# The Gospel: According to God's purpose, Jesus Christ was born to minister and be crucified for our forgiveness, resurrected for our eternal victory, and to give baptism in the Holy Spirit, as the Saviour of the Jews and the nations. He is vindicated by resurrection as the only one by whom humans can be fully reconciled to God. The New Testament records Jesus' fulfilment of the Old Testament.
# Apostolic Authorship Balance: Mark records Peter's eyewitness preaching: John, 123 John, Revelation are John's eyewitness preaching: letters Romans to Philemon are Paul's works: letters 1,2 Peter are Peter's works: Matthew, sourced on Mark, is Matthew's work: Luke-Acts, Luke sourced on Mark and Acts on Paul, is Luke's work: Wider apostolicity - James and Jude are Jesus' brothers, Hebrews unknown (Priscilla/Aquila).
# The Bible: The Old Testament (Hebrew canon) and New Testament (Greek non-Apocrypha, non-Pseudepigrapha canon) are prophetic and apostolic of historical source as supreme witness to the revelation of Jesus Christ as God and Saviour in trinity of Father, Son and Holy Spirit, one God.
# The Church Mission: Jesus commissioned his disciples to preach the gospel of repentance and the kingdom of heaven in all nations, and to win adults and children into personal belief and into discipleship of Jesus in fellowship in his Church and in gospel mission and service.
# The Church Faithful: The Bible Canon and the Nicene and Apostles' creeds are the catholic and historic standards of the Church upholding Christian belief, with subsequent derived creeds and confessions and orders measuring variations of faith stance and practice which do not compromise apostolic witness, but which human denominationalism from time to time discerns.
# The Resurrected Saviour Returns for Resurrection Day: Jesus Christ is seated at the right hand of the Father and will come again to judge the living and the dead, giving resurrection of the body and the life of the world to come.