• We believe there is only one God, creator of heaven and earth.
  •  This God exists in three persons, the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. These three are one God, the same in substance, equal in power and glory.
  •  We believe the Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments are our sole authority and the only rule to teach us what we must believe and practice (2 Timothy 3:16-17).
  •  We believe that all are sinners by nature and by choice. All are guilty before God and deserve his wrath and curse forever. Our very best falls short of meeting his righteous demands and cannot merit his favor.
  •  We believe the salvation of sinners is the sovereign work of God alone. As sinners, we cannot contribute to it in any way. Even the faith by which sinners lay hold of Christ is the work of sovereign grace, not the work of sinful nature. We believe that apart from the grace and mercy of God, the sacrifice of Christ on the cross, and his resurrection from the dead, there is no hope for sinners.
  •  Sinners are justified before God by the grace of God alone and through faith alone in Christ alone. We believe any “faith” that does not involve a thorough turning from sin and a purpose of heart to obey Christ’s commands [repentance] is not the faith the gospel demands. Human works form no part of the basis of our justification before God.
  •  We believe there is only one mediator between God and men, the man Christ Jesus.
  •  We believe the new covenant fulfills the spiritual promise of blessing God made to Abraham’s seed. That promise was made, not to any of Abraham’s physical seed [except Christ] as such. Instead, the promise was made to Christ and all who are united to him by faith.
  •  The Law of Moses was intended to be a temporary covenant constituting Israel a nation before God. Though it was not contrary to the promise of God, it was not part of an overarching “covenant of grace.” God never intended this covenant, the ten commandments (Exo. 34:28) to be universal in its scope, nor did he intend it to be perpetual. It began at Mt. Sinai and ended at the cross.
  •  The primary purpose of the law was to demonstrate the true nature of sin as rebellion against God and the impossibility that sinners could ever justify themselves before God. It was a killing and condemning covenant.
  •  The new covenant that fulfills and thus replaces the law is better in every way than is the old covenant. It promises believers forgiveness of sins and an enabling to please God. This the old covenant could never do.
  •  We believe when Christ returns in power and great glory, he will bring to fruition all he accomplished when he ratified the new covenant on the cross.
  • *This is only a brief and incomplete statement of our beliefs. Though we do not hold any creed as authoritative, one of the better confessions of faith to which we would subscribe is the London Confession of 1644.

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