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Overview This book introduces the major beliefs of Presbyterians. It is written non technically to provide readers with a clear discussion of what Presbyterians believe about key theological topics. It is arranged according to three broad headings: the God Who Reveals, Creates, and Guides; the Christ Who Saves People Like Us; and the Church Where Faith Begins, Is Nourished, and Grows all to the glory of God! This book is ideal for personal and group study in churches.
This book is a clear introduction to the major beliefs of Presbyterians. It is written nontechnically to provide readers with a clear discussion of what Presbyterians believe about key theological topics. This book is ideal for personal and group study in churches.
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Studio: Geneva Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9" Width: 7.4" Height: 0.4" Weight: 0.4 lbs.
Release Date May 5, 2003
Publisher PRESBYTERIAN PUBLISHING #86
ISBN 0664502539 ISBN13 9780664502539
Availability 0 units.
More About Donald K. McKim
Donald K. McKim is former Academic Dean and Professor of Theology at Memphis Theological Seminary. He is author or editor of numerous books, including Theological Turning Points: Major Issues in Christian Thought; Dictionary of Major Biblical Interpreters; The Westminster Handbook to Reformed Theology; and the Encyclopedia of the Reformed Faith.
Donald K. McKim currently resides in the state of Tennessee. Donald K. McKim has an academic affiliation as follows - Memphis Theological Seminary.
Reviews - What do customers think about Presbyterian Beliefs: A Brief Introduction?
Christian Beliefs - from a Reformed perspective Nov 4, 2006
This book is well-written and easily understood. The book was introduced to a men's Bible study group that I am part of and we dedicated our study time to discussing the book, one chapter a week.
The book is really an introduction to Christian Beliefs from a Reformed perspective. Our group found the book helpful and biblical. Where Presbyterians disagree over issues, McKim was faithful to present a breadth of views.
Great overview in plain terms Mar 8, 2006
I attend another faith services with a preference towards Presbyterianism. Since I am relatively new to this faith, I wanted a succinct background of the Presbyterian beliefs. This paperback has that, and it is well written in laymen's terms. There are also in-depth explanations of the church's positions on key issues of the faith. A feature which I especially like is the discussion question list at the end of each chapter. They can be used for group discussion or self-indulgence. At the end of the book there is a list of titles for further detail on any of the aforementioned subject matter. I believe that you will enjoy this book. I do.