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Fundamentals Of The Faith Teacher S Guide by Grace Community Church
This is the teachers guide edition to this great study of the fundamental beliefs of the Christian faith. With topics ranging from “God: His Character and Attributes” to “The Church: Fellowship and Worship,” this study is ideal to disciple new believers or to realize afresh what it means to believe in Jesus. The teachers guide contains all the answers to the 13 lessons taught in the accompanying students edition along with excellent teaching notes to prepare the leader to guide the group.
Fundamentals Of The Faith by Peter Kreeft
Kreeft considers all the fundamental elements of Christianity and Catholicism, explaining, defending and showing their relevance to our life and the world's yearnings. Here is a book to help you understand your faith more fully and to explain it to others more winningly. Like every religion, this faith has three aspects, corresponding to the three parts of the soul and filling the innate needs of all three parts. Kreeft uses these three divisions as the basic outline for his Christian apologetics. First, every religion has some beliefs, whether expressed in creeds or not, something for the intellect to know. Second, every religion has some duty or deed, some practice of program, some moral or ethical code, something for the will to choose. Finally, every religion has some liturgy, some worship, some "church", something for the body and the concrete imagination and the aesthetic sense to work at. Creed, Code and Cult; Words, Works and Worship, are a most useful way of outlining any religious faith, including the Catholic Faith of Christians.
Fundamentals Of The Faith by Grace Community Church
"On Sunday mornings at Grace Community Church, small groups of people gather together in Fundamentals of the Faith classes to use this manual of thirteen lessons, which blends basic biblical truths with personal obedience and service. Many young believers take these classes to grow in their understanding of biblical truths." For the first time ever, Fundamentals of the Faith is available to the trade. With topics ranging from “God: His Character and Attributes” to “The Church: Fellowship and Worship,” this study is ideal to disciple new believers or to realize afresh what it means to believe in Jesus. Each lesson is loaded with learning tools to help you engage Scripture- a link to 13 free downloadable messages by John MacArthur himself, study questions, memory verses, and suggestions for practical application.
Fundamentals Of Our Faith by Herschel H. Hobbs
This book offers more information about doctrines than many other books written for laymen, but it is concise and simple in its presentation. Everyone who wants to understand his beliefs will find it helpful, a book to read through and one to refer to again and again.
The Fundamentals by Torrey, R.A.
This one volume contains all 12 volumes (90) essays of the original work. There is a linked table of contents to each of them. The Fundamentals: A Testimony To The Truth is a set of 90 essays published from 1910 to 1915 by the Bible Institute of Los Angeles. The essays were designed to affirm, among other things, conservative Protestant beliefs, especially those of the Reformed tradition, and defend against ideas deemed inimical to them. They are widely considered to be the foundation of modern Christian fundamentalism. The essays set out what was believed to be the fundamentals of Christian faith.The volumes defended orthodox Protestant beliefs and attacked higher criticism, liberal theology, Catholicism socialism, Modernism,atheism, Christian Science, Mormonism, Millennial Dawn, Spiritualism, and evolutionism. Listed here is just some of the essay. The Virgin Birth of Christ - James Orr The Deity of Christ - Benjamin B. Warfield The Purposes of the Incarnation - G. Campbell Morgan The Personality and Deity of the Holy Spirit - R. A. Torrey The Proof of the Living God - Arthur T. Pierson History of the Higher Criticism - Dyson Hague A Personal Testimony - Howard A. Kelly The Testimony of the Monuments to the Truth of the Scriptures - George Frederick Wright The Recent Testimony of Archaeology to the Scriptures - M. G. Kyle Fallacies of the Higher Criticism - Franklin Johnson Christ and Criticism - Robert Anderson Modern Philosophy - Philip Mauro Justification by Faith - H. C. G. Moule Tributes to Christ and the Bible by Brainy Men not Known as Active Christians Inspiration of the Bible—Definition, Extent, and Proof - James M. Gray The Moral Glory of Jesus Christ a Proof of Inspiration - William G. Moorehead God in Christ the Only Revelation of the Fatherhood of God - Robert E. Speer The Testimony of Christian Experience - E. Y. Mullins Christianity No Fable - Thomas Whitelaw My Personal Experience with the Higher Criticism - J. J. Reeve The Personal Testimony of Charles T. Studd The Tabernacle in the Wilderness: Did it Exist? - David Heagle The Testimony of Christ to the Old Testament - William Caven The Bible and Modern Criticism - F. Bettex Science and Christian Faith - James Orr A Personal Testimony - Philip Mauro Life in the Word - Philip Mauro The Scriptures - A. C. Dixon The Certainty and Importance of the Bodily Resurrection of Jesus Christ from the Dead - R. A. Torrey Observations of the Conversion and Apostleship of St. Paul - Lord Lyttleton A Personal Testimony - H. W. Webb-Peploe The Testimony of Foreign Missions to the Superintending Providence of God - Arthur T. Pierson. Is There a God? - Thomas Whitelaw Sin and Judgment to Come - Robert Anderson The Atonement - Franklin Johnson The God-Man - John Stock The Early Narratives of Genesis - James Orr The Person and Work of Jesus Christ - John L. Nuelsen The Hope of the Church - John McNicol The Passing of Evolution - George Frederick Wright Inspiration - L. W. Munhall The Testimony of the Scriptures to Themselves - George S. Bishop Testimony of the Organic Unity of the Bible to its Inspiration - Arthur T. Pierson One Isaiah - George L. Robinson The Book of Daniel - Joseph D. Wilson Three Peculiarities of the Pentateuch - Andrew Craig Robinson Millennial Dawn: A Counterfeit of Christianity - William G. Moorehead Old Testament Criticism and New Testament Christianity - W. H. Griffith Thomas Evolutionism in the Pulpit - Anonymous Decadence of Darwinism - Henry H. Beach Paul's Testimony to the Doctrine of Sin - Charles B. Williams The Science of Conversion - H. M. Sydenstricker The Doctrinal Value of the First Chapters of Genesis - Dyson Hague The Knowledge of God - James Burrell "Preach the Word" - Howard Crosby Mormonism: Its Origin, Characteristics, and Doctrines - R. G. McNiece The True Church - Bishop Ryle The Mosaic Authorship of the Pentateuch - George Frederick Wright The Wisdom of this World - A. W
Faith S Fundamentals by Jack Cottrell
Academic questions? Not according to Jack Cottrell. He believes our answers to questions like these decide whether we'll win against Satan's battle for our mind and soul. How should you answer these questions? What do you know about the essentials of Christian faith? In a world that says truth doesn't matter, discover what God says about these basics. In a culture that emphasizes feelings over facts, consider what God says you must believe - and why. Seven readable chapters explain foundational principles in language everyone can understand. The book is perfect for groups as well as for your own individual study.
The Fundamentals Of The Christian Faith by Steve Urick
In our busy society many Christians find it hard to take the time to read and understand larger systematic theology and apologetic (defense of the faith) books. The Fundamentals of the Christian Faith gives a clear and concise explanation of several essential Bible doctrines to help ground believers in the Christian faith and equip them with practical knowledge in basic apologetics. This book is the result of many years of Bible study, evangelistic work, and apologetic research and debate. It will help to prepare anyone who wants to do the work of evangelism, make disciples of Christ, and refute many false teachings that exist in our world today.
Forerunners Of The Faith Teacher S Guide by Nathan Busenitz
Enter God’s Story of Faithfulness to His People The Christian faith extends beyond our personal experiences, our individual churches, and far beyond our present age. This, for the Christian, is great news. When we become acquainted with the legacy of our Christian heritage, we connect our stories to those of the faithful believers who have come before us. This connection is precisely what Nathan Busenitz, Dean of Faculty and professor of church history at The Master's Seminary, seeks to provide. Based on the bestselling Fundamentals of the Faith, Forerunners of the Faith outlines the biblical orthodoxy that characterizes the true church. Busenitz succinctly identifies thirteen key lessons that capture the trials and triumphs of the historical Church, providing insights for how the ancient Christians responded to the problems of their day to become the pillars of faith we now consider them to be. Learn how your faith stands on the shoulders of giants like Athanasius, Augustine, and Wycliffe. As more than a didactic resource, Forerunners of the Faith serves as spiritual encouragement as we remember the legacy of God’s faithfulness to his people.
Getting A Grip On The Basics by Beth Jones
When a child is born, doctors and family encourage the new parents to provide three elements essential to the survival of the newborn: love, nourishment and protections. These same elements are vital for every newborn Christian as well. This workbook will help those new to the Christian faith find these basics for survival. Getting a Grip on the Basics is a powerful study tool designed for either individual or group use and will help new and mature Christians alike. Through studying the Scriptures and completing this workbook, Christians will find and experience the love of God, receive spiritual nourishment and be able to rest in the protective care of the Lord and His Word. This dynamic study course will help readers become grounded in the fundamentals of Christian faith and learn important principles to vital Charismatic believers, including: - How to Become a Christian - How to Be Sure You are a Christian - How to Develop Your Relationship with God - How to Develop Your Prayer Life - How to Hear from God - How to Obey God - How to Experience God's Love and Forgiveness - How to Be Filled with the Holy Spirit - How to Be Sure You are Filled With the Spirit - How to Grow and Develop Your Faith - How to Experience the Abundant Life - How to Be an Overcover - How to Serve God Also Included is Insightful Teaching On: - How to Recognize False Doctrines - How to Find a Good Church - What to Look for in a Good Church - What to Do When You Find a Good Church
Biblical Doctrine by John MacArthur
Long-Awaited Systematic Theology by Well-Known Pastor, Author, and President of the Master's Seminary Doctrine isn’t just for theologians—it’s important for every Christian because it shows us who God is and how we should live. Systematizing the robust theology that has undergirded John MacArthur’s well-known preaching ministry for decades, this overview of basic Christian doctrine covers topics such as God the Father, Jesus Christ, the Holy Spirit, the Bible, salvation, and more. Comprehensive in scope yet written to be accessible to the average reader—with non-technical vocabulary, minimal footnotes, and a helpful bibliography—this volume offers Christians a solid foundation for what they believe and why.