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To receive someone into your home and offer them a bath and a meal is one of the surest signs of full acceptance and a real relationship. This is, essentially, what God does with us after we are rescued from the bondage of sin, brought out of our imprisonment to Satan and into a new life in Christ.

The Bible is the standard by which all true Christian belief and practice must be judged and evaluated. However, the Bible was not designed to be merely a rule book or a how-to manual. Rather, the Bible gives us God’s self-revelation in the midst of specific situations and contexts, whether in the life of Israel or the challenges of first-century churches.

http://youtu.be/NxrugLwUYKE What is the Nicene Creed? What is its historical context? Why does it matter to the Church? The Nicene Creed explained, with Dr. Chuck...

http://youtu.be/ABJr4yq9IlE What is the Apostles' Creed? What is its historical context? Why does it matter to the Church? Dr. Charles Gutenson shares with us today. View...

Catechesis has been the church’s continuous ministry of teaching the faith to believers, aiming to instill within them a Christian way of living grounded...

Here is a list of catechism resources by Dr. Timothy Tennent: Ten Words, Two Signs, One Prayer: Core Practices of the Christian Faith The Call to...

Read Wesleyan Catechesis: The Role of Sacraments and Confirmation, Part I. --- Why then did Wesley also delete the catechism from The Sunday Service? Was it...

Catechism is a term first introduced by Martin Luther to denote a formal method of teaching the basics of christian beliefs, specifically focusing on...

Worship and Christian education are often kept separate within the church. We have the Sunday school, where generally a lay person teaches a carefully...

Recently, in evangelical circles, there has been a renaissance of catechesis, the church’s historic practice of teaching the essentials of the faith through dialogue....

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