Our Doctrine

The doctrine of the Primitive Baptist Churches is clearly established in the Bible. Following is a brief outline.

We believe in the Divine Sovereignty of God. That God has all power in Heaven and on Earth. He rules and reigns today as the King of Kings and Lord of Lords. That Jesus Christ is God and He accomplished our eternal salvation. Through Him and Him alone we have been given the free gift of eternal salvation. Romans 6:23 For the wages of sin is death; but the gift of God is eternal life through Jesus Christ our Lord.

We believe in the Complete Depravity of Man. This means that man in his fallen depraved state is vile, and by no means of his own is fit for the presence of God. Romans 3:10-18, Isaiah 64:6-7. 

WE believe in the Unconditional Election of God’s people by Himself, God’s election of His people is not dependent upon man’s good, but solely by His sovereign choosing. Romans 8:29, 9:11, and Ephesians 1:4

We believe in Particular Redemption, That is that God died only for that portion of mankind that was given Him by the Father before the world began, St. John 17:2-4, Matthew 1:21

We believe in the Effectual Calling by the Grace of God, or in other terms regeneration, born again, Jesus states ( John 6:37-40) “All that the Father giveth me shall come to me”. Just as Lazarus was unable to resist the call of Jesus from natural death to life.  So every person that Jesus calls from spiritual death to spiritual life is unable to restrain himself from that call, John 3:1-8, 5:24-25, 6:44.

We believe that all the chosen, redeemed, and born again children of God will be preserved in Christ Jesus. This means that all of God’s elect will live in eternity with Him, regardless of our own works of righteousness or lack thereof, Romans 8:38-39.

Jesus came to do His Father’s will (John 6:36-37),” And this is Father’s will which hath sent me that of all which He hath given me I should lose nothing, but raise it up at the last day”, we believe that Jesus Christ is perfectly able to finish that which He was sent to do.

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