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We accept the London Baptist Confession of Faith of 1689 (excepting the assertion regarding the identity of the antichrist [26:4]), as our primary confession of faith. We find the Confession to be an aid in controversy, a confirmation in faith, a means of edification in righteousness, and a basis for church unity. We acknowledge, however, the inerrant Scriptures to be the supreme authority in all matters of faith, morals, and order.

What is required for membership when it comes to the statement of faith?

Sam Waldron, in his book A Modern Exposition of the 1689 Baptist Confession of Faith (5th edition), wisely wrote, ". . . from the viewpoint of the prospective member only the agreement sufficient to make subordination possible is necessary. This requires all prospective members to read carefully the church's confession. The church member need not, however, fully understand the confession of the church or fully agree with it. If he agrees with it sufficiently that he can submit to it sweetly, live with it peaceably, and respond to its exposition teachably, this is all that is required." (p. 520).