The Abraham Project is an evangelical organization following core beliefs which are defined as follows:

1.) We believe that the Bible is the divinely inspired Word of God and is the sole basis for our faith and conduct. In its original form it is infallible and without error. The Bible is more than just an intellectually stimulating book; it is the manual and guide for our spiritual life. The Word of God is relevant in our everyday life and in the teachings of our church. (Neh. 8:5-6; Luke 4:14-17; 1 Tim. 4:13; 2 Tim. 3:14-17)

2.) We believe that the Gospel is the good news of Christ and His love for all the people of the world (Jn 3:16). The gospel is the power of God for salvation (Rom. 1:16); it is the revelation of the ministry of Jesus Christ (Rom. 16:25); and it is the ministry of the Holy Spirit (2 Cor. 3:8).The Gospel is the love of the Father, incarnate in His Son who came to the earth to save us by an undeserved death on a cross. It is the saving presence of God in Christ Jesus that should be received and lived out by way of the work of the Holy Spirit. The definition of the word gospel is ‘good news’. It is the divine response to the human situation.

3.) We believe that salvation is a gift from God for every human being and is put into effect when a person turns from their sin, receiving forgiveness from God and putting their faith in Jesus Christ. Salvation is given by grace and not by way of any Works done by the recipient because the sacrifice of Jesus Christ is sufficient for our forgiveness. Christ paid one price for all people in all times. ( Jn. 3:16; Ef. 2:8-9; Ro. 1:16; He. 10:12).

4.) We believe in the current manifestation of the gifts of the Spirit in every believer (1 Cor. 12). The essential purpose for the gifts is to express to God, the Body of Christ, and the world our love, the divine power of God, and our Christian testimony in a manner that is edifying to everyone (1 Cor. 12:7).

5.) We believe that God purposed the church to be visibly united in truth given that all Christians come from the same reconciliation by the sacrifice of Christ on the cross. Our unity is given depth by our diversity and should not be confused with conformity. We are brothers and sisters in Christ, and each is a member of the family of God. We share one God and Father and one mind which is the mind of Christ and we are guided by the Holy Spirit. (Ef. 4:13; Gá. 3:16; Ef. 2:16; 1 Co. 12:4-31; Ef. 4:4; Phil. 2:5; Ef. 2:22).

6.) We believe that it is the responsibility of all believers to make the gospel known to all men, announcing what Christ has done through both words and actions (1 Cor. 15:1-8). When we evangelize, we preach the life, death, resurrection, and ascension of Jesus Christ as factual events in human history. We take our example in evangelization from Christ who was first sent to the world to proclaim and live out the Gospel.