The divine inspiration of the Old and New Testaments; that they are the Word of God, and in them is the final authority and sufficiency for all matters pertaining to faith and conduct.
The oneness and sovereignty of the Godhead and the divine co-equality of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
The virgin conception of the Lord Jesus Christ; his perfect life and obedience to the Father; his vicarious and substitutionary death on the cross; his bodily resurrection and his present mediatorial work at the Father's right hand.
The fact of, and the necessity for, the ministry of the Holy Spirit in regeneration, conversion, sanctification, and in all worship and witness.
The dignity and worth of all men and women as made in the image of God.
The fall of all people into sin, and the necessity of the new birth for salvation.
The justification of the sinner solely by faith in the person and work of the Lord Jesus Christ.
The resurrection of the body, the eternal life of the saved, and the everlasting punishment of the unsaved.
The personal return of the Lord Jesus Christ.
The church as a body of people who have been called by the Father, redeemed by the Son, and regenerated by the Holy Spirit.
Baptism as an outward physical sign of our spiritual union with Christ by the Holy Spirit.
The Lord's Supper as a symbol of the life and death of Christ for our salvation.