In this easy-to-read book, Adam Murrell takes us through the essays that comprised The Fundamentals, summarizing many of the difficult concepts precisely, with clear and simple language and reminds us what it truly means, in the historical sense, to be a fundamentalist. Each of the chapters is just enough to manage at one time, sufficient to nourish the mind as well as encourage the heart and inspire further study. There is also a list of recommended articles at the conclusion of each chapter for additional reading. The resulting work will long serve the church as an invaluable aid for digesting the fundamental doctrines of Christianity and teaching the eternal truths of Scripture in bite-sized segments.
This work explains basic Bible beliefs regarding Holy Scripture, God and the Trinity, the deity of Christ, the resurrection, the fall into sin, the importance of missions, the true church, and much more. Every chapter is geared toward bringing us to a deeper knowledge and fuller understanding of the truths set forth in God's Word and defended so vigorously in the classic testimony to truth, The Fundamentals.
Many di?ering names and interpretations surround this frequently misunderstood subject. Even Christians who go to church every Sunday cannot seem to agree on what the Holy Spirit means to them.
Through concise study of biblical passages that clearly teach about the Holy Spirit’s identity and purpose, Understanding the Holy Spirit throws light on misplaced notions of the Holy Spirit, exposing its true meaning as the power of God. You’ll walk away knowing what importance the Holy Spirit holds in your everyday life; why the Holy Spirit doesn’t pertain to just one Christian denomination; and how a clear understanding of the Holy Spirit can improve your spiritual health.
Discover how the Holy Spirit relates to God the Father and the Son and how the Holy Spirit reveals God’s presence. Whether you are a new Christian, a lifelong believer, or someone who simply wants to learn more about the qualities of the Holy Spirit, Understanding the Holy Spirit serves as a guide for biblical knowledge and spiritual wellness.
According to 1 Peter 1:10, “Concerning this salvation, the prophets, who spoke of the grace that was to come to you, searched intently and with the greatest care.” We should want to know more about it too. There is nothing more important than our response to God’s grace. Near the end of his life, hymn writer John Newton said, “My memory is nearly gone; but I remember two things: that I am a great sinner and that Christ is a great Savior.”
It is, in fact, vital to have a biblical understanding of salvation. Questions such as “Who can be saved?”, “What is the gospel?”, and “Why did Jesus have to die?” are of primary importance. Fortunately, the Bible answers these questions and many more. This book takes one hundred questions about salvation and addresses them with God’s Own Word. The Lord, the Author of salvation, came “to seek and to save what was lost” (Luke 19:10), and He is the focal point of these answers.