There is one God, existing in 3 persons (the Holy Trinity): God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit who is eternal, immutable, omnipresent, omniscient, sovereign, and holy.
God has revealed all that is necessary for life and salvation in His word, the Holy Scriptures. The Bible was written by men under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit. The scriptures are God-breathed, infallible, and inerrant. There is only one infallible interpretation of scripture which can only be confirmed by scripture itself.
God created Adam perfect and holy. Through Adam’s willful disobedience, all men are dead in sin. The noetic effect of sin has defiled all of man’s soul and body. Man is unable to love God by his own free will and is dependent on God’s irresistible grace for conversion.
God has predestined a people, unto life, for His own glory. This election is not based on any decision or merit of man and is wholly based upon God’s free grace.
God sent his Son Jesus Christ into the world, born of a virgin by the Holy Spirit, to live on behalf of His elect people a life of perfect righteousness devoid of sin. Christ accomplished this work through both passive and active obedience and did so having a nature that is fully God and fully man.
Christ was crucified to satisfy the wrath of God to atone and reconcile for his elect people. Jesus is proven to be the divine Christ prophesied in scripture by evidence of his resurrection. Christ is now seated at the right hand of the Father having all authority over Heaven and earth.
Upon the ascension of Christ, God has poured out his Holy Spirit to work through his Word. The work of the Holy Spirit includes drawing the sinner to repentance and sanctifying the elect.
The elect of God are counted righteous by faith alone in Christ as Savior and by his imputed righteousness.
Perseverance of the Saints
Those whom God has called will never fall away from His grace and will persevere to the end, not by their own subjective faith or works but solely by the sustaining power of God.
All believers are duty-bound, if possible, to be a member of a local church under the shepherding and accountability of church leadership. All believers are bound to participate in the sacraments of baptism and communion practiced in the local church body.
Jesus Christ will return to judge the world. His elect will inherit everlasting life while the wicked will endure everlasting punishment.