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A study of the first great council of the Christian church helps us to understand the nature of true Christian spirituality and evangelism.
This study is written with church leaders in mind (lay and clergy), but reveals important insights for all Christians. Lasting church growth is based upon the apostolic foundation of our faith. And a knowledge of the apostolic foundation of our faith makes all Christians more steadfast and fruitful in the service of Jesus Christ, less likely to be torn in the wrong direction by the latest attitudes and fads.
These three articles discuss the nature of Christian faith and how we live by faith. Each builds on the insights provided in the previous article.
"Look before you leap" isn't a Scriptural teaching, but it is good common sense. Given the popularity of "revival" in today's Christian community, a careful consideration of the subject is in order. This study examines what we can expect from God and what God expects from us.
The inerrancy of Scripture, properly understood, is an important Christian doctrine, inasmuch as recognizing the authority of Scripture is fundamental to growth in true Christian spirituality and service.
A consideration of the temptation of Christ not only gives us a deeper understanding of Jesus Christ, it can also help Christians in their spiritual lives today.
This series discusses the nature of worship that is "acceptable to God."
This study concentrates upon the clear teachings of Scripture concerning life after death.
Holiness is one of the central themes of Holy Scripture. Scriptural holiness is the only holiness that is true, the only holiness worth pursuing, the only holiness that is guaranteed by the Lord to His people.
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