Common Sense Theology Addressing Ancient Errors in the Modern Church
A Call For Clarity In Important Christian Doctrines
Common Sense Theology Addressing Ancient Errors in the Modern Church is authored by Jim McColloch.
In Common Sense Theology the author discusses fifteen beliefs of many in the Christian faith. I liked what the author wrote in the introduction, “The purpose of this work is to challenge people to think about Christian beliefs in practical, ordinary, and understandable ways.You may agree or disagree with this work, but it will cause you to think about what you believe and how you explain it.” This is exactly the way I read this book. I did not agree with everything but it did make me think and that is a valuable thing.
I urge you to read this book and then do your own study. Use this book as a stepping block into further study into the topics covered.
The fifteen topics covered are:
Is Scripture Inerrant?
Is There One God or Three?
Did Christ Atone For Sins?
What Is The Gospel?
How Lasting Is Everlasting Life?
What Is Born Again?
Is Water Baptism Required For Salvation?
What Is The Adoption?
What Is Saving Faith?
Is God’s Foreknowledge Causative?
When Does Man Become A Living Soul?
What Are Justification And Sanctification?
What Is Living Faith?
What Is The Sin Nature?
Did Jesus Descend Into Hell?
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