Pilgrims Covenant Church is fundamental
in doctrine and biblical in government.
We believe in the verbal and plenary
inspiration of the Bible. We believe the Holy Spirit has
inerrantly preserved every word of the Scriptures in the
Masoretic Hebrew Text and the Traditional Greek Text. We believe
that in the English language, the King James Bible, or Authorized
Version, is a faithful and trustworthy translation from those texts.
We reject modern English Bible versions due to the fact that all of
them, to one extent or another, have been translated by faulty
translation techniques and have been translated from the corrupted
Alexandrian, or Critical, Text. We believe that Scripture interprets
Scripture and that the Word of God in the Old and New Testaments is
the supreme, only sufficient and infallible rule of all saving
knowledge, faith, and obedience. www.tbsbibles.org
We are committed to preaching and
contending for the doctrines the Apostles taught and which were at
the heart of the Protestant Reformation, beginning with
justification by grace alone, through faith alone, in Christ alone,
for the glory of God alone. We reject neo-evangelicalism, ecumenism,
charismaticism, antinomianism, and Romanism.
We love the souls of our Roman
Catholic countrymen and recognize that many of them are
sincere, kind, and principled. But we detest such Romish
rituals as the blasphemous mass, and we are grieved that the
Roman Catholic people are deceived by their priests into believing
salvation is obtained by the sacraments and good works.
We hold to the historic Protestant
position that the pope--every pope--is the son of perdition, the
Antichrist. We believe that Revelation 17 and 18 describe the
We also believe strongly in
religious liberty. So we hold that the civil government has no
right to interfere with or infringe upon the right of either
Protestants or Roman Catholics to freely exercise their religion.
We worship with reverent hymns and
Psalms. We believe that children of Christians should be educated in
Christian schools or homeschooled. We strive to be faithful to the
command of our Lord Jesus Christ: "Go ye into all the world,
and preach the gospel."
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