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This is an introductory module focused on the nature and origin of the Bible, establishing reasons why we can trust the Bible as the infallible and trustworthy Word of God. This sets the stage for all that follows, and provides strong evidence for the inspiration and certainty of the holy book we hold in our hands. Foundations also includes an excellent session on How To Study the Bible, providing practical keys that the student can apply for the rest of their life in the Word of God.
Module 1 Lesson Links
- An Introduction To Foundations of Faith
- The Purpose Of Christian Doctrine – informed Or Transformed?
- The Importance of Doctrine – Why It Matters What You Believe
- The Doctrine of Revelation – Why We Need God To Speak To Our Spirit Today
- The Doctrine of the Scriptures – The Divine Authority, Authenticity and Sheer Awesomeness of the Bible
- The Reliability of the Old Testament Scriptures
- The Reliability of the New Testament Scriptures
- Early Extra-biblical References That Confirm The History Outlined In The New Testament
- Who Decided What To Accept Into The Bible? The Canon of Scripture
- How Did We Get Our English Bible?
- Why Study The Bible? An Effective Approach To Bible Study
- The Results of Diligent Bible Study
- The Holy Spirit Our Teacher
- Keys To Effective Bible Study 1: Mark Your Bible!
- Keys To Effective Bible Study 2: Look It Up, Speak It Out, Write It Down
- Keys To Effective Bible Study 3: Refer To Different Versions of the Bible
- Different Versions and Translations of the Scriptures
- Keys To Effective Bible Study 4: Faith Comes By Hearing
- Keys To Effective Bible Study 5: Provide Focus For Your Study
- Keys To Effective Bible Study 6: Follow, Use and Mark Cross-References In Your Bible
- What In The World Is Hermeneutics?
- Types, Shadows and Symbols in the Bible
- The Bible Student’s Toolbox
- The Nature And Work Of The Word Of God In The Life Of The Believer
- The Benefits of Receiving God’s Word In Your Heart
- Scriptures, The – From Torrey’s Topical Textbook