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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Table of Contents

List of Articles

Historical Reference

Assorted Documents

Though differing with historical committees, commentators, and interpreters from time to time, I find precedent for my beliefs in these historical documents. The early church councils I find extremely reliable, the Canons of Orange also; John of Damascus demonstrates why Christians do paint images of Christ, because he himself incarnated himself to and for us. Anslem and Aquinas, though thoroughly integrated in a different church system reliably trace out arguments for the existence of God and the reliability of revelation.