The Holy Bible

The Holy Bible is the written form of the Word of God. Its author is the God of Israel, who revealed His eternal truths to us by His Holy Spirit through His anointed servants and He ordered them to write down His word.

The Bible consists of the Old and the New Testaments (comprising 66 books) and it is infallible. These two Testaments do not contradict each other, but together they constitute a constant and homogeneous, divine work complementing and interpreting each other.

The Word of God, quickened by the Holy Spirit, is life-giving, it is the source, basis, the standard and the supreme purpose of Christian life and ministry and it is the ultimate authority to which every realm of material, human and spiritual reality is submitted.