They believe in the Father, the Son (Jesus Christ) and Holy Spirit – but not in Trinity.
They also believed that faith is necessary for salvation but should be accompanied by works, and that salvation can also be lost hence, there’s also suspension and excommunication in ADD.
On the other hand, ADD was also known for its unpopular doctrines like no haircuts (even trim) for women, no long hair for men, no jewelries (except wedding rings), no drinking of alcohol, no smoking, no watching in cinema (with some exception e.g.
Daniel Razon’s movies on selected movie houses), no eating of blood stew (dinuguan) and balut (a filipino dish), and (more-like conservative) women’s clothing.
So I attended their indoctrination sessions in the locale of Area-G in Cavite, and on the 27th of June 2003, I got baptized.