Our Beliefs

As representatives of Antioch Baptist Printing Ministry, we are independent, fundamental believing Baptists. The King James Bible is the only Bible we use and we believe in the local church. We have no desire to be out from under the authority of our home church, and the authority of our Pastor. We will be working closely with them and plan to report to them on a regular basis. We will remain a member of Antioch Baptist Church and send our tithes and faith promise there monthly.

•      The condition of man:  We believe that all men are born sinners, and that all men can be saved. We do not believe in predestination as pertaining to unbelievers. We do not believe any of the doctrines of Calvinism.

•      Salvation:  We believe that salvation involves hearing, believing, repenting, and total surrender.  Salvation is not saying a prayer, or reformation. We believe that the Holy Spirit has to be drawing a sinner unto salvation before they can be saved. Salvation is a free gift, and cannot be earned or kept by works. The gift of salvation is the gift of eternal life, and cannot be lost or taken away.

•      The Godhead:  We believe that God the Father, God the Son (Jesus), and God the Holy Ghost are one. They have always existed, and always will. They are eternal, identical in nature, equal in power and glory, and have the same attributes and perfections. A sinner cannot be saved without believing that Jesus was Deity.

•      The Word of God:  We believe that we have the inerrant, verbally inspired Word of God, which is the final authority for all doctrine. We believe that all 66 books of the King James Bible are the Word of God, all other translations are error and false.

•      Separation:  We firmly believe in the doctrine of separation and sanctification. We believe the Bible teaches us to live a holy, clean life before the world. We maintain a strict, godly code of conduct in our home and the same is preached from the pulpit. We want to exhibit Christian character in our talk, our walk, our dress, the places we go, and the people we associate with. We are not legalists; we are Christians.