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This course is for two kinds of people.
First, it is for those who know little or nothing about the Bible, but who would like to become familiar with this Book of all books. For these people, this course gives a brief summary of each book of the Bible.
Second, it is for those who are familiar with individual Bible stories, but who do not know how to piece them together or fit them into the historical background. For these people, the well-known stories of the Bible are shown in their proper setting with an explanation of their importance at that particular time.
Visit the Bible’s “mountain peaks” in this easy to follow guide that William MacDonald has mapped out for you.
This course is designed for those who have had no previous Bible training. The course covers the Gospel of John, the fourth book of the New Testament. It tells about the Lord Jesus and His life on earth. The book presents Jesus to us as the Word of God and tells us about the things that Jesus did. This study will help you get to know God personally.
Mark's Gospel is unique. It is not a biography of Jesus, like Matthew and Luke. It is a record of Jesus' actions and achievements. Everything He did was in service to His Father and ultimately "to give His life a ransom for many" (Mark 10:45). Join us in this study of the Gospel of Mark as he presents Jesus as the Savior-King who conquers demons, disease, and death.
In one of the great cities of Europe there is a famous palace set in magnificent grounds. In the grounds the visitor will find a maze made out of hedges. It is easy to get lost in that maze but not so easy to find the right, in fact, the only way out. Life is like that maze. There are so many confusing paths to take. How can we know the right way—the one true way to the one true God? This course will help you see the signposts and help you to find that One Way.
Using a question and answer technique, this study will help you understand the answers to some of life’s greatest questions: What is God like? Is the Bible God’s Word? What is man’s destiny? Can we be certain of life after death?
Find the answers to your questions here!
God is not an impersonal force in the universe. He is a personal Being that is interested in all people regardless of race, sex, social standing, or situation. He wants all mankind to know who He is and how they can have a personal relationship with Him.