In the complete verbal inspiration and instancy of the whole Bible as originally written, and that the Bible is the all-sufficient rule of faith and practice.
In the personal triune God: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, equal in Divine Perfection.
In the Genesis account of Creation.
That Satan is a fallen angel, the archenemy of God and man, the unholy god of this world, and that his destiny is the eternal lake of fire.
In the virgin birth and sinless humanity of Jesus Christ.
In the Deity of Jesus Christ.
The Holy Spirit is the divine administrator for Jesus Christ in His churches.
That man was created in the image of God and lived in innocence until he fell by voluntary transgression from his sinless state, the result being that all mankind are sinners.
That the suffering and death of Jesus Christ was substitutionary for all mankind, and is effective only to those who believe.
In the bodily resurrection and ascension of Christ and the bodily resurrection of His saints.
In the premillennial, personal, bodily return of Christ as the crowning event of the Gentile Age. This event will include the resurrection of the righteous, and the Millennium will be followed by the resurrection of the unrighteous, and unto eternal punishment in the lake of fire.
The corrupt sinner is saved wholly by grace through faith in Jesus Christ, and the prerequisites to regeneration are repentance toward God and faith in the Lord Jesus Christ, and that the Holy Spirit convicts sinners, regenerates, seals, secures, and dwells in every believer.
That all who trust Jesus Christ for salvation are eternally secure in Him and shall not perish.
That God deals with believers as His Children. He chastises the disobedient.
That Jesus Christ established His church during His ministry on earth, and that it is always a local, visible assembly of scripturally baptized believers in covenant relationship to carry out the commission of the Lord Jesus Christ. Each church is an independent, self-governed body and no other ecclesiastical body may exercise authority over it. That Jesus Christ gave the Great Commission to the New Testament churches only, and that He promised the perpetuity of His churches.
That there are two pictorial ordinances in the Lord’s churches:
Baptism – The immersion of penitent believers in the water, administered by the authority of a New Testament church, in the name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
The Lord’s Supper – A memorial ordinance restricted to the members of the church observing the ordinance.
That there are two divinely appointed offices in a church to be filled by men whose qualifications are set forth in the Holy Scriptures – Pastors, and Deacons.
That all associations, conventions, fellowships, and committees are under the control of the churches.
In the complete separation of the church and state. Affirm belief in the civil obedience, unless the laws and regulations of civil government run contrary to the Holy Scriptures.