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What do we believe?



Protestantism is called the religious-political-social movement that began at the beginning of the 16th century with the aim of reforming the Catholic Church, and which caused the fracture of European religious unity. A monk, Martin Luther, a theology professor, led the movement, arguing that the Church had broken away from the biblical teachings of Jesus, on whom Christianity is based, challenging the authority of the Papacy. The rupture with the Roman Catholic Church launched the Protestant Reformation, defending ideas such as the direct personal relationship of the individual with God without any institution involved or the free interpretation of the Bible. The term Protestant was imposed as a pejorative nickname  for those who followed the ideas of Luther.



The word comes from the Greek  "Euangelion" (Gospel) or good news: ευαγγελιον evangelion, from eu- "good" and angelion "message". be evangelical  it means being a Christian, that is, acting and living according to the good news of the New Testament message. The evangelical term is used to generically designate Protestant Christians and their churches. The word evangelists is often used interchangeably, but the meaning is different since evangelist designates  each of the four disciples of Jesus whose name designates one of the four Gospels of the New Testament.


We live in
  a society without values, it has gone from a society where values were very strict and imposed, to a total and worrying vacuum. In the midst of this situation for us the Bible brings light, especially in the words that Jesus pronounced in the well-known "Sermon on the Mount", which we read in the Gospel Matthew 5,  this can be considered as a decalogue of our values, Jesus specifically speaks of:

Trust in God:
"God blesses those who trust completely in him, because they are part of his kingdom” v.3

"God blesses those who suffer, for he will comfort them." v.4

"God blesses the humble, for they will own the land." v.5

"God blesses those who desire justice, for he will fulfill their desire." V.6

“God blesses those who are compassionate, for he will be compassionate to them.”v.7

"God blesses those who have a pure heart, for they will see God." V.8

"God blesses those who work for peace in the world, for they will be called children of God." V.9


Conflict mediation
"Therefore, if you bring an offering to God to the altar of the temple, and there you remember that someone is angry with you,
  leave the offering before the altar, go immediately to reconcile with that person, and after that return to present your offering to God.” V.23

“Furthermore, you have heard that it was said to the ancients: “You shall not swear falsely, but fulfill your oaths to the Lord.” v.33
“But let your speech be: "Yes, yes" or "No, no", because what is more than this, is evil”. v.37

“You have heard that it was said: “An eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth.” But I say to you: Do not resist him who is evil; but whoever strikes you on the right cheek, turn the other also to him; v.38-39

“To the one who asks you, give him; and whoever wants to borrow from you, do not deny it” v.42

love of neighbor
"You have heard that it was said, "You shall love your neighbor and hate your enemy." But I say to you, Love your enemies, bless those who curse you, do good to those who hate you, and pray for those who despitefully use you. they persecute you, so that you may be children of your Father who is in heaven, who makes his sun rise on the evil and the good and rains on the just and the unjust. If you love those who love you, what reward will you have? Do not the publicans also do the same? And if you only greet your brothers, what do you do more? Do not the Gentiles also do so? V.43-47

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