There then follow discussion questions and a suggested prayer. This book is a great resource for churches to use as a study guide to reflect on the foundational articles of the Anglican church.
Author: Lee Gatiss
"A stellar cast of Anglican pastors and theologians from around the world reflect on the foundational teachings of global Anglicanism. Putting the Thirty-nine Articles in their biblical and historical context, they navigate some of the difficult terrain with clear and compelling application for today. This book is an excellent guide for the newcomer, and a refreshing commentary for the seasoned interpreter. "We consider this book as God speaking to the Church again. Without reservations, therefore, we commend and recommend this book to all Anglicans of the GAFCON family, and Christians everywhere, who yet seek after God and his kingdom through Jesus Christ." Archbishop Nicholas Okoh, Chairman of the GAFCON Primates' Council."--Publisher's website.
The author's thanks are due and are heartily rendered to the members of the committee appointed by the First Presidency, whose painstaking and efficient examination of the manuscript prior to the delivery of the lectures, has inspired some ...
Author: James E. Talmage
Publisher: Latter-day Strengths
The lectures herewith presented have been prepared in accordance with the request and appointment of the First Presidency of the Church. The greater number of the addresses were delivered before the Theology Class of the Church University; and, after the close of the class sessions, the lectures were continued before other Church organizations engaged in the study of theology. To meet the desire expressed by the Church authorities,—that the lectures be published for use in the various educational institutions of the Church,—the matter has been revised, and is now presented in this form. In anticipation of probable question or criticism regarding the disparity of length of the several lectures, it may be stated that each of the addresses occupied two or more class sessions, and that the present arrangement of the matter in separate lectures is rather one of compilation than of original presentation. The author's thanks are due and are heartily rendered to the members of the committee appointed by the First Presidency, whose painstaking and efficient examination of the manuscript prior to the delivery of the lectures, has inspired some approach to confidence in the prospective value of the book among members of the Church. The committee here referred to consisted of Elders Francis M. Lyman, Abraham H. Cannon, and Anthon H. Lund, of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles; Elder George Reynolds, one of the Presidents of the Presiding Quorum of Seventy; Elder John Nicholson, and Dr. Karl G. Maeser. The lectures are now published by the Church, and with them goes the hope of the author that they may prove of some service to the many students of the scriptures among our people, and to other earnest inquirers into the doctrines and practices of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
This Biblical workbook has 2,690+ questions and includes the answers to all questions. This workbook was compiled with the intent to help promote the study of the Bible.
Author: Darrel Jenkins
Publisher: Writers Club Press
This Biblical workbook has 2,690+ questions and includes the answers to all questions. This workbook was compiled with the intent to help promote the study of the Bible. It contains questions specifically on what Baptist's believe (The Articles of Faith).
Articles of Faith addresses the 16 articles that make up the foundation of the Church of the Nazarene.
Author: Gay L. Leonard
Publisher: Beacon Hill Press
Articles of Faith addresses the 16 articles that make up the foundation of the Church of the Nazarene. Each of these 16 articles is examined and presented with a fresh and contemporary explanation to provide you with a clearer understanding of what these articles teach and how they can be expressed in your daily life. A deeper understanding of these articles will help you determine how you will live and how you will relate to one another and the world around you.