Doctrine: What Christians Should Believe

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Crossway, 2010 - Religion - 463 pages

Doctrine is the word Christians use to define the truth-claims revealed in Holy Scripture. Of course there is a multitude of churches, church networks, and denominations, each with their own doctrinal statement with many points of disagreement. But while Christians disagree on a number of doctrines, there are key elements that cannot be denied by anyone claiming to be a follower of Jesus.

In Doctrine: What Christians Should Believe, Driscoll and Breshears teach thirteen of these key elements. This meaty yet readable overview of basic doctrine will help Christians clarify and articulate their beliefs in accordance with the Bible.

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Very best relatively short intro to Doctrine

User Review  - TomL -

Another book that I buy for overseas Christians who do not have access to good theological materials. This books combines breath,diversity,evangelical,and readable all into a very valuable book. Read full review

A must read for every Protestant Believer

User Review  - ellington -

This book should be required reading for all people who profess to be Christ followers. The lack of doctrinal teaching in our churches is lacking. This is a great book to use as a study in a small group setting or as a family Bible time. Highly recommend! Read full review

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About the author (2010)

MARK DRISCOLLis the founding pastor and preaching pastor of Mars Hill Church in Seattle, one of the fastest-growing churches in America, and president of the Acts 29 Church Planting Network.

GERRY BRESHEARSis professor of theology and chairman of the division of biblical and theological studies at Western Seminary. Driscoll and Breshears also coauthored Vintage Jesus, Vintage Church, and Death by Love, all in the Re:Lit: Vintage Jesus series.

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