Questions and Answers
What is a Fundamental Church?
What are the "fundamentals" of the Christian faith?
What is this "separation" that you talk about?
How do I know that you are not a cult?


• What is a Fundamental Church?

A Fundamental Church is an organized body of born-again Christians who have been baptized by immersion in accordance with the Scriptures, and who are willing to take a tenacious stand for the fundamentals of orthodox Christianity.

• What are the "fundamentals" of the Christian faith?

Biblical Christianity has always stood for:
1. The inerrancy and infallibility of the Holy Bible.
2. The deity of our Lord Jesus Christ.
3. The virgin birth of our Lord Jesus Christ.
4. The sinless life of Jesus Christ.
5. The substitutionary death on the cross of Jesus Christ for us poor sinners.
6. The bodily resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ.
7. The actual return of our Lord Jesus Christ at some unknown future time.

• What is this "separation" that you talk about?

Biblical separation is a command of God for believers to separate from things that are not holy. (2 Corinthians 6:14-7:1) The Bible does not teach that we are to separate from the world as do many dangerous cults, but rather to separate from worldliness, not allowing the world's evils to take hold of us (1 John 2:15-17).

The believer is also to separate from apostasy, that is to not have fellowship with those who teach false views of Christ and salvation (Romans 16:17-18; Titus 3:10).

One last thing, the believer is to separate from erring brethren, that is from those who know the truth but are willingly disobedient of it (1 Corinthians 5; 2 Thessalonians 3:6-15).

• How do I know that you are not a cult?

You don't. But you can know by going to any reputible Christian bookstore and purchasing a book on cults (the bookstore clerk can help you find one). Next, read it and learn the difference between biblical Christianity and dangerous cults. Never take a religious leader's word without first checking it out for yourself (Acts 17:10-11; 1 John 4:1)!

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