- I believe in the inerrancy of Scripture, and I think this can account for a lot more than traditionally held. Example: I think one can believe Genesis is metaphorical and still be a biblical inerrantist.
- I affirm the doctrine of the Trinity and the bodily resurrection.
- I believe that Jesus Christ provides the only way of salvation; therefore I would be an exclusivist.
- I hold to the classical view of the atonement (Christus Victor or Ransom), but I do not exclude other models. Although, if pressed, I would loosely hold to the Kaleidoscope model with CV being it's primary -- but not exclusive -- lens.
- I believe in the classical Arminian theological tradition, though I am not entirely convinced by all of it. I have lately begun to go back to the first centuries of the Christian church. St. Gregory of Nyssa is a very convincing fellow.
- I do not affirm that those who reject Christ in this life will suffer eternal conscious torment. I believe they will ultimately cease to exist in their former state of sinfulness.
- I am on the fence between physicalism and dualism, meaning I'm not certain if humans have immortal immaterial souls.
- I wholeheartedly affirm women in ministry, and I (somewhat) lean against supporting gay marriage. I support gay rights in the sense of property and general human rights, but have not been convinced in regards to support gay marriage.
- I am ambiguous in my thoughts on Genesis, though I (somewhat) lean towards a theistic evolution understanding.
- I believe in God's sovereignty and man's responsibility.
- I do not affirm original guilt, but I affirm a form of original sin.
- I believe that social justice is an essential part of the gospel.
- I really dislike ducks. This is my most important point.
- I consider myself theologically progressive, though I would also call myself a conservative evangelical Christian in that I tend to be entirely orthodox in my thinking and prefer the label 'evangelical.'
- I still really dislike ducks. I'm not even certain if God created them.
In short, just your average American individualistic individual attempting to be holistic.