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Dunn, G. Seth

Doctrinal Statement
I affirm all 18 Articles of the Baptist Faith and Message 2000.

Education and Certifications

Master of Divinity, Christian Apologetics (In progress – 65 out 84 hours)
New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary
Master of Accounting (2007)    
Kennesaw State University
BBA in Management Information Systems (2004)
The University of Georgia
Certified Public Accountant, State of Georgia (2009)

Professional Experience

Plant Controller (May 2014 – Present)                                             
Adjunct Instructor of Accounting (October 2012 – Present )                                                                                                       Internal Auditor (September 2012- May 2014)
External Auditor (January 2008 – March 2012)                                                                                                      

Philosophy of Ministry

  1. The Holy Spirit is the authority through which God’s will and theological truth can be understood. There can be neither understanding of God’s will nor conviction of sin apart from His inspiration. (John 15:26-27; John 16:7-15; 2 Corinthians 4:4-6).  The books of the Holy Bible were authored through the inspiration of the Holy Spirit and are, therefore, a wholly truthful and enduring resource for Christian instruction and living.  (2 Timothy 3:15-17; Hebrews 4:12-13)  Because God is essentially the author of the books of the Holy Bible, (it logically follows that) contemporary manifestations of the Holy Spirit’s inspiration cannot contradict Holy Scripture.  Holy Scripture is, quite literally, the word of God.
  2. Ministers of the gospel are charged with proclaiming the word of God and the Lordship of Christ, even in the face of persecution and certain rejection.  (2 Timothy 4:1-5; Luke 6:22).  The Scriptures must be preached and taught faithfully, practically, and without compromise.  Believers must be equipped to fearlessly share a scriptural, Christian worldview with the lost (1 Peter 3:13-17) and must insist on such a worldview from fellow believers (1 Corinthians 5:9-13).
  3. All who have received salvation through faith in Christ, thereby receiving a Baptism in the Holy Spirit, should undergo believers Baptism by water immersion (Matthew 3:15) as a public display of their faith (Acts 16:31-34) and periodically partake in the Lord’s Supper in remembrance of the sacrifice of Jesus Christ  (Luke 22:19). All believers are commissioned by Jesus Christ to make disciples of individuals from every tribe, tongue, people, and nation (Matthew 28:19-20; Acts 1:8). Upon salvation, all Christians are brothers and sisters regardless of race, sex, social status, or nationality (Galatians 3:26-29).  Age, sex, life experience, and social status do not limit those whom God chooses to use to advance his kingdom (Jeremiah 1:1-10; Matthew 4:18-22; Luke 1:26-38).
  4. The Church operates in a fallen world, to which God is reconciling himself through Jesus Christ.  (Romans 5:12-14; 2 Corinthians 4:1-6; 2 Corinthians 5-19).  The church should not expect preferential treatment or an easy road but should humbly, reverently, and zealously serve Christ until His return. (Revelation 3:19-21, 2 Corinthians 5:20)

Teaching – Apologetics Sunday School Class at First Baptist Woodstock

Preaching- The Closing of an Acts Sermon Series at Expedition Church

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