The sole authority of the Church is the Bible, verbally inspired, inerrant, infallible, and totally sufficient and trustworthy and that the authority and sufficiency of Scripture extends to the entire Bible, and therefore that the Bible is our final authority for all doctrine and practice.
The Bible reveals God to be infinite in all His perfections, and thus truly omniscient, omnipotent, timeless and self-existent. We further believe that God possesses perfect knowledge of all things, past, present, and future, including all human thoughts, acts, and decisions.
About the Trinity:
The doctrine of the Trinity is a Christian essential, bearing witness to the reality of the one true God in three divine persons, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, each of the same substance and perfections.
About Jesus Christ:
Jesus Christ is true God and true Man, in perfect union throughout His incarnation and now eternally. We also believe that Christ died on the cross as a substitute for sinners, as a sacrifice for sin, and as a propitiation of the wrath of God toward sinners. We believe the death, burial, and bodily resurrection of Christ as being essential to the Gospel.
Salvation is all of grace, and that the Gospel is revealed to us in doctrines that most faithfully exalt God’s sovereign purpose to save sinners and His determination to save His redeemed people by grace alone, through faith alone, in Christ alone, to His glory alone and we believe that the Gospel of Jesus Christ is God’s means of bringing salvation to His people, that sinners are commanded to believe the Gospel, and that the church is commissioned to preach and teach the Gospel to all nations.
Salvation comes to those who truly believe and confess that Jesus Christ is Lord. We believe that sinners are justified only through faith in Christ, and that justification by faith alone is both essential and central to the Gospel. We believe that the righteousness of Christ is imputed to believers by God’s decree alone, and that this righteousness, imputed to the believer through faith alone, is the only righteousness that justifies.
About End Times:
Our only sure and confident hope is in the sure and certain promises of God. Thus, our hope is an eschatological hope, grounded in our confidence that God will bring all things to consummation in a manner that will bring greatest glory to His own name, greatest preeminence to His Son, and greatest joy for His redeemed people.