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Terry Pruett

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The Bible and How to Study It

12 lessons—Terry Pruett

The Evangelical Christian recognizes that the Bible is God’s revelation of His reality to all men and as such, it is foundational to all we know and experience. This two-section course begins your journey of learning and applying theological thinking through academic study of the Bible.

Section one surveys the origin, languages, canonicity, historical interpretation and transmission of the Bible, along with its claims about inspiration and authorship.

Section two focuses on the practice of the grammatical/historical method of interpretation, with practical instruction on the usage of critical thinking in one’s personal biblical understanding and application. Learn More


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The Doctrine of God

12 lessons—Terry Pruett

This course is designed to familiarize you with the nature and historical background of the doctrine of God. The course objectives are:

To gain a working knowledge of the historical development and shape of the Christian doctrine of God, including the following:

  • Arguments for the existence of God
  • The nature and attributes of God
  • The nature of the Trinity
  • The person and work of Christ
  • The person and work of the Holy Spirit

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The Enduring Word- the History of the Bible

If you own a Bible, you have the result of 3450 years of the God of the universe communicating with the people He created and loves. Yet, how did this wonderful message from God become the Bible we know and love today?

The Enduring Word is the little known story of the writing and preservation of the Bible from its earliest form to its most famous English revision—the King James Version of 1611.

InFaith field staff member Terry Pruett will take us on a journey through the history of our Bible. The message will include a Powerpoint presentation with audio, of actual pages salvaged from the remains of Bibles from the 11th to the 17th century—including an Akkadian cuneiform tablet, ca. 1900 B.C. and a portion of a Hebrew Torah scroll.


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