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Statement of Faith and Practice


With an unreserved commitment to a grammatico-historical hermeneutic of the Bible, the Bharat Bible College- a Protestant, Evangelical, Bible-training institution shall continue to believe the following doctrines of the Christian faith.


THEOLOGY — Trinity of the Godhead-Father, Son and Holy Spirit-Co-eternal Co-equal and Co-essential.


BIBLIOLOGY — Plenary Verbal Inspiration of the Scriptures of the Old and New Testament in the original, that inerrancy and infallibility, and their supreme authority in faith and practice.


ANTHROPOLOGY — God created the very first man Adam in His image and in His likeness; male and female He created them. By Creation man was perfect in holiness and righteousness. God placed this sinless man Adam in a sinless environment in the garden of Eden.


HAMARTIOLOGY — By transgression Adam and Eve lost the original holiness and righteousness. The Lord God judged them as sinners and imputed their sinful nature to the entire human race. Therefore, man ia sinner by birth and by choice.


CHRISTOLOGY — Essential, eternal and fully deity of the Lord Jesus Christ, His Incarnation by the Virgin Birth. Absolute Holiness, Vicarious, Atoning Death, Bodily Resurrection, Ascension to Heaven and His uniqueness as the Lord and Savior of Mankind.


PNEUMATOLOGY — Personality and full deity of the Holy Spirit, Baptism of the Spirit, indwelling, sealing and anointing in the New Birth, necessity of the filling of the Spirit, for sanctification and service and total repudiation of the modern Charismatic emphasis.


SOTERIOLOGY — Salvation by God’s sovereign elective grace through faith in the Lord Jesus Christ, and Eternal Security of the believer in Christ.


ECCLESIOLOGY — Dispensational distinction between Israel and Church, Baptism by Immersion, Separation from Apostasy in principle and practice and the Imperativeness of the Great Commission.


ESCHATOLOGY — Pre-Millennial Second Coming of Christ, Imminent Pre-Tribulational Rapture of the Church, Resurrection of the dead, eternal blessedness of the saved in Heaven and eternal damnation of the unsaved in Hell.