Fundamental Beliefs


One God
Many wonder at the relationship between the Man Jesus Christ, God the Father and the Holy Spirit. Oneness of the Godhead is all the way from Genesis 1:1 to Revelation 22:21. But the people have been blinded by an unscriptural dogma of a trinity, and that dogma is so universally accepted that to try to see a "One God Person" is all but impossible.




The Plan of Salvation: Why God became a man

The name Jesus means “Jehovah Salvation”. (Fausset’s Bible Encyclopaedia, Page 359)
God’s own law demanded justice for sin and the penalty was death. Because all men were shaped in iniquity and conceived in sin (Psalms 51:5), no man was found worthy
(Revelation 5:4). To pay the price God became a man, born in the humility of a stable as a sacrificial lamb.





Serpent Seed - The Original Sin

Genesis 3:1-19
Eating fruit was not the original sin. Adultery was. How could the serpent have a sexual union with Eve? It was only after God cursed it that he became a snake. “Upon
thy belly shalt thou go (he didn’t go on his belly before this) and dust thou shalt eat all the days of thy life.” (Genesis 3:14). Before this he was more subtle
than any beasts (not reptiles) of the field (Genesis 3:1). He also could talk, reason and persuade. (Genesis 3:1-5).





The End Time
Bible students will be aware that through-out scripture we are taught that an end will come to the earth as we know it. In the time of Noah God destroyed the earth
with water because of sin. Sodom was destroyed supernaturally by fire, because of its sin.