Doctrines to be Rejected

Reject 1. That the Bible is only partly the work of inspiration--or if wholly so, contains errors which inspiration has allowed.

Reject 2. That God is three persons.

Reject 3. That the Son of God was co-eternal with the Father.

Reject 4. That Christ was born with a 'free life.'

Reject 5. That Christ's nature was immaculate.

Reject 6. That the Holy Spirit is a person distinct from the Father.

Reject 7. That man has an immortal soul.

Reject 8. That man consciously exists in death.

Reject 9. That the wicked will suffer eternal torture in hell.

Reject 10. That the righteous will ascend to the kingdoms beyond the skies when they die.

Reject 11. That the devil is a supernatural being.

Reject 12. That the Kingdom of God is 'the church.'

Reject 13. That the Gospel is the death, burial, and resurrection of Christ merely.

Reject 14. That Christ will not come till the close of the thousand years.

Reject 15. That the tribunal of Christ, when he comes, is not for judgement of saints, but merely to divide among them different degrees of reward.

Reject 16. That the resurrection is confined to the faithful.

Reject 17. That the dead rise in an immortal state.

Reject 18. That the subject-nations of the thousand years are immortal.

Reject 19. That the Law of Moses is binding on believers of the Gospel.

Reject 20. That the observance of Sunday is a matter of duty.

Reject 21. That baby sprinkling is a doctrine of Scripture.

Reject 22. That 'heathens,' idiots, pagans, and very young children will be saved.

Reject 23. That man can be saved by morality or sincerity, without the Gospel.

Reject 24. That the Gospel alone will save, without obedience to Christ's commandments.

Reject 25. That a man cannot believe without possessing the Spirit of God.

Reject 26. That men are predestined to salvation unconditionally.

Reject 27. That there is no sin in the flesh.

Reject 28. That Joseph was the actual father of Jesus.

Reject 29. That the earth will be destroyed.

Reject 30. That baptism is not necessary to salvation.

Reject 31. That a knowledge of the Truth is not necessary to make baptism valid.

Reject 32. That some meats are to be refused on the score of uncleanness.

Reject 33. That the English are the ten tribes of Israel, whose prosperity is a fulfillment of the promises made concerning Ephraim.

Reject 34. That marriage with an unbeliever is lawful.

Reject 35. That we are at liberty to serve in the army, or as police constables* , take part in politics, or recover debts by legal coercion.
* "or as police constables" was added in 1917.


Blessed are they that do his commandments, that they may have right to the tree of life, and may enter in through the gates into the city.
Revelation 22v14