I already know that they believe batism to be the same as Catholics as it is how we are born again…
However, they don’t believe in infant baptism. They believe in adult believers baptism. If you were to join their church and were infant baptized they would rebaptize you. They only believe in baptism by immersion, no sprinkling.
They believe communion is important and should be a part of every Sunday observance. At the church I was at they offered both wine and grape juice for communion. They believe it is symbolic and not the actual body and blood.
They don’t believe in once saved always saved theology like other fundamental or Baptist churches. They do believe that a Christian can fall away from the faith.
They are interesting in that they have no instrumental music in their worship service. They sing acapello (sp?) They do this because there are no examples of instrumental music in the new testament worship. (However there is plenty mention of instrumental music in the old testament.)
They claim to follow only the new testament example.
They claim to speak where the Bible Speaks and keep silent on matters that are silent in scripture.
OK Those are the big differences as I remember them. I had a short stint with them back in college.