- The good work done during the First Reformation was rescued and further advanced.
- The total headship of the Lord Jesus Christ over the church and the nation was clearly proclaimed and put into practice.
- The right of the church to call and run its own meetings and assemblies was also set out.
- Episcopalianism was rejected.
- Presbyterianism was adopted and established as the only Biblical way of organising the church.
Reformed Presbyterian Testimony, Part II, Historical (Belfast, 1939) pp 58-60.