The fourth set of these lessons are start with the question, “What does the Bible teach about…?” and then goes on to ask several questions about different Christian doctrines that will help a person in their continue growth of Christian life.
Again, as I present this next set of ten lessons I want to say thank you to those who helped proof read them and gave many suggestions. Thank you!
Here is the introduction to Firm Foundations Four, Christian Doctrine:
Deepening The Faith
As believers understand the basics of Christianity, how to apply their faith, and realize their new identity in Jesus Christ, they often start asking more questions about “other” Christian doctrines. We have a desire to go deeper into the Word and want to know what the Bible says about some of the more controversial topics that sometimes mature believers aren’t sure how to answer. In these lessons, we want to help you confront and understand many of these doctrines which, in turn, will deepen your faith and confidence in the Word of God and guide you to know how to live out these truths.
Book 4, Lessons 31-40
This is the fourth book in our Firm Foundations series. It covers the fourth set of ten lessons to help you deepen your faith. These lessons are considered the basics of expanding your understanding of Christian doctrine. These lessons will hopefully help you deepen your understanding of Christian doctrine and how it applies to your daily life. These lessons include:
- What Does The Bible Teach About Creation?
- What Does The Bible Teach About The End Times?
- What Does The Bible Teach About The Spiritual Realm?
- What Does The Bible Teach About Marriage?
- What Does The Bible Teach About Manhood?
- What Does The Bible Teach About Womanhood?
- What Does The Bible Teach About Authority?
- What Does The Bible Teach About Pastors?
- What Does The Bible Teach About False Teachers?
- What Does The Bible Teach About Unbelievers?
About The Lessons
Each lesson has a main truth, a simple outline that supports it, Bible references under many of the points, and review questions at the end. These lessons are best used when a mature believer is able to guide you through them, studying one lesson per session.