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Please study all lessons in each
course, looking up the Scriptures. Each lesson includes
questions with simple instructions showing how to submit
your answers to the studies. Please
take each course in order as listed below, and please
study each lesson in each previous course before
beginning a new course. Thanks for your cooperation!
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Studies in the life and teaching of Jesus Christ, the Founder of the Christian religion. Ten lessons about His miracles, parables, death, burial, and resurrection.
Why we believe in God, Jesus, and the Bible: evidences for the Christian faith. The lordship of Jesus, the meaning of discipleship, salvation, forgiveness of sins, obedience, baptism, and Divine authority vs. man-made traditions. Learn about the church Christ established, worship of God, and the origin of denominations. Eight lessons with quizzes.
Studies in the history of the early church and the beginning of Christianity as revealed in the Acts of the Apostles. Discusses the kingdom of Christ, church organization and worship, examples of conversion, the nature and purpose of miracles, the Christian faith, and the work of the Holy Spirit. Seven lessons with quizzes.
(A continuation of Course A. Seven lessons.)
Studies about how to grow as a disciple of Christ: spiritual maturity, discipleship, and Christian growth. How to change yourself, how to study the Bible, prayer, attending church worship meetings, and giving. Eight lessons with quizzes.
Further studies about Christianity and living as a Christian: human relationships (family, business, government, and race relations); morality, ethics, and moral purity; responsibilities of Christians in a local church; church organization (independence vs. centralization) and church work (Social Gospel vs. spiritual gospel). Eight lessons with quizzes.
Studies about forgiveness and salvation from sin. Learn about the nature of sin, God's grace, Jesus' sacrifice, faith, repentance, confession, baptism, faithfulness, and the church. What about infant baptism, sprinkling and pouring? How does one become a Christian? What attitudes and commitment are required?
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