The authority of Scripture is a key issue for the Christian Church in this and every age. Those who profess faith in Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior are called to show the reality of their discipleship by humbly and faithfully obeying God’s written Word. Read on

We affirm that the normative authority of Holy Scripture is the authority of God Himself, and is attested by Jesus Christ, the Lord of the Church. We deny the legitimacy of separating the authority of Christ from the authority of Scripture, or of opposing the one to the other. Read on



We affirm that there is only one living God who is infinite in being and perfection, a most pure spirit, invisible, and absolutely distinct from His creation. We deny any and all views of God that negate or deviate from the traditional Judeo-Christian concept of God, including Atheism… Read on


We affirm that the Triune God has reigned sovereignly as King of the universe throughout all time, both before and since the Incarnation and will continue to reign eternally. Read on

We affirm that Christ, out of love and concern for the nourishment, concord, unity, correction, and purity of His Body, has instituted and established through His Word certain ordinances for the discipline of the Church . Read on


We affirm that man is a cultural being. We deny that any group of people can function apart from cultural realities. Read on

Civic actions are relevant to all members of the group, because no one in society can function long without affecting others. Choices have consequences, not only for one’s self, but for others also. In society we live with and in dependence on others. Read on

The Bible speaks often about the things of value in this world and of our stewardship for them under God’s mandate. The Biblical references included here are representative of principles that are pervasive through the text of Holy Writ…Read on
 

We affirm that Christians of all nations are called to show love and mercy to Jewish people and to call them to repentance as with other peoples as part of their witness. Read on

We affirm that the tri-personal God[1] of the Christian Bible is the only ultimate and proper Lawgiver and Judge in this universe[2] Who alone determines and defines truth,[3] good and evil,[4] justice and injustice,[5] liberty and enslavement.[6] Read on