At Trinity, we like to call ourselves Christ-centered. Since this is a label often thrown around, it is necessary to define what we mean. Essentially, we are acknowledging that the primary story of the Bible is about salvation. It’s about how God saves a people unto himself. And how did God accomplish that?
Our church is a confessional church, in that we have a specific set of doctrinal beliefs that we affirm, or “confess” as a denomination. This means that you can know what our church, and others in our same denomination, generally believe with regard to the Bible’s teaching.
There are so many things that distinguish Christian churches today. Sadly, the most fundamental truths of the Christian faith can no longer be taken for granted. In this category of our blog, we’ll be highlighting those areas that make us distinct as a church. I thought it would be best to start with some of these most basic fundamentals of the faith. One of the most important fundamental truths that we affirm is something known as the inerrancy of Scripture. In short, we believe the Bible to be fully inspired by God, and thus it is without error.