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Published by Eerdmans in Grand Rapids .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Theology, Doctrinal -- Popular works.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Statementby Malcolm Furness.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBT77 .F84 1974
The Physical Object
Pagination128 p.
Number of Pages128
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5427487M
ISBN 100802815731
LC Control Number73022310
OCLC/WorldCa797905

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  But if some deny even one of the five fundamentals mentioned above, they have departed from the faith, “giving heed to seducing spirits, and doctrines of devils” (1 Timothy ). By denying the above scriptural doctrines, they have heaped to themselves “teachers, having itching ears” (2 Timothy ); thereby even “denying the Lord. Doctrine 1 What Is The Bible?. Doctrine 2A The Bible: Inspired By God. Doctrine 2B "Evidences" That Scripture Is The "Word Of God". Doctrine 3 The Bible: Its Purpose and Subject. Doctrine 4 The Bible: As A Divine Revelation. 8 Foundational Doctrines of the Christian Faith | The five basic doctrines of the Christian faith are taken from a book called "The Fundamentals" edited by R.A. Torrey with contributors such as H.A. Ironside and C.I. Scofield. In , God led two Christian laymen to set aside a large sum of money for issuing twelve volumes which would set forth the fundamentals of the Christian faith.

Torah--the First Five Books of Moses; Injeel--the message that Jesus gave, written down, but no longer exists. The writings have been altered by scholars. Whatever agrees with the Koran is true. Zaboor--the Psalms1; Pre-ordainment (Qadar) is the teaching that all things, good and bad, are preordained to occur. Anglicans believe that there is only one God, but there are three elements to this one God: God the Father, God the Son, God the Holy Spirit; that human beings' decision to reject this eternal God and live according to their own standards (sin) causes a relational breakdown between them; that God the Son, Jesus Christ, lived and died to give people a model and a way to be reconciled with God. Dr. Elmer Towns Knowing the eight Foundational Doctrines of the Faith will help you to understand the basics of your Christian faith so that you can stand strong and securely state your position to those who question your faith. Here is a summary of these eight major doctrines. WHAT WE BELIEVE ABOUT THE BIBLE The Holy Spirit Guided human authors so that what thy wrote in Scripture is.   The book contains 52 vital doctrines of the Bible, the cardinal doctrines that are essential for the understanding of Christianity and a Christian's growth. It features chapters on the "Bible," "God the Son," "God the Trinity," "God the Holy Spirit," "Satan," "Man," "The Church," "The Second Coming of Christ," and so much s:

After clicking 'Register', you will receive an email with a link to verify your account and to complete your registration. The completed registration allows us to send order and donation receipts to the email address you provided. Description. Knowing the eight Foundational Doctrines of the Faith will help you to understand the basics of your Christian faith so that you can stand strong and securely state your position to those who question your faith.. Eight major doctrines are discussed in eight chapters. WHAT WE BELIEVE ABOUT THE BIBLE. The Holy Spirit Guided human authors so that what thy wrote in Scripture is.   The statement strikes a delicate balance. It affirms that the doctrine of inerrancy is “vital to a sound understanding of the whole of the Christian faith” and that to deny it has grave consequences for the individual and the church. However, this statement also makes clear that belief in inerrancy is not necessary for salvation.   Hence appears the vital importance of the great Reformation doctrine of justification by faith alone; that doctrine is at the very centre of Christianity. It means that acceptance with God is not something that we earn; it is not something that is subject to the wretched uncertainties of human endeavour; but it is a free gift of God.