Frequently Asked Questions

In this section, you will find answers to many questions received during our evangelism, sometimes by email and via a list of questionnaires about our position regarding faith and practice.

Do you have any questions? Please send us an email at bereanbiblechurch1000@gmail.com.

Q&A 1.

Why is the Berean Bible Church not belong to any denomination?

The Berean Bible church doesn’t belong to any denominational Church because it considers the Bible (I.e. only 66 books) to be the inspired and *only infallible word of God in its original writing (Hebrew, Aramaic and Greek). And we consider it as the *only final authority in all matters of faith and practice. 

This is not the case in any denominational church. In denominational Churches, it is the Bible plus either the mind, experience, Latin Vulgate or some extra writings of a so-called false prophet that is regarded as their final authority regarding faith and practice.

Q&A 2.

How can a church be considered a cult?

There are numerous ways by which a church is considered a cult:  

A. The Bible is not the only infallible and final authority in ALL matters of faith and practice. 

B. By giving credence to the rational mind, unique encounter, and some extra writings outside of the Bible to be equally or even more inspired than the sixty-six books of the Bible, e.g. the Latin vulgate in Romanism, another testament of Jesus Christ by Joseph Smith, the watchtower Bible of Jehovah’s Witness and so on.

C. By considering the message of the Cross to be offensive and controversial. 

D. The belief that Christ Jesus is not the only way but one of the ways to heaven.

E. The belief in religious pluralism and the acceptance of ALL faith to have emerged from God.

Q&A 3.

Which method of interpretation is accurate when interpreting the entire Bible?

The Berean Bible Church believe that the literal interpretation of the bible is the right approach when interpreting the Bible. When God gave His word, it was delivered within contexts for all to understand the scriptures based on its contexts literally, and thus should all arrive at the same conclusion. The interpretation and meaning of the scriptures are found in their contexts, especially when they are studied in a consistent literal theological manner using the right hermeneutics; one would obviously arrive at the correct conclusion.

Q&A 4.

What is your views on the authority, inerrancy, inspiration, and perspicuity of the Scripture. 

We believe and teach that the sixty-six books of the Bible which are inerrant, are the *only inspired and written revelation of God by holy men who were carried along by the Holy Spirit. We believe that the Scriptures (Bible) serve as the one and only infallible authority in all matters of faith and practical instructions.