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Great themes : understanding the Bible's core doctrines / Michael Redding. [print]

By: Redding, Michael [author]Contributor(s): Donahue, Bill [edt]Material type: TextTextSeries: Bible 101 ; 4Publication details: Downers Grove, Illinois : InterVarsity Press, [(c)2000. Description: 60 pages : 21 cm. chartsContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 0830820671; 9780830820672Other title: Understanding the Bible's core doctrines | Six lessons for small groupsSubject(s): Theology, Doctrinal. -- Study and teaching -- Popular works | Christian Bible Criticism & Interpretation | Christian Bible Language Studies | Christian Bible Study GuidesLOC classification: BS600.2.G743 2000COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:
Contents:
Introduction Creation Sin Salvation Sanctification Community Putting it all together Leader's notes.
Abstract: From cover to cover, key themes can be traced through the stories and teachings of Scripture. Creation, sin, salvation, sanctification and community--these are the themes that make up the essentials of our faith. As we understand the place of these doctrines in Scripture, we will better understand God's good news for our lives and his church today
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Non-fiction BS600.2.R43.B535 2000 (Browse shelf(Opens below)) Available 31923001800586

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Introduction Creation Sin Salvation Sanctification Community Putting it all together Leader's notes.

From cover to cover, key themes can be traced through the stories and teachings of Scripture. Creation, sin, salvation, sanctification and community--these are the themes that make up the essentials of our faith. As we understand the place of these doctrines in Scripture, we will better understand God's good news for our lives and his church today

Redding is a trainer and consultant for IBM Corporation. He is an active volunteer at Willow Creek Community Church (South Barrington, Illinois), providing leadership in small group ministry and teaching Bible classes.

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