I am a Christian programmer, math-lover, and student. I am nondenominational, which means that I don't follow any official Christian organization. I associate with the open brethren movement. It's not considered a denomination because it doesn't have a headquarters or follow any central leadership except that of Christ. I believe that all who are true Christians are one in Christ and in his universal church regardless of denominations, but I also believe that there are true believers and false believers in every denomination.
I believe that the Bible is the ultimate source of truth. I believe that God the father, Jesus the Son, and the Holy Spirit are one and yet three. I believe that Jesus became fully a man while being fully God, that He died, and that He rose again to save us from sin. I believe that God will save all who believe on Him with a living faith as describe in James 2. I believe that sacraments such as baptism and communion are symbols of what God has done for believers spiritually. I also believe that when I get to heaven, I'll say about at least one of my beliefs about the Bible, "Ohhhhhhhh... how did I not realize I was wrong?"