Continue in My Word is the website of The Paleofundamentalist. He has studied engineering, Bible exposition, and systematic theology at the graduate level, with formal coursework in classical Latin and Koine Greek. He teaches the Bible and Biblical subjects weekly at his local church.
Salvation is a free gift of pure grace from God, received by nothing more than personal faith in Jesus Christ and His work on our behalf; it includes the forgiveness of sins, the imputed righteousness of Christ, and eternal life (which can never be lost!).
The Bible (66 books) in its entirety is the verbally inspired, inerrant, infallible, and sufficient Word of God; it has been providentially preserved in the Masoretic Hebrew/Aramaic text of the Old Testament and the Traditional (Byzantine-based Textus Receptus) Greek text of the New Testament and accurately translated into English in the King James Version.
The one true God has a triune nature. He exists as one God in three co-eternal, co-equal persons revealed in the Bible as Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. The triune God has clearly revealed His power and divine nature to all men in and through His creation and the human conscience, so that those who rebel against Him may be justly condemned.
The Lord Jesus Christ, Who is God the Son, is the unique God-Man. This is best expressed by the Chalcedon Creed of 451 AD: Christ is undiminished Deity, united with true humanity, without confusion, in one Person, forever.
Classical Dispensationalism best synthesizes and systematizes the whole body of revelation given in the Bible. Although Dispensationalism is the best theological system available today, it is not yet a perfect system. It must be continually reassessed and refined according to our ever-maturing understanding of God’s Word as illuminated by the Holy Spirit.
God has revealed in the Bible that the universe in which we live was supernaturally created by Him in six ordinary days, approximately six thousand years ago. Nothing in the natural world, when properly understood, is inconsistent with this revelation.