Ryan Andrew Fry


Moody Bible Institute: Class of 2015
B.A. Biblical Studies
Tyndale Seminary: Class of 2018
M.Div. Interdisciplinary
Pastoral Intern, Chess Teacher, Youth Ministry, Christian Education



Article 1: The Trinity

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There is one, true God (who is eternal, omnipotent, omniscient, invisible, immortal, absolutely incapable of comprehension, infinite in being and in perfection), and He is in essence Spirit, meaning incorporeal, and eternally Triune.

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Article 2: The Holy Scriptures

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Article 3: Soteriology

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Article 4: Ecclesiology

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Article 5: Sanctification

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Doctrinal Summary

I would describe myself as a Protestant, Evangelical, Christian with Reformed-Baptist convictions, holding to the entirity of the TULIP concerning the Doctrines of Grace, the Protestant distinctives of the Reformation Solaes.

As a Protestant, (1) I emphasize the authority and infallibility of the Bible, (2 Timothy 3:16) (2) salvation by grace through faith alone, (Ephesians 2:8-10) (3) the priesthood of all believers (1 Peter 2:4-10), and the working of all things for the glory of God.

One of my theological distinctives is that I do actively emphasize continuity between Christians today, and the Reformation, and the Medieval Ages, and after Constantine, and at the beginning of the church. Theological positions have changed from time to time, but there have always been faithful, ordinary, Christians in the history of the church.

I hold to penal-substitutionary atonement; consider spiritual gifts with a cautious continuism; hold to traditional positions on marriage; follow moderate complementarian thought; and think churches can utilize a range of appropriate polities (but prefer presbyterian or congregational) and adhere to more classical understanding of creation (rather than evolutionary models).

I have a historic premillenial (post-tribulation premillenial) view of eschatology. Concerning hermeneutics, I toe the line between Progressive Dispensationalism and New Covenant Theology (not to be confused with 'Covenant Theology').

See a summary of positions here

Historical Reference