Certainty (Christian Basics Bible Study Series)
Based on material from influential Christian books, this unique study series is designed to help you grow in eight key areas of discipleship: commitment, knowing Christ, priorities, prayer, work, worship, Scripture and character. Each guide contains six studies that will...
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Based on material from influential Christian books, this unique study series is designed to help you grow in eight key areas of discipleship: commitment, knowing Christ, priorities, prayer, work, worship, Scripture and character. Each guide contains six studies that will lead you through important Bible passages and help you apply biblical truth to life. They include the NIV text, background notes, and help for leaders. Ideal for both individuals and groups.
Growing in faith means facing hard questions.Is Jesus Christ the only way to God? Why does God allow suffering and evil? Are miracles possible?These are questions that need--and deserve--solid answers. Six studies drawn from Paul Little's bestsellingKnow Why You Believelead you into Scripture to find reasonable responses to the many tough questions you and others may have about Jesus and Christianity.
Paul E. Little and his wife, Marie, worked for twenty-five years with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship. Until his death in 1975, Little was also associate professor of evangelism at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Deerfield, Illinois. He was the author of several books and articles, including Know Why You Believe.
- Getting The Most Out Of Christian Basics Bible Studies
- Introduction: How Can I Be Sure?
- 1. A Reasonable Christianity - <em>acts 17:16-34</em>
- 2. Did Christ Rise From The Dead? - <em>1 Corinthians 15:3-20</em>
- 3. Are Miracles Relevant? - <em>john 14:8-14</em>
- 4. Why Does God Allow Suffering And Evil? - <em>romans 8:28-39</em>
- 5. Is Jesus Christ The Only Way To God? - <em>john 14:1-7</em>
- 6. Is Christian Experience Valid? - <em>acts 9:1-31</em>
- Guidelines For Leaders
- Study Notes