I believe that
…orthodox Christianity is, in effect, churchianity and is thus a departure from the faith taught in the Bible. The solution is not to reform church but rather to abandon it and pursue Jesus Christ instead.
…everyone goes to heaven. No one is excluded from the ultimate redemption of God – all human beings go to heaven, believing and unbelieving alike.
…we should all repent because all of us are being judged by God and will be judged by God. Morality matters. The Bible calls it righteousness. Pursuing it for Jesus’ sake should be our prevailing waking thought. It is the purpose for which we were put here.
…no one has to go to church. God doesn’t sanction church; He doesn’t care about churchgoing. Jesus came that each human being might relate directly to God, all day long, without human intermediary.
…Jesus Christ has already come again. That happened late in the 1st Century A.D. When He came, He came as God – that’s why no one physically saw Him.
…there is only one God. There is no Trinity. That concept was devised as church theologians tried to reconcile Jesus’ divinity with the fact that He had not yet returned. Had they realized that His return was in His divine nature, they would not have had to construct such a strange concept. They also would not have perpetuated church; instead they would have sought the kingdom of God.
…I believe the resurrected Jesus Christ is God of all of us, and that religious labels like Christian and Muslim, or even nonreligious labels like atheist and agnostic, have no meaning to Him.
Explanation of these and related ideas can be found at this page.