So what's true and what's false today? And how can you tell the difference? Being misled can affect your faith-and your eternity.
However, with Stanley M. Horton and William W. Menzies as guides in Bible Doctrines: A Pentecostal perspective
, you're on your way to discerning between doctrinal truth and error.
Based on the 16 fundamental truths of the Bible, this study offers you an opportunity for growth and stability in the faith. And it will help you discern who is for Christ and who is not-by the message they bring.
In Bible Doctrines: A Pentecostal Perspective
, you'll examine these truths:
- Scriptures Inspired
- One True God
- Deity of the lord Jesus Christ
- Fall of man
- Ordinances of the Church
- Baptism in the Holy Spirit
- Initial Physical Evidence of Baptism in the Holy Spirit
- Church and its Mission
- Divine Healing
- Blessed Hope
- Millennial Reign of Christ
- Final Judgment
- New Heavens and New Earth
Examines sixteen major Bible doctrines substantiated with numerous Scripture references. Topics include the inspired Scriptures, one true God, deity of the Lord Jesus Christ, divine healing, salvation of man, fall of man, baptism in the Holy Ghost, and new heavens and new earth.
William Menzies is widely known in Pentecostal and Evangelical circles as a statesman, building bridges across denominational and racial divides. He was one of the organizers of the Society for Pentecostal Studies and was the first editor of the society’s journal, Pneuma. He was also one of the editors for the Full Life Study Bible and a consulting editor for Christianity Today. He held teaching and administrative positions at Central Bible College (Springfield, Missouri), Evangel University (Springfield, Missouri), the Assemblies of God Theological Seminary (Springfield, Missouri), California Theological Seminary (Fresno, California), and Asia Pacific Theological Seminary (Baguio City, Philippines). Menzies’s dissertation at the University of Iowa became the benchmark history of the Assemblies of God, Anointed to Serve (GPH, 1971). He was a prolific author, authoring or editing standard textbooks such as Understanding the Times of Christ (GPH, 1969), Bible Doctrines: A Pentecostal Perspective (GPH, 1993), and Spirit and Power (Zondervan, 2000).