Beth Eden Baptist School is the ministry of Beth Eden Baptist Church and thus maintains the same doctrinal position as set forth in the constitution of Beth Eden Baptist Church.

  • The Holy Bible was written inerrant in its original languages by men divinely inspired. The Bible is the supreme standard for all human conduct.
  • There is one loving and true God, an infinite, perfect Spirit and personal Being in three persons: the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit.
  • The salvation of sinners is completed by grace through the mediatorial work of Jesus Christ, who by His death made a full atonement (covering) for sin.
  • In order to be saved, sinners must be regenerated or born again.
  • Sanctification is a process of growth by which we are made partakers of His holiness. It is carried on in the hearts of believers throughout their earthly life, by the presence and power of the Holy Spirit. The speaking of "tongues" today is not a manifestation of the Holy Spirit's New Testament work.
  • All true believers endure unto the end, kept by the power of God through faith unto salvation. Both Christian ordinances, baptism and the Lord’s Supper, are each a memorial, a symbol, and a prophecy.
  • The six days of creation in Genesis, chapter one, were solar days of twenty-four hours each. The first day of the week is the Lord’s Day and is a Christian institution that is to be honored by worship and Bible study in a local church.
  • Jesus rose from the dead bodily. He now exists in His glorified body at God’s right hand.
  • The end of the age is approaching. The wicked will be judged to endless punishment (Hell), and the righteous to endless joy (Heaven). We believe in the pretribulational rapture and personal, visible, premillennial return of Christ with the restoration of Israel to her Kingdom.
  • In Jesus are hidden all the treasures of wisdom and knowledge. Thus, an adequate system of schools is beneficial to complete a spiritual program of the church, and that the cause of education among New Testament churches is coordinate with the causes of evangelism, missions, and general benevolence, and should receive along with these the liberal support of God’s people.
  • Every Christian is under obligation to seek to make the will of Christ relevant to his own life and to that of human society.