Doctrine can be a complicated thoelogical and philosophical issue. Revolution holds to three different types of doctrine:
1. Essential: Doctrines that are necessary to believe for someone to call themself a Christian.
2. Significant: Doctrines that are not essential, or necessary to salvation, but are nevertheless important to correct beliefs.
3. Non-essential: These are beliefs that may not be considered in the upper levels of importance, but for those interested, Revolution supports and teaches them.
The very nature of Revolution is one that seeks to be open to everyone. So, despite the fact that we get very specific in what we teach Revolution understands that there is a wide range of acceptable beliefs within Christianity (know as the pale of orthodoxy, if you wanted to know).
Some of the core members of Revolution do not hold to every part of the doctrinal statement, yet they are our brothers and sisters in Christ and good friends. There is room for disagreement.
To view our doctrinal statement click here.