Gospel Adventists support the global community of Seventh-day Adventists in areas consistent with the free gift of salvation by faith in Jesus Christ.
What is a Gospel Adventist?
Gospel Adventism is not a church, nor is it an organization, but it is a movement within the Seventh-day Adventist church that puts the gospel of righteousness by faith at the center of all of our church doctrine. We are committed to all of the 28 Fundamental beliefs of Adventism within the context of the free gift of salvation granted to all who place their trust in the merits of Christ our Righteousness.
This is not a new theology. It is a true theology that uplifts the person and work of Christ within the Seventh-day Adventist Church.
Founder of Gospel Adventist Ministries
The Five Pillars of Gospel Adventism
- No one is perfect.
- Everyone who is granted eternal life is saved under the New Covenant of Grace.
- The only obedience that God accepts is obedience motivated by faith and love.
- We do not keep God’s Commandments in order to be saved, but we keep them because we are saved.
- We love because He first loved us.
The Essentials of Christianity:
SCRIPTURE: The Bible is the inspired word of God.
TRINITY: God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit.
ATONEMENT: Jesus bore the wrath of God for our sins as He shed His blood on the cross of Calvary.
RIGHTEOUSNESS: God declares us righteous by faith and makes us righteous by the power of the Holy Spirit.
SALVATION: Jesus is coming again to set up His eternal kingdom, and eternal life is granted to all who trust His saving grace.
28 Fundamental Beliefs of Seventh-day Adventism: