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What we believe

We Believe ...
that the whole Bible from Genesis 1:1 to Revelation 22:21, is the verbally inspired and infallible Word of God.  We believe that God has perfectly preserved His Word for us today. The King James Version is the only faithful English translation of the preserved Greek and Hebrew texts, and is the only translation used by Calvary Baptist Church.

We Believe ...
that Jesus Christ was born of Mary, a virgin, that He is the Son of God, and God the Son.

 

We Believe ...
that Jesus Christ died for our sins, according to the Scriptures; the just for the unjust, that He might bring us to God.

We Believe ...
that Jesus Christ rose bodily from the grave the third day, according to the Scriptures. 

 

We Believe ...
that only Jesus Christ is the High Priest, and we need not the intercession of any man, but that Christ ever liveth to make intercession for us. 

We Believe ...
that Jesus Christ will come again in person, bodily, visibly, to establish His Kingdom on the earth. 

 

We Believe ...
that in order to be saved, the soul must be born-again.  This is done by personal faith in the Lord Jesus Christ, and repentance of sins against a Holy God. (John 3:7 and Ephesians 2:8,9)

We Believe ...
that every born-again believer should declare his faith by the act of baptism (immersion in water) setting forth the Lord's death, burial and resurrection. 

We Believe ...
that the church is a local body of baptized believers, whose mission is not to"reform the world" but to preach the Gospel of Salvation to the individual soul. 

We Believe ...
marriage is the voluntary union of one man and one woman to the exclusion of all others, and that sexual intimacy was designed and given by God, to be legitimately enjoyed only within the bounds of marriage as defined by Scripture.  We also believe that Christians should neither marry unbelievers, nor enter into any other spiritually detrimental alliances with them. 

We Stand ...
opposed to the modern-day charismatic movement, which is ecumenical in character, and unscriptural in doctrine.

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