- The Canonical
books of the Old and New Testament to be the highest authority
for guiding our faith and life.
- The three
ecumenical creeds namely: The Apostles Creed, The Nicene
creed and the Athanasian Creed.
- The documents
of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in the Book
of Concord of 1580 which, as correct expressions of Biblical
faith, form the basis of our confessional statements and doctrines:
unaltered Augsburg Confessions;
Formula of Concord
- The unity
of God the father, the son and the Holy Spirit.
- The miraculous
human life of the Son of God, His divine being, His intercession
for us and His eternal Kingdom.
- The salvation
of sinners through faith in Christ Jesus alone.
- The work
of the Holy Spirit in turning sinners to Christ in sanctifying
- The immortal
soul of human beings and the resurrection from the dead.
- That our
Lord Jesus Christ will judge the world with eternal blessings
for believers and eternal punishment for the wicked.