Thank you for asking…..
The Amish do believe in Jesus Christ as the Son of God. They also believe in the Trininty.
At a very young age I was taught about Jesus and God. My mother would spend all day on Sunday (the sundays when there was no church service,they only have services every two weeks) telling us Bible stories. Our Bible,prayer &song books were in High German,a different dialect than what we spoke at home (Pennsylvania Dutch),therefore I had a hard time understanding what I was reading.
During one of my searches through my mothers things I found a book and quickly realized it was the Bible in English. For quite some time I hid that book under the mattress of my bed so my siblings would not get it. Many of the Bible stories that I did know about I learned from that book. Actually my siblings and I read that book so much that it eventually fell apart and after we moved from one state to another I never found that book again.
I was baptized at 18 years old while on my knees with three drips of water poured on my head,representing Father Son and Holy Ghost. For the Amish baptism is not only about accepting God but also it means you have promised to always follow the rules of the church to the best that you can and on top of that you have promised to never leave the church. Hell is the only option if you do break rule or leave and do not repent and ask for forgiveness in front of the whole church.
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