The following is a statement of our position on basic doctrines. As once stated by a great ambassador, “There are certain basic Christian truths about which there must be agreement. On all other doctrines there should be liberty. In all things there must be charity. “It is our resolution to take an uncompromising stand on the essential doctrines of the faith, and extend “the right hand of fellowship” to all who hold to them. It is also our resolution to protect the liberty of Christians to hold different perspectives on the “non-essential” doctrines.
There are doctrines we may consider non-essential, but which are important. We therefore make known our beliefs, while presenting them with tolerance toward those whom may hold a different position. We are committed to truth and accuracy in doctrine, but also understand that one can hold right doctrines and still do damage to the body of Christ by causing divisions over the non-essentials. We are therefore just as committed to the essential Christian character, believing that “In all things there must be charity.” As the apostle stated, “The goal of our instruction is love, from a pure heart and a sincere faith” (I Timothy 1:5). That, too, is our goal and commitment as we promote the following teachings that we hold as truth: