiality. Not transcendent but eminent and is traditionally anti-Trinitarian. Opinion ranges from Fatherhood of God to agnostic humanism, humanizing human values.

United Church of Christ

Member of the Holy Trinity with Christ and will judge all men. Is an Eternal Spirit. There is no dogma concerning any physical  nature.

*Because specific teachings and beliefs can vary from congregation to congregation, some beliefs above may only be accurate in certain congregations or regions. Only the Catholic Church and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints have teachings (doctrine) that come from one central place and remain the same world-wide.

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