Apostles' Creed for the New Millennium - Student
An Apostles' Creed for the New Millennium
Student Manual by Dr. Harry Wendt
This study takes a look at the basic Christian teachings of the Apostles' Creed, and what they mean for our lives of faith in the present day. Historically, the traditional Apostles’ Creed arose when heretical groups such as the Gnostics were making certain claims that conflicted with the established, biblically orthodox teachings of the church. This course takes a fresh look at what we really mean when we begin reciting the ancient words, “I believe in God the Father Almighty…”
Like other works written by Dr. Harry Wendt, this study uses graphic illustrations to help students understand and remember important concepts and themes. The text is written with bulletpoint paragraphs to highlight key teachings. Each chapter also includes discussion questions to aid students in "Applying the Truth."
Session 1: "The Heavens. the Earth, and Me"
Session 2: "I Believe in God the Father Almighty"
Session 3: "I Believe in Jesus Christ"
Session 4: "I Believe in the Holy Spirit"
Appendices: Heresies and Contrasted Teachings
Four units. 16 full-color illustrations. 2nd Ed. Paperback, 70 pages.
Related to this study are the accompanying Leader's Guide and DVD Video.