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By: Providence Bible-Presbyterian Church  28-Oct-2014
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Providence Bible-Presbyterian Church is a Reformed church based in Adelaide, South Australia! Our church motto, "For I have not shunned to declare unto you all the counsel of God” (Acts 20:27), reflects PBPC's mission and passion to preach God's truth to the conversion of the lost and to the edification of the saints without fear and favour of man. The phrase beneath our church logo comes from the Latin phrase, "NEC TAMEN CONSUMEBATUR," which means, "Yet it was not consumed" derived from an allusion of the biblical description of the Burning Bush (Exodus 3:1-22). Our complete doctrinal statement is expressed in the Westminster Confession of Faith and the Westminster Larger and Shorter Catechisms. We refer to these documents as our “subordinate standards” because while subordinate to the Word of God, they are proven in their value to the Church in summarizing in a systematic way the teachings of the Holy Scripture!

Keywords: a Reformed Church

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Our complete doctrinal statement is expressed in the Westminster Confession of Faith and the Westminster Larger and Shorter Catechisms. We refer to these documents as our “subordinate standards” because while subordinate to the Word of God, they are proven in their value to the Church in summarizing in a systematic way the teachings of the Holy Scripture!


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Providence Bible-Presbyterian Church is a Reformed church based in Adelaide, South Australia! Our church motto, "For I have not shunned


28-Oct-2014

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We believe that the Reformed faith is the biblical Christianity in its most consistent expression. This is not to say that others, who do not hold to the Reformed confessions or Calvinistic in their persuasion, are not Christians. It is simply to emphasize that there is only one true Faith and the Reformed theologians over the centuries have endeavoured to express that faith in its most consistent way according to the teachings of the Holy Scripture. Although consistent and faithful maintenan