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If you find yourself confused every time you crack your Bible open, this is the study for you! It covers 5 different ways you can more effectively study and UNDERSTAND the Bible.
This chart provides helpful comparisons of the following four views of creation held by believers: Original Creation, Gap Viewpoint of Creation, Day/Age View and Progressive Creation. Included in the comparisons are the views of the flood of Noah.
A “dispensation” is an era of time during which man is tested in respect to some definite revelation of God’s will. Dispensations are not different ways of being saved. Salvation is at all times by grace through faith. To fully understand the scriptures, it is helpful to look to scriptural meaning in light of the particular dispensation in which the scripture portion was written. This is a graphical representation of the dispensations in the Bible.
From obeychrist.com and #NoPlaceLeft, this study helps you to teach disciples "to obey everything [Jesus] has commanded."
The little book of Jude teaches us how to contend for the truth without being contentious. Contending for the truth requires recognizing and rejecting false teachings and false teachers.
The scriptures teach that the true church, the body of Christ did not come into being until Pentecost. The true church consists of only true believers baptized by the Holy Spirit into that one body.
This is a simple question and answer course which covers the basics of salvation and the importance of the life and belief of the Christian. It can be studied in whole or in parts by individuals working with new Christians, Bible study classes or even individually by a new Christian, who does not have anyone to ground him in God’s word. The first unit except for the last two parts could be used as an evangelistic study to introduce people to Christ. The table of contents gives a very excellent overview of what the course covers.
This is a simple question and answer course which covers the basics of salvation and the importance of the life and belief of the Christian. It is a shorter and more basic version of the full discipleship course based on the NIV and intended for younger believers.
A “dispensation” is an era of time during which man is tested in respect to some definite revelation of God’s will. Dispensations are not different ways of being saved. Salvation is at all times by grace through faith. To fully understand the scriptures, it is helpful to look to scriptural meaning in light of the particular dispensation in which the scripture portion was written. This is an in-depth study of the dispensations.
The scriptures teach that The Holy Spirit is God and at the same time, one of the three parts of the Triune Godhead. This is a complete study on what God’s word teaches about the Holy Spirit except for spiritual gifts which are discussed in a separate study.
This is a study of the scriptures as relate to creation. This study also includes data relating to the day/age view and the gap viewpoint as well as a set of arguments for a young earth.
This is a biblical study of demons including who they are, their characteristics, their activities, the time order of demons, demon possession, demon oppression, effects of demon activity, exorcism, and dealing with people who are demon oppressed or influenced.
What the Bible teaches about itself.
This is a study of the scriptural teaching of the causes of illness, the response to illness and of physical healing.
Jesus was conceived by the Holy Spirit and born of the virgin Mary, fully God and fully human, two natures in one Person. This is a comprehensive study on what God’s Word teaches about Jesus Christ.
The word “legalism” does not occur in the Bible. It is a term Christians use to describe a doctrinal position emphasizing a system of rules and regulations for achieving both salvation and spiritual growth. Legalists believe in and demand a strict literal adherence to rules and regulations which are either not found in the scripture or misapplied from the Old Testament. Legalism should not be confused with obedience or disciplined behavior, which is commanded.
Repentance is more than just being sorry for or turning from one’s sins. To repent, in relation to salvation, is to change your mind in regard to Jesus Christ and one’s sins. Repentance is a condition for salvation, and it is also a condition for the saved person who sins and confesses it to God.. This is an in-depth study of the concept of Biblical repentance.
This is a comprehensive thirteen part study on what God’s Word teaches about sin. The table of contents provides a detailed overview of what the study covers.
Spiritual gifts are given to every believer by the Holy Spirit at their conversion. They are to be used to minister to others and therefore build up the body of Christ. They are distributed according to His will, not by some effort on our part. This is a comprehensive study of the spiritual gifts.
The scriptures teach that the true or universal church consists of all believers from the date of Pentecost to the Rapture.
This is a study of the Scriptures relating to Holy Spirit Baptism. Holy Spirit baptism happens at the moment one trusts Christ for salvation and is not a work that He does for the believer at some time after salvation.
The book of Hebrews shows that Christ is superior in completely meeting our need for fellowship as well as salvation.
Grace is spoken of in the scriptures in five different ways as discussed in these notes.
A chart is provided with answers to the question: In what sense is salvation strictly God’s will and in what sense is man involved?
The qualifications from the Scriptures that should be met for deacons to be selected and to serve.
The qualifications from the Scriptures that should be met for elders to be selected and to serve.
The Rapture is the future event when Christ will descend from heaven at which time those who are in Christ will be immediately taken up to meet Him in the air. Following the Rapture is a seven year period of great distress and misery on earth, or in Biblical terms, a time of great trouble and suffering. This is an in-depth study of these events with emphasis on the scriptural evidence that the Rapture will immediately precede the Tribulation period.
This self-study presents two contrasting views of salvation: The Non-Lordship View and the Lordship View. Scriptures are used to show the importance of surrendering to Christ’s Lordship. Also included in this study are how salvation is received and the results of a true salvation experience. In addition, four types of scripture passages misused by Lordship-Salvation advocates are presented.
This course helps one understand the causes and purposes of suffering, how to respond to our own suffering and the suffering of others, as well as God’s promises concerning suffering. Also included are studies on God’s view of justice and a grace orientation to life. Both of these help the believer to keep perspective and balance in the face of difficulties and trials
The study provides the scriptural basis for the teaching that once salvation is received by faith in Christ, it cannot be lost by the true believer
The word “inspiration” literally means “God-breathed” in the Greek. And because Scripture is breathed by God, it is true and without error. This is a study of the inspiration and inerrancy of the Bible.
This is a Biblical study of the time between physical death and the resurrection of an individual.This study also answers those who incorrectly teach that the soul is not conscious between death and the resurrection.
Meaning of the term “deacon,” how deacons are to be selected and the responsibilities of deacons.
Meaning of the term “elder,” duties of the elder, the number of elders in a church and congregational responsibilities for pastors/elders.
Water Baptism identifies the believer with Christ in His death, burial and resurrection. It is an obligatory act of obedience, a public testimony and a picture representing profound truth. This is a study of God’s Word as relates to Water Baptism for the Church. and answers the error of those who teach that water baptism is necessary for salvation.
This is a comprehensive study of the meaning of the words translated as “Gentleness and Meekness” (and forms) from the Greek as used in the KJV, NKJV, NAS, NIV and ESV versions of the Bible.