Great Truths Of The Bible

Author: Alan Stringfellow
Publisher: Hensley Pub
ISBN: 9781563220470
Size: 15.28 MB
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Have you ever felt God has something special planned for your life, but often find you fail to receive His greater blessings? Great Truths of the Bible contains 52 lessons covering 48 cardinal principles of the Christian faith which will prepare you to discover the magnificent power God has given you. Once you've completed this Bible study you will have equipped yourself with the very fundamentals of your faith. Great Truths of the Bible gives you the answers to truths regarding the Bible -- the inspired Word of God, God the Trinity, God the Father, God the Son, holy angels, Satan and his angels, sin, salvation, repentance, faith, regeneration, justification, redemption, atonement and grace, as well as prayer, the Christian life, the Church -- the Body of Christ, the Antichrist and the false prophet and the second coming of Christ. It is when these truths become a living reality in your life that you truly learn how to change despair to hope, sadness to joy, fear to faith.

A Handbook Of The Christian Faith

Author: John Schwarz
Publisher: Bethany House
ISBN: 1441211438
Size: 45.98 MB
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A Handbook of the Christian Faith is a one- volume overview of the Bible, church history, Christian beliefs and practices, other religions, and other issues of Christianity written in an easy-to-understand style. Organized in ten thematic chapters, the book is designed for use by individuals or study groups. "I cannot think of a more helpful resource for adults who are serious about their faith and the desire to understand it better," says Dr. W. Ward Gasque, President, Pacific Association for Theological Studies.

Reading The Bible

Author: Timothy R. Carmody
Publisher: Paulist Press
ISBN: 9780809141890
Size: 61.60 MB
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"Ideal for introductory Bible courses, adult education groups, and readers of any faith, this book is an invitation to engage biblical text in a direct, fulfilling, and honest manner in order to better understand and interpret it, and to enter into the process of learning how to do this."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved

Deepening Faith

Author: Janet Schaeffler
Publisher: Liturgical Press
ISBN: 081464676X
Size: 53.10 MB
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Since the ending of Vatican II, the church has officially published no fewer than eight major documents calling for adults to be the center of the church’s educational mission. And the Catholic faithful are calling on the church to quench their thirst for a deepening of their lived faith. They realize that the catechesis they received as children simply isn’t enough to continue in the faith as adults in the church and world; they desire a deepened faith. In Deepening Faith, Janet Schaeffler, OP, offers a practical guide and source of encouragement to parish and diocesan committees, catechists, and adult faith formation teams. She outlines the essential foundations, methods and strategies that can support this journey for today’s adults of all ages and generations.

Emmaus Stage 3

Author: Stephen Cottrell
Publisher: Church House Publishing
ISBN: 0715140140
Size: 64.94 MB
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Emmaus: The Way of Faith is a course designed to welcome people into the Christian faith and the life of the Church. Growing as a Christian contains five short courses to encourage believers toward maturity in key areas of the Christian life: prayer, the Scriptures, church, worship, sacraments, and Christian hope.

The Faith

Author: Charles Colson
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0310276039
Size: 76.18 MB
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Addresses modern-world questions about the Christian religion and its tenets, drawing on historical events and present-day anecdotes to illustrate its joyful aspects while explaining the faith's embrace of the example and message of Jesus.

Roots Matter A Baptist S Interpretation Of Church History

Author: Marvin McKenzie
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
ISBN: 1304913031
Size: 34.90 MB
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The sixteen chapters contained in this book are not a history of the church. They are meant to be an interpretation and commentary on that history. I have attempted to acknowledge the biases of all parties, including the Baptists. My purpose is to propose an answer for the varying opinions and practices of Christians, even among Baptists.

Cyber Worship In Multifaith Perspectives

Author: Mohamed Taher
Size: 30.33 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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Cyber Worship in Multifaith Perspectives, as is implied by its name, explores worship (i.e., Prayer, Praise, Scripture, Sacrament, Rituals, Confessions, Eucharist, Rites, Pilgrimages, Reflection, Contemplation, etc.) on the Internet. It is not an "everything you need to know" guide about the subjects of faith and belief, religions-online, religions on the Net, or religions in cyberspace. Rather, it is a book about religious and spiritual experience under the rubric, cyber worship, which is the variety of ways religious devotion is performed and carried out on the Internet. The term 'Cyber Worship' is a catchall phrase, which includes variants such as online worship, virtual worship, electronic prayer, cyber puja, cyber synagogue, and so on. Dr. Mohamed Taher has thus assembled a quick reference for two groups: those communities that are involved in Cyber Worship and business Webs that collaborate in sustaining wired environments. As such, this book provides an interesting and current perspective on a practice that will continue to grow in the future.

Thinking Like A Christian

Author: David Noebel
Publisher: B&H Publishing Group
ISBN: 0805438963
Size: 53.10 MB
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This 12-week curriculum, interactive study takes students on a journey into the world of ideas that are shaping our culture while teaching them biblical responses.