Posts Tagged ‘doctrine’

This is the audio from the Wednesday evening study at Liberty Hill Baptist Church covering the Doctrine of Revelation. Not to be confused with the Book of Revelation (covering end times events), the Doctrine of Revelation looks at the nature of God’s communication to mankind.

In this fourth  session we took a look at how The Bible can be described as “being from God” when it was obviously written by human authors, clearly displaying their personalities, styles, and backgrounds.

This is the audio from the Wednesday evening study at Liberty Hill Baptist Church covering the Doctrine of Revelation. Not to be confused with the Book of Revelation (covering end times events), the Doctrine of Revelation looks at the nature of God’s communication to mankind.

In this third  session we wrapped up our discussion on Natural Theology and began a look at the means of Special Revelation, including the doctrine of Divine Inspiration.

Often the idea of theology or doctrine brings to mind really thick and dusty books along with old stuffy professors using big words that no one knows. It sounds boring and pretty much pointless to the day to day life of ordinary folks.

But is this true? Or can theology and right doctrine actually be a means by which we stir up our affections for the Lord and deepen our relationship with Christ?

Not all issues are created equally. There are some things that are vital to Christian faith, and others we can differ on but still be genuine followers of Christ. Pastor Chris gives us a guide to understanding these distinctions.