Statement of Faith

The Scriptures in their original form, both the Old and New Testament, are divinely inspired and are the revelation of God to man. All Scripture is God-breathed – the Holy Spirit inspired the authors, revealing to them what He wanted written (Acts 1:16; 2 Tim.3:16; 2 Pet.1:20-21). These scriptures are infallible truth, containing no contradiction or error. It is the final authority for faith, doctrine and life. The canon of the Bible is closed. Christians must remain receptive to the illumination of Scriptural truth by the Holy Spirit (Matt 5:18; John 17:17; Rom.10:17; 15:4; 1 Cor.10:11; 2:13; James 1:21). The Old Testament was endorsed by Jesus Christ as God’s Word. The New Testament is not a contradiction, but a culmination and consummation of Old Testament truth (Matt.5:17; Luke 4:17-21; 24:27, 44; John 5:39; 1 Cor.14:37; 2 Pet.3:15, 16).

The Scriptures in their original form, both the Old and New Testament, are divinely inspired and are the revelation of God to man. All Scripture is God-breathed – the Holy Spirit inspired the authors, revealing to them what He wanted written (Acts 1:16; 2 Tim.3:16; 2 Pet.1:20-21). These scriptures are infallible truth, containing no contradiction or error. It is the final authority for faith, doctrine and life. The canon of the Bible is closed. Christians must remain receptive to the illumination of Scriptural truth by the Holy Spirit (Matt 5:18; John 17:17; Rom.10:17; 15:4; 1 Cor.10:11; 2:13; James 1:21). The Old Testament was endorsed by Jesus Christ as God’s Word. The New Testament is not a contradiction, but a culmination and consummation of Old Testament truth (Matt.5:17; Luke 4:17-21; 24:27, 44; John 5:39; 1 Cor.14:37; 2 Pet.3:15, 16).

The Scriptures in their original form, both the Old and New Testament, are divinely inspired and are the revelation of God to man. All Scripture is God-breathed – the Holy Spirit inspired the authors, revealing to them what He wanted written (Acts 1:16; 2 Tim.3:16; 2 Pet.1:20-21). These scriptures are infallible truth, containing no contradiction or error. It is the final authority for faith, doctrine and life. The canon of the Bible is closed. Christians must remain receptive to the illumination of Scriptural truth by the Holy Spirit (Matt 5:18; John 17:17; Rom.10:17; 15:4; 1 Cor.10:11; 2:13; James 1:21). The Old Testament was endorsed by Jesus Christ as God’s Word. The New Testament is not a contradiction, but a culmination and consummation of Old Testament truth (Matt.5:17; Luke 4:17-21; 24:27, 44; John 5:39; 1 Cor.14:37; 2 Pet.3:15, 16).

The Scriptures in their original form, both the Old and New Testament, are divinely inspired and are the revelation of God to man. All Scripture is God-breathed – the Holy Spirit inspired the authors, revealing to them what He wanted written (Acts 1:16; 2 Tim.3:16; 2 Pet.1:20-21). These scriptures are infallible truth, containing no contradiction or error. It is the final authority for faith, doctrine and life. The canon of the Bible is closed. Christians must remain receptive to the illumination of Scriptural truth by the Holy Spirit (Matt 5:18; John 17:17; Rom.10:17; 15:4; 1 Cor.10:11; 2:13; James 1:21). The Old Testament was endorsed by Jesus Christ as God’s Word. The New Testament is not a contradiction, but a culmination and consummation of Old Testament truth (Matt.5:17; Luke 4:17-21; 24:27, 44; John 5:39; 1 Cor.14:37; 2 Pet.3:15, 16).

The Scriptures in their original form, both the Old and New Testament, are divinely inspired and are the revelation of God to man. All Scripture is God-breathed – the Holy Spirit inspired the authors, revealing to them what He wanted written (Acts 1:16; 2 Tim.3:16; 2 Pet.1:20-21). These scriptures are infallible truth, containing no contradiction or error. It is the final authority for faith, doctrine and life. The canon of the Bible is closed. Christians must remain receptive to the illumination of Scriptural truth by the Holy Spirit (Matt 5:18; John 17:17; Rom.10:17; 15:4; 1 Cor.10:11; 2:13; James 1:21). The Old Testament was endorsed by Jesus Christ as God’s Word. The New Testament is not a contradiction, but a culmination and consummation of Old Testament truth (Matt.5:17; Luke 4:17-21; 24:27, 44; John 5:39; 1 Cor.14:37; 2 Pet.3:15, 16).

The Scriptures in their original form, both the Old and New Testament, are divinely inspired and are the revelation of God to man. All Scripture is God-breathed – the Holy Spirit inspired the authors, revealing to them what He wanted written (Acts 1:16; 2 Tim.3:16; 2 Pet.1:20-21). These scriptures are infallible truth, containing no contradiction or error. It is the final authority for faith, doctrine and life. The canon of the Bible is closed. Christians must remain receptive to the illumination of Scriptural truth by the Holy Spirit (Matt 5:18; John 17:17; Rom.10:17; 15:4; 1 Cor.10:11; 2:13; James 1:21). The Old Testament was endorsed by Jesus Christ as God’s Word. The New Testament is not a contradiction, but a culmination and consummation of Old Testament truth (Matt.5:17; Luke 4:17-21; 24:27, 44; John 5:39; 1 Cor.14:37; 2 Pet.3:15, 16).

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