A Confessional Expression of Our faith

Can finite man know the infinite creator?  Immanuel Kant said, "No!  Man can only know the natural world in which he lives; if there is any supernatural, he can't know anything about it."  The Humanist Manifesto II says,

We find insufficient evidence for belief in the existence of a supernatural; it is either meaningless or irrelevant to the question of the survival and fulfillment of the human race.  As non-theists, we begin with humans not God, nature not deity.  Nature may indeed be broader and deeper than we now know; any new discoveries, however, will but enlarge our knowledge of the natural.

The Apostle John described life in John 17:3, "Now this is eternal life: that they may know you, the only true God, and Jesus Christ, whom you have sent."  Life is knowing the only true God.  Nothing is more practical nor important than knowing Him.  God designed man with a built-in desire to know his creator.  God cannot be discovered; He must be revealed.  We could never know God unless He took the initiative to tell us about Himself.  The scripture records His revelation of Himself to us. We can never comprehend all that God is, but we can know Him as He has revealed Himself in scripture.  He has not told us everything about Himself, but He has revealed all that is necessary to life and salvation in the sixty-six books of Holy Scripture which are the written word of God. The Bible is fully inspired, infallible, inerrant, and solely authoritative. God’s Word is truth.


Unity Baptist Church confesses concerning the following:

Providence and God's unchangeable, eternal, sovereign Decree
The Bible | Man's Creation and Fall
Election, Salvation, and the State of the Elect
The Person and Work of Christ
The Holy Spirit's Work in Salvation and Sanctification
Preservation and Perseverance
Christ's Return

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