This book brings together a digest of the basic beliefs and teachings associated with the Christian religion. It is intended as a primer of basic Christian beliefs written from a non-sectarian, ecumenical point of view. It allows for much amplification and discussion by either the teacher or the discussion leader. Seven prime categories of belief comprise the book's chapters: The Christian God, Jesus Christ, Jesus and Reconciliation, Christian Faith, the Christian Church, Christian Ethics, and Christian Eschatology.
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This is the third volume in Alvin Plantinga's trilogy on the notion of warrant, which he defines as that which distinguishes knowledge from true belief. In this volume, Plantinga examines warrant's role in theistic belief, tackling the questions of whether it is rational, reasonable, justifiable, and warranted to accept Christian belief and whether there is something epistemically unacceptable in doing so. He contends that Christian beliefs are warranted to the extent that they are formed by properly functioning cognitive faculties, thus, insofar as they are warranted, Christian beliefs are knowledge if they are true.
Stephen Eyre introduces what you need to know about God, Christ, the Holy Spirit, human nature, sin, salvation, holiness, the church, mission, revelation and the last things.
Christian Beliefs is designed for those who desire a basic understanding of Christian life and thought. It can be used for personal and family study and devotion. However, it is most appropriate for instruction in Christian doctrine in a congregational setting. Any believer or non-believer should find this small volume to be useful in the discovery of meaning for living the good life.
A Symposium of Christian Beliefs is about comprehensive ways of seeing Christianity as a whole.
Illustrated with photographs and diagrams, this text is divided into easily digestible paragraphs, whilst highlighting key words. It includes suggestion boxes throughout that provide activities and tips for reader, whilst a spread at the back for teachers and parents give activity suggestions and advice on how to use the book with children.
"The Top Ten Dumbest Christian Beliefs" is a witty, easy to read, thought provoking, soft cover manuscript that readers will not want to put down. It is a concise and refreshing challenge to the learned ignorance commonly preached and taught from today''''s pulpits. "The Top Ten Dumbest Christian Beliefs" is surprisingly non-judgmental and not heavy on theological jargon. It cuts through the psycho babel, enlightening the reader with objective views that will strengthen their faith and cause them to become critical thinkers. "The Top Ten Dumbest Christian Beliefs" is a life changing walk through the Christian no spin zone that will arouse the intellect, stimulate emotions and cultivate a desire to study and learn more about God''''s word.
You grew up using the well known black and yellow striped Cliff's Notes to help you grasp everything from great literary works to algebra. Unfortunately, what ""Cliff"" forgot was the greatest literary work in history: the complete Holy Bible. Enjoy the ease of understanding the Bible like never before, book by book. Shepherd's notes helps reader's learn about the inspired authors of the Bible books and when and where they were first penned. Each Bible book is revealed in simple understandable steps that outline and underscore the focal points and personalities of the biblical text. You'll look to these unique books for their use in Bible studies, teaching, personal devotions and even in sermon preparation! Christian and home schools will find Shepherd's Notes an invaluable resource.
It is crucial that followers of Jesus and followers of Allah understand the similarities and differences of their respective systems of belief. This compendium has been derived largely from the authors’ book Muslims and Christians at the Table. We heartily recommend this 325-page book, designed to promote biblical understanding among Muslims.