know some like eating rules , prayer , confession of sin ,baptize , exorcism ...and the women hood thing. and violence viewpoint and ten commandments ... sexual sin....
what else ?
what else ?
You've just brought up the entire bible. What specifically are you looking for? What scared you here?
2 tim 3:16 -17 says all scripture is given by inspiration of God and is profitable for reproof, correction and instruction in righteousness that the man of God may be made perfect, thoroughly furnished unto all good worksThere are no eating rules. You are allowed to eat whatever you want. Yes, the Old Testament says that you can't but in the New Testament, God sent Jesus to die and that was enough of a sacrifice. You don't need to worry about those anymore. Prayer is a must. You must pray to God because that's your fellowship with him. Confession of sin is a must to become a Christian. Look up the ABCs of Christianity. It'll tell you all you need to know about that. Baptism is not required. The only thing you need is to follow the ABCs of christianity. Baptism is merely just a way of saying that you are saved and cleaned by Jesus Christ. What do you mean by exorcism? Exorcism is what Jesus did and his disciples. Exorcism has nothing to do with Christianity. Unless you mean that when you are saved you are automatically blocked by demons and Satan to come and control you then yes. Exorcism is already in place for Christians. What women hood thing? Could you be more specific? And there are many different ways to look at a violence viewpoint, be more specific on that too. Ten Commandments are what is needed to be follow, but it doesn't decide you being a Christian, merely a good person. Sexual sin is that you must NOT have premarital sex with anyone. That is definitely a sin.
I would say you covered most of it. The only thing you didn't include is devotionals and reading your Bible every day. You also need to go to church and get involved within the church you get into. There is no necessary branch of church you need to go to. I go to a Baptist church but some go to a Methodist or just Ordinary Christian. They have some differences but not enough to waver from the actual point on being a Christian.
Good luck on your walk with Christ.