C. Michael Patton has an interesting quiz over at Parchment & Pen.
I just want to say it's been a long, long time since there was an Ecumenical Council for the Universal Church. Those who consider certain 'beliefs' to be required for salvation really owe it to themselves to go read the creeds and councils of the 1st eight centuries.
BEFORE you read my responses go to the link above [click the word 'quiz'] and read the rules and questions. Each statement is graded 1-6 in order of importance.
1. Belief in the full deity of Christ 2
2. Belief in sola fide (belief that salvation is by faith alone, without the addition of any works) 2
3. Belief in the existence of God 1
4. Belief in the pre-tribulational rapture of the Church 5
5. Belief that the witch of Endor saw the Spirit of Samuel, not a demonic representation (1 Sam. 28:15) 4
6. Belief in inerrancy (that the Bible does not have any errors in doctrine, history, or science) 2 perhaps 3
7. Belief that believers, upon death, go directly into the presence of Christ, not into a state of spiritual unconsciousness until the resurrection (i.e. you deny soul-sleep) 2-3
8. Belief that Christ is fully God and fully Man 2
9. Belief that the book of 2 Peter should be part of the New Testament canon 2
10. Belief that the Gospel of John should be part of the New Testament canon 2
11. Belief that the doctrine of purgatory is false 3
12. Belief in the doctrine of the Trinity (i.e. there is one God who eternally exist in three distinct persons, all of which are fully God, all of which are equal) 2
13. Belief in the inspiration of Scripture 2
14. Beliefs about the age of the earth 2
15. Belief that Adam and Eve were real people, not simply symbolic of mankind 2
16. Belief in the eternal security of the believer/perseverance of the saints (i.e. that a true believe can never lose their salvation) 6
17. Belief that Jesus will come again 2
18. Belief that Jesus rose bodily from the grave 2
19. Belief in imputed sin (i.e. that we are held guilty by God for the sin of Adam) 2-3
20. Belief in personal sin (i.e. that all people have sinned) 2
21. Belief in the penal substitutionary view of the atonement (i.e. that Christ’s death on the cross was a substitute penalty required by God for payment for your sins) 3-4
22. Belief in monotheism (i.e. there is only one God) 2
23. Belief in sola Scriptura (i.e. that the Scripture is our ultimate and only infallible authority and that no council or pope is infallible) 2
24. Belief that homosexuality is a sin 2
25. Belief that abortion is a sin 2
Should I qualify any of my responses?