Item description for What Every Christian Ought to Know: Essential Truths for Growing Your Faith by Adrian Rogers...
Overview Rogers offers newcomers to the faith an overview of basic truths to help themgrow as believers.
Publishers Description Just as plants need certain essentials to grow--light, water, and fertile soil--so do new Christians--babes in the faith. Without these essentials--the basic truths of the faith--they will never establish strong roots or bear fruit. Adrian Rogers has written a book designed to give new believers the nurture and care their faith needs to blossom and grow. What Every Christian Ought to Know seeks to give intellectual truth, and also to provide the "spiritual nutrients" required to produce mature faith.
Citations And Professional Reviews What Every Christian Ought to Know: Essential Truths for Growing Your Faith by Adrian Rogers has been reviewed by professional book reviewers and journalists at the following establishments -
Publishers Weekly - 05/16/2005 page 59
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Studio: B&H Books
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.26" Width: 6.34" Height: 0.91" Weight: 1.15 lbs.
Release Date Jul 8, 2005
Publisher Broadman And Holman
ISBN 0805426922 ISBN13 9780805426922
Availability 0 units.
More About Adrian Rogers
The late Adrian Rogers was the pastor of the 27,000-member Bellevue Baptist Church in Memphis. He served three times as President of the Southern Baptist Convention and wrote many books. He also reached many people through his television and radio ministry, "Love Worth Finding."
Adrian Rogers currently resides in Memphis, in the state of Tennessee.
Adrian Rogers has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about What Every Christian Ought To Know-Hardcover?
Book Review Jan 29, 2007
Book was in good shape, delivery on time, and had a good price.
A book every Christian should own Jan 5, 2007
I cannot rave enough about this book. This is definitely a book every Christian should own, and keep beside his Bible and refer back to it often. I have purchased 7 of these books for family and friends. I am presently reading it for the second time. It is an easy read, but with mega insights. It is for the new Christian as well as the long-time Christian. Truly, a Must Read!
Pay attention,Christians Nov 10, 2006
If you want to have a Christian life that reflects how Christ intended us to live this is the pattern to follow.
Gr8 Aug 11, 2006
Super book for baby Christians or older Christians that have had mimimal growth.
A Book worth reading! Jul 11, 2006
Saw this book on the shelf at a local bookstore after Dr. Rodgers had passed from this physical life to the next. Realized it was a book written after he retired shortly before he died of colon cancer and was curious what nuggets of wisdom he would share. Started reading it about 3 weeks ago on the outbound leg of a business trip, GOD had plans to put it in someone else's hand, so I have now purchased it twice, and worth every penny.
This book, although not too deep theologically, touches on some very tough questions which young and mature Christians alike struggle with. Dr. Rogers explains them in ways that anyone can understand and backs them up with both experiential and biblical evidence. He starts by building an essential foundation for belief in the bible based on historical, biblical and scientific sources and then shares 11 other essentials that all Christians need to know to mature and grow.
If you are exploring Christianity, this book is for you! If you are not sure of your salvation, this book is for you! If you are sure of your salvation and want to nurture and grow your faith, this book is for you! If you are a mature Christian looking for a solid book to pass on or recommend to those that you are mentoring, this book is for you!
Dr. Rodgers Ministry was and is titled " A Love Worth Finding", well this book is a book worth reading. I will be purchasing many other copies.