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- Andrew Murray Introduction by R. Lynn White (1)
- Brother Calvin Allen (1)
- Canaa Lee (1)
- Carol Strang (1)
- Cindy Scott (1)
- Deborah Jean Miller (1)
- George Tyrrell (1)
- Henry Francis Lyte with notes by William Holmes (1)
- Jay Ashbaucher (5)
- Jim Anderson (1)
- John Wallace (1)
- Reid A. Ashbaucher (5)
- Wilbert Pauhl (1)
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Introduction to Bible Doctrine was written as a resource to meet the prerequisite requirements of the author’s Textbook on Dispensational Theology: A Textbook on Eschatology in the Twenty-First Century. Supporting Christian foundational truths, the author presents ten traditional doctrines, explaining their context and meaning to the body of Christ—worldwide.
This work is equivalent to a 100 or 200 level college course in Introduction to Biblical Doctrine or Theology, making it useful for local New Testament Churches to use in their adult educational endeavors. Individual Christians will also find this book helpful in summarizing scriptural truths to support Christian faith and practice.
The book is organized around the doctrine of God, Christ, The Holy Spirit, The Scriptures, Humanity, Angels, Salvation, The Church, Heaven and Hell (Good and Evil), and Eschatology.More info →
Henry Francis Lyte is famous for penning the words of the ever popular hymn "Abide With Me" as well as "Praise, My Soul, The King of Heaven". However, he authored other less well known hymns as well as poems and books including this one. Lyte was born in Kelso, Scotland and after his family was deserted by his father, was educated at Portora Royal School, Enniskillen in pre-partition Ireland's County Fermanagh.
After studying at Trinity College, Dublin, and with very limited training for the ministry, he became an Anglican clergyman, serving in a number of parishes before eventually settling in Lower Brixham, a Devon fishing village. A man of chronic poor health, he died in Nice in 1847, probably from tuberculosis.
This book is produced as a tribute to a truly mighty man of God.More info →