WHERE WE STAND AS FUNDAMENTALISTS:
The Holy Scriptures, consisting of the Old and New Testaments as originally written, are the plenary [complete in all respects] and verbally inspired Word of God.
The King James Bible, consisting of the Old and New Testament is the preserved Word of God for English speaking people.
In the unity of the Godhead there are three persons, The Father, The Son, and The Holy Spirit, equal in every Divine Perfection, and executing distinct, but harmonious offices in the great work of Redemption.
The Lord Jesus Christ, as the eternal Son of God, became man through being supernaturally implanted by the Holy Spirit and born of the virgin Mary. He became our Saviour by the shedding of His blood through His substitutionary death on the cross. His bodily resurrection from the dead completed His work here on earth.
The Salvation of the lost as a gift of God brought to mankind by grace and is received by personal faith in the finished work of the Lord Jesus Christ. His present high-priestly ministry is in heaven as an all-sufficient Saviour seated at the right hand of the Father.
The total depravity of all mankind incurred both physical and spiritual death as a result of the original fall of the whole human race in Adam, thus requiring a “new birth.”
Heaven as the future abode of the saved and Lake of Fire as the future abode of the lost.
The resurrection of the body as a truth taught in the Scripture, will literally occur and is evidenced in the physical resurrection of Christ Himself as the first fruit.
The “blessed hope” is a term that includes the Personal, Visible, Pretribulation, Premillenial, and Imminent return of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. (Commonly referred to as the RAPTURE.)
The grace of giving is based upon the amount God has prospered us. Therefore the tithe is a guide for our minimum giving.
The Scriptures teach that sanctification is three fold: positional – at the time of salvation, progressive – the Christian walk of a holy life, ultimate – perfection at the return of Christ.