C2C - THE CREED Bible Study

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C2C - THE CREED Bible Study

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The Creed Bible study - Belief in Action

Phin Hall

72-page paperback, 148x210mm

ISBN: 978-1-78259-202-0

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This study guide, which follows the Cover to Cover Study Guide format, explores the Apostles’ Creed.

The origins of the Creed are found in Jesus’ departing words to His disciples in Matthew 28: ‘Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit’ (v.19) It is believed that, in response to this command, the Church developed the practice of asking baptismal candidates to profess their faith, asking them, ‘Do you believe in God the Father? Do you believe in Jesus Christ, the Son of God? Do you believe in the Holy Spirit?’ The person being baptised would answer, ‘I believe’, to each question, and thus the creed was born.

So why is it important to remind ourselves of what we believe by studying the Creed?
Because what we believe shapes how we live, and the Apostles’ Creed doesn’t waste time with the less important matters, but focuses only on things that are essential - the areas of Christian belief that we are to grip firmly and immovably. Here then, we have the core truths of Christianity laid out for us -- the beliefs that, above all else, should shape the way we live our lives:

1. I believe in one God
2. I believe Jesus is God
3. I believe Jesus is human
4. I believe in the Holy Spirit
5. I believe in the Church
6. I believe in Salvation
7. I believe in Eternal Life

Seven sessions with icebreakers, discussion starters, leader's notes and more – ideal for individual or small-group use.

Phin Hall has been involved in preaching, teaching, writing and lecturing on the Bible since 2004. His passion is to see the Word of God loved, known and understood so that it shapes people’s lives, builds up the Church, deepens people's relationship with God and brings glory to Him. Phin is married to Marie, has three sons and a daughter, and runs a smallholding at his home in Hampshire. Phin’s sermons may be accessed online at www.phinhall.net