A foundation for life: A study of key Christian doctrines and their application.
by: Michael A.G. Haykin, ed.
Are you trying to understand what the Christian faith is all about? Does studying Christian doctrine seem impractical to your daily life? Do you find some biblical teachings confusing? When things happen in your life do you find yourself questioning God's character? Are you confused about judgment? sanctification? sin?
With these and many other questions in our minds, we have brought together some contemporary pastors and church leaders to help explain the basic doctrines of the Christian faith in an easy, understandable way. After all, throughout history, the Bible has provided the surest foundation for living that this world can offer! The impact of this truth should transform your life and help to renew our twenty-first century society.
A Foundation for Life will help the reader learn the basic teaching of the Bible's most important doctrines. Godly men wrote this book, putting it in plain, easy-to-understand language. It is useful not only for personal study, but the brief chapters are outlined so well that the material is easily adaptable to group usage also. "I warmly commend this volume to anyone who wants to grow in his or her understanding of God's Word." - Donald S. Whitney, Associate Professor of Spiritual Formation, Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.
Contributors: David Aspinall, Pierre Constant, Heinz G. Dschankilic, Keith M. Edwards, Jim Elliff, David Kay, Stephen Kring, Jerry Marcellino, David B. Morris, Carl Muller, Peter Pikkert, Don Theobald, Kirk Wellum, Stephen J. Wellum, Fred G. Zaspel.
144 pages, 6x9", perfectbound
Published July 2002