… that the Holy Bible was written by men supernaturally inspired, and is the supreme standard by which all human conduct, creeds and opinions should be tried.
… we further believe that the King James Version (AV 1611) is the Word of God preserved in the English language.
… that there is one and only one living and true God and that He is existent in the triune God-head—the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit.
… that the Holy Spirit is a divine person equal with the Father and the Son and of the same nature.
… that Satan was once holy, but fell through pride and now stands as the accuser of the brethren.
… the Genesis account of creation and that it is to be accepted literally.
… that man was created in innocence but voluntarily fell from his sinless state.
… that Jesus was begotten of the Holy Spirit in a miraculous way, born of the virgin Mary.
… that the salvation of sinners is wholly of grace, provided for by the finished work of the Cross of Calvary.
… that in order to be saved, a sinner must be born again.
… that the blessing of salvation is free to all and that nothing prevents the salvation of a sinner other than their own voluntary rejection of the Gospel.
… that repentance and faith are solemn obligations, and also inseparable graces.
… that the Local Church is a congregation of immersed believers of like faith and that it has the right of self-government free from interference of any hierarchy of individuals or organizations.
… Baptism and the Lord’s Supper are the two ordinances given to today’s New Testament Churches.
… that true believers are saved to the end, preserved through the power of God.
… and accept the sacred Scriptures at their face and full value concerning the Resurrection and Premillenial Return of Christ and related events.
… the sign gifts of tongues, interpretation of tongues, miracles and healing were given to men in the first century to found the Church, prior to the completion of the Scripture, and are not given to men today.
… the command to give the gospel to the world is unmistakable and this Commission is given to all Churches.
… Scriptural giving is one of the fundamentals of the faith, and that under grace we are to give, and do not pay, the tithe.