Reformers' Creed

Creeds have historically been written for the purpose of summarizing principle articles of biblical truth. They employ condensed phrases that embody larger concepts and are written primarily to be used as professions of faith by the believer. This Reformers' Creed has been formulated to encapsulate the Dominion Mandate, a plan that was reveled in Genesis before Adam's fall and was redeemed and restored in the redemptive work of Christ. The Creed serves as a clear directive for the Christian in the 21st century to advance God's Kingdom in the earth.

by Dr. Patti Amsden