Free Essential Doctrine Made Easy eChart Download. Know the 14 essential doctrines of the Christian faith. This single-page list is available for free download for a limited time.
On Sunday, January 3, 2010, an editorial ran in the Los Angeles Times, called “A Matter of Fact. Or Not,” by Barry Goldman. Mr. Goldman discusses a change in people’s attitudes toward their faith. People now feel free to “choose from a broad, cafeteria-style menu of superstitious hocus-pocus. Charles Blow in the New York Times calls it the construction of ‘Mr. Potato Head-like spiritual identities’.” See full article here.
So what do Christians believe? If you click on the link at the top of this post, you can download a FREE, one-page list of the 14 essential doctrines of Christianity. This list was put together by theologian Dr. Norman L. Geisler, founder of Southern Evangelical Seminary.
If you are interested in why Christians hold these beliefs, what Bible verses support them, and what’s at stake in each one, you’ll want to download the longer, full-color article (14 pages, $5.99) by clicking here: Essential Christian Doctrine Made Easy.
What are the basic doctrines of the Christian faith? Essential Doctrine Made Easy outlines and explains 14 key beliefs embraced by believers around the world, such as Christ’s Virgin Birth, Atoning Death, and Bodily Resurrection. Includes a glossary of Christian terms, a chart showing how other religious groups treat these essentials, and much more. Available either as a physical pamphlet or as an electronic download (PDF) you can read and print from your computer. No e-book reader is required.
Christians have many differing opinions regarding how to work out the details of faith, but 14 essential doctrines are embraced by all followers of the Christian faith. Essential Doctrine Made Easy defines and explains all 14 beliefs, including:
- God’s Tri-unity
- Christ’s Virgin Birth
- Human Depravity
- Christ’s Deity
- Christ’s Atoning Death
- Christ’s Resurrection doctrine
The simple, easy to understand 14-page article reveals the essential doctrines reflected in the earliest Church statements of faith called the “creeds,” as well as beliefs about the inspiration of Scripture and the method of interpretation. A chart shows how other religious groups such as Mormonism and Scientology treat these essentials. Written by author/theologian Dr. Norman L. Geisler, founder of Southern Evangelical Seminary.