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Overview Is sin avoidable? Does God cause everything that happens? Can Christians lose their salvation? Why was Satan allowed to tempt Adam and Eve? Is it possible to find proof of God's existence in the Bible? Many Christians do not have a mature, biblical understanding of these and other fundamental issues at the heart of their faith. Through a straightforward question and answer format, the reader will learn to defend the Wesleyan approach to faith and understand why a doctrinal position on these issues matters.
Publishers Description Is there any way to avoid sin in my life?Does God cause everything that happens to me?Could I lose my salvation?Will I find proof of God's existence in the Bible?Why was Satan allowed to tempt Adam and Eve?Do you have a mature, bible-based understanding of these and other fundamental issues at the heart of the Christian faith?Through a straightforward question and answer approach, Richard S. Taylor explains basic Christian beliefs in What Every Christian Ought to Know. This book will help you grow in your spiritual life as you follow the command to 'be transformed by the renewing of your mind' (Rom. 12:2).
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Studio: Beacon Hill Press of Kansas City
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.02" Width: 5.28" Height: 0.32" Weight: 0.34 lbs.
Release Date Mar 15, 2002
Publisher Beacon Hill Press of Kansas City
ISBN 083411920X ISBN13 9780834119208
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More About Richard S. Taylor
Richard S. Taylor, Th.D., is Professor Emeritus of Theology and Missions at Nazarene Theological Seminary. He makes his home in Edmonds, Washington, and maintains an active schedule of writing, preaching, and teaching. His significant contributions as an author include The Disciplined Life; Exploring Christian Holiness, Vol. 3: The Theological Formulation; and A Right Conception of Sin.