HomeStatement Of Faith

Juliana King University is not affiliated with any specific denomination but instead aligns with the broad, historic evangelical faith. As a commitment to this, the University embraces the following declarations of the National Association of Evangelicals:

The Scriptures

The Scriptures are the infallible and authoritative Word of God, without error, given for the purpose of directing man to salvation.

God The Father

God The Father is the Creator of heaven and earth and the sustainer of all things. There is but one God: infinite, eternal, and perfect in holiness, truth, and love.

God, His Son, Jesus

God, His Son, Jesus was supernaturally conceived by the Holy Spirit, born of the Virgin Mary, and was without sin. He was the Supreme Sacrifice for the sins of all mankind through His vicarious death on the Cross. He arose from the dead in His own glorified body, appeared to many, ascended into Heaven, and will return to earth in power and glory. He is now the Head of His Body, the Church.

God The Holy Spirit

God The Holy Spirit convicts the world of sin, righteousness, and judgment; unites man to Jesus Christ in faith; brings about the new birth; baptizes and dwells within the believer enabling him to grow in sanctification and righteousness and become God’s gift to the Church. The filling of the Holy Spirit is available to all who believe in Jesus Christ, and will totally surrender their lives to the complete, perfect will of God.


Man was created in the image and likeness of God. Through the original sin of Adam, mankind has fallen from God and become sinful in nature. He is incapable of returning to God in himself and is lost and without hope, apart from the salvation of Jesus Christ.


Salvation is the gift of God through the grace and faith of Jesus Christ. There is no other name, except that of Jesus Christ; by which men may be saved. By turning from sin, repentance, and trusting in Christ and His vicarious death, man is born again into eternal life by the Holy Spirit.

The Church

The Church is the Body and Bride of Christ whose task is to take the Gospel to all men in all nations and to make disciples of them.

The Consummation

The Consummation is the act of completing and perfecting all things through the visible and personal return of Jesus Christ into the Presence of God for eternity.

These declarations do not include all that individual Christians may consider important elements of faith. Instead, they establish a basic framework within which members of the University can unite in shared beliefs and explore differences.