Maximum Truth in Minimum Time (5 Minute Series)
Pop quiz: How would you explain the difference between sanctification and justification to a curious seeker? Are there any unforgivable sins? When your daughter asks about the concept of salvation or why she shouldn't be afraid of the Holy Ghost,...
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Pop quiz: How would you explain the difference between sanctification and justification to a curious seeker? Are there any unforgivable sins? When your daughter asks about the concept of salvation or why she shouldn't be afraid of the Holy Ghost, how would you explain it so she understands?
It's clear that theology isn't something for just pastors to study. You also need to understand God's Word and principles to protect you and your family against the barrage of half-truths and outright lies so prevalent in today's society. This book will give you a maximum amount of truth with a minimum commitment of time. Five Minute Theologian explains one hundred essential beliefs of the Christian faith in short, five-minute daily readings. In about three months, you can absorb the major tenets of Christianity and greatly improve your understanding of God's Word. Dr. Cornish's simple yet profound explanations of God, the Bible, sin, grace, election, and other fundamental concepts will help you be confident that when you talk about your faith, you know what you're talking about.
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Rick Cornish is a former Marine Officer with an earned doctorate degree from Denver Seminary as well as a masters degree in Greek and history from the University of Nebraska. He has seventeen years experience as a pastor in the U.S., and is currently a missionary teacher of theology, New Testament, and church history with "Teaching Truth International" (TTI). He teaches in several places around the world, but mostly in China. He previously served as U.S. Director and teacher of New Testament and systematic theology at Donetsk Christian University in Ukraine. Rick is the author of three books: