Baptist doctrines are more important than most of us realize. They not only express our experiences and beliefs, they also determine our directions. They even shape our programs whether local or national. They are to the church essentially what the backbone is to the human body. They give unity and stability; they provide sturdiness enabling us to endure the bumps of opposition, even persecution. Doctrines are of the utmost importance whether they are oral or written. They systematize our expressions of faith. They express our experiences in written, understandable form. They proclaim to others our Christian testimony. They carry on our daily activities. The church which neglects to teach doctrine weakens its membership, works against its unity, invites instability in its fellowship, lessens conviction among its members and stalemates its future progress. It is impossible for us to exaggerate the importance of doctrine. This truth needs to be stressed constantly before every believer.
Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 28 Vendor: Founders Press Publication Date: 2000
Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 X .10 (inches) ISBN: 0965495582 Availability: In Stock