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Heart of New Testament Doctrine

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The resurrection of Jesus is not only dramatic evidence of His claim to be the Savior of mankind, but it also serves as a foundation supporting many of the fundamental teachings of the New Testament. This study will help your group members recognize the importance of the resurrection to other aspects of their Christian knowledge and faith. The resurrection is important not ...more
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Glenn Crouch
May 04, 2014 Glenn Crouch rated it really liked it
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I found this to be a useful devotional tool over Easter rather than an in-depth study. So whilst I didn't really learn new things, it helped me to focus.

Shall go read the 2nd Volume :)
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Gary R. Habermas was born just outside Detroit, Michigan in 1950. Although he was raised in a Christian home and attended a German Baptist Church, he began having serious doubts about Christianity. For more than ten years, he faced uncertainty about key Christian claims and searched other religious and non-religious systems, especially naturalism. His studies centered chiefly on investigating ...more
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