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Statement Of Faith

We teach that salvation is by grace through faith in the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus Christ.

We teach the inspiration of the Scriptures and their preservation in the 1611 King James Authorized Version of the Bible.

We believe the Bible we teach from is the inerrant, eternal, infallible word of the Living God, without mixture of error.

Therefore, every course of study is based solely and entirely on the word of God.

We believe and teach the fundamentals of the faith: that Jesus Christ is God, the Son, and the Second Person of the Godhead; that He was born of a virgin; that, while human, He was also God manifest in the Flesh; that He died a vicarious death on the Cross; that it is His Blood alone that cleanses us from sin; and that He rose Bodily from the dead.

MBI courses evidence a pre-tribulation Rapture and a pre-millennium Second Advent.

We hold to a literal interpretation of the Scriptures except where the Scriptures themselves demonstrate otherwise.

We believe that the Scriptures are the final court of appeal in matters of faith and practice and that there is no higher authority for the believer.

Therefore, we take every word of the Bible to be true and accurate.

As a commitment to the word of God and those who study with us, not one single time will we ever correct the Bible in our courses of study.

True to the motto above our crest, the stance taken at MBI is strictly “Sola Scriptura.”

MBI is dedicated to the preaching of the revelation of the mystery and accompanying doctrines of grace.


  1. Ryan W. Groblebe

    I just came across your site, and saw a video on Youtube. I like what I’ve seen for the most part.

    I don’t understand the fascination w/ the 1611 KJV, when it is in fact different from the 1769 we have now. I don’t mean in spelling and such, but there are differences. I’m familiar w/ the printing errors.

    That’s my question and concern w/ the whole 1611 KJV so many support.

    Thank you.

    Harrison, AR

  2. Rita Bauschard

    Hi, Someone told me they thought you were Acts 28 believers and I am interested in know whether you consider yourself such. I don’t that here, but someone in TX is asking me for recommendations. You sound to me like students of Keith Blades who I think was a fabulous teacher. Thanks for any time you can give me to reply to this inquiry.


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