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The following outlines beliefs that are a foundation of faith for the people at Liberty Chapel.

The Bible is the inspired Word of God. It is inerrant and its teaching and authority is complete, absolute and final.

The trinity of the Godhead is made up of three separate personalities, that form one being (God); each with a specific, but equally important, role. 

God, the Father- His role is to generate things. Things originate with him and flow from him. God the Father is equal with the Son and the Holy Spirit, but things start with him. The Father sent both the Son and Holy Spirit into the world.

God, the Son, Jesus Christ. His role is to pay for our sins with his blood, which he did on the cross. The Son also acts as a lawyer for us before God, acting as a "mediator" between us and God, and speaking "to the Father in our defense".

God, the Holy Spirit, has many roles. The Spirit helps us pray and gives us new life. He is our Comforter, and he helps us understand God's word. He lifts up Christ and convicts us of sin. He helps us to live holy lives. He gives us love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control. He helps us share our faith. And he lives inside us.

Sinfulness of man – As a consequence of the Fall, all human beings are born with a sinful nature. All are morrally corrupt, separated from God and in need of a Savior.

Atonement – God demands justice. Man is sinful and separated from God. The offense of sin against God must be paid by death. Jesus Christ was both a perfect, sinless man and God. Jesus died to meet the just demand for death; to pay for every person's offense against God. Belief in his death, burial, and ressurection and repentance of sin reconciles sinners with God and saves them from eternal separation from God.

Justification - Salvation is by grace, freely offered by God to undeserving, sinful people. Salvation is received through repentence and faith in Jesus. Believers do not deserve it and can do nothing to increase their favor with God (good works). It is only by faith in Jesus and repentence of sin that those separated from God are reconciled and promised eternal life with him.

Sanctification - believers grow in their faith through a personal relationship with Jesus. Evidence of growth is seen in their daily lives as they are led by the Holy Spirit. Good works do not secure salvation, but a believer will yield good works as a genuine desire to serve the Lord.

The resurrection of Jesus Christ His body was raised from the dead according to Scripture. He ascended into Heaven and sits on the right hand of God as the believer’s Advocate.

We believe in the literal resurrection of the body, both of the just and of the unjust, and in eternal life of believers and eternal punishment of those who reject Jesus.

The mission of the church is to preach the gospel until Christ returns.