In a clear, crisp style, these abbreviated essays present the vital doctrines forming the foundations of Southern Baptist life and thought. Some present a major concept while others consider, one at a time, the several aspects of a basic belief. Each doctrine is briefly defined and numerous biblical passages are given to undergird and interpret its meaning.
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Date:July 17, 2007
This is a little book which deals with great matters concerning bedrock tenets of Christianity. The author acknowledges that all Christians do not share the same interpretations of Scripture, thus causing defensive mental barriers to his discourse to be removed. Without beating about the bushes, he gets to the heart of each doctrinal thought, supporting and explaining it with a volume of scripture--quite amazing for such a small book. The student of theology will find this book helpful in its simple clarity. The lay person may be thrilled to discover the basic threads which make up each strand of doctrinal thought. I would recommend this book to all who are seeking clearer understanding or scriptural support for basic Christian doctrines.