There is one God, the Creator and Sustainer of all things, infinite in being and perfection. He exists eternally in three Persons: the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit, who are of one substance and equal in power and glory.
The sixty-six canonical books of the Bible as originally written were inspired of God, hence free from error. They constitute the only infallible guide in faith and practice.
Man and woman, created in the image of the Triune God, through disobedience fell from their sinless state when tempted by Satan. Their rebellion plunged the entire human race into a state of sin and brought upon it the condition of spiritual and eternal death from which salvation comes only by the grace of God, through faith, on the basis of the work of Christ and by the agency of the Holy Spirit.
The eternally pre-existent Son was conceived by the Holy Spirit and was born of the Virgin Mary as Jesus Christ, in whom divine and human natures were united in one Person, both natures being whole, perfect and distinct. To accomplish salvation, He lived a sinless life and died on the cross as the sinner’s substitute, shedding His blood for the remission of sins. On the third day He rose bodily from the dead. He ascended to the right hand of the Father where He performs the ministry of intercession. He will come again, personally and visibly, to complete His saving work and to consummate the eternal plan of God.
The Holy Spirit is the third Person of the Triune God. It is He who regenerates all who believe in the saving work of Christ. By justification, He gives believers a right standing before God: by sanctification He enables them to live a holy life: by glorification He brings to perfection the work of salvation in them.
Those who have repented of sin and turned to God with childlike faith in the Lord Jesus Christ are accountable to God to live lives characterized by hatred of sin; to exhibit the fruit of the Holy Spirit; and to contribute by word and deed to the universal spread of the Gospel.
At the end of the age the bodies of the dead shall be raised. The righteous will enter into full possession of eternal bliss in the presence of God, and the wicked will be condemned to eternal death.