This series presents 7 basic doctrinal ideas that help the viewer have a "big picture" view of the Christian religion. Done in an informal style with helpful graphics and summaries, Understanding Your Religion is a useful guide for those seeking to know what Christians believe and how these beliefs affect what they do.
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This series explains basic topics such as belief in God, the history and writing of the Bible, the person of Jesus, the nature of salvation and more. All presented in an easy-to-understand approach suitable for those less familiar with the Bible or the Christian religion.
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James' practical approach to Christian living makes his discussion of complex spiritual issues both easy to understand and implement in one's life.
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This introductory lesson reviews the author, date written and general purpose for this practical book on Christian living.
Prime 38m Class
Of all the concepts and philosophies promoted throughout history, Christianity's main idea has, and continues to have, the greatest impact and ongoing influence in the world.
In this lesson, Mike compares the liberating practice of Christianity to the suffocating legalism of Islam. (Galatians 5:1)
6. Comparing Christianity to Far-Eastern Religions
In this lesson we compare religions from China, Japan and India to the religion of Christianity.
5. Comparing Christianity to Eastern Religions
In this lesson we compare the religions of Jainism and Sikhism to Christianity.
4. Comparing Christianity to Hinduism
This entire lesson is devoted to comparing Hinduism to Christianity.
3. Comparing Christianity to Islam
In this lesson we continue looking at Near Eastern Religions by seeing how Zoroastrianism and Islam compare to Christianity.
2. Comparing Christianity to Judaism
In this lesson we will look at the attributes of each religion and compare it to Christianity.
The Three C's of Christianity
Like many of you I read the papers and some magazines as well as the news on T.V. and occasionally monitor what's going on through our computer at home. The more I read and observe, the more I feel that I'm being overloaded with information, with choices, with new products and ideas.
Media and Christianity
Top Ten Reasons Why Christianity is # 1
#10. Don't need special clothing or haircut to be a member. #9. No killing of others necessary....
Paul continues to describe his own conversion to Christianity from Judaism and his early contact with the Apostles at Jerusalem as a way of establishing his legitimacy as a teacher and Apostle. (Galatians 1:10–2:10)
Prime 33m Class
In this lesson, we will examine the Christian religion and see how it compares to the other major religions in the world.
Prime 45m Class
Mike begins to develop the Hebrew writer's next argument for Christianity's superiority over Judaism - Jesus' greater authority than Moses. (Hebrews 3:1-4:13)
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Mike continues the section describing Paul's second missionary journey and an important meeting at the church in Jerusalem to decide the future of Paul's work among the Gentiles. (Acts 15:36-18:22)
Prime 34m Class
In this final part of Jesus' ministry in Galilee, Luke continues to describe Jesus' miracles but adds a section explaining how He prepared and sent out disciples on their first missionary journey. (Luke 8:4-9:50)
Prime 38m Class
In this lesson, Mike examines the passages that demonstrate that Christianity's priesthood is superior to the Aaronic priesthood. (Hebrews 5:11-6:20)
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Luke describes three key events during Jesus' time in the city of Jerusalem: Prophecy concerning His death and resurrection; healing of a blind man; His triumphal entry into the city riding a donkey. (Luke 18:31-19:48)
Prime 37m Class
This lesson lays out the simple yet powerful plan that God has initiated to save mankind from eternal condemnation due to personal sin and how Jesus Christ fits into this plan of salvation.
Prime 34m Class
In this lesson, Luke describes the important breakthrough for the early church as Peter begins to proclaim the gospel to non-Jews for the first time. (Acts 10:1-12:25)
Prime 39m Class
The two things that the Church of Christ is known for by those who are not members are the fact that we don't use instruments of music in our worship, and we require all to be baptized by immersion. Baptism is not a modern religious invention, it has a history as long as Christianity itself and in this lesson, I'd like to review that with you.
In this lesson, Mike will review the beliefs of the 11 major world religions concerning salvation and compare these with the teachings of Christianity on this important subject.
Prime 42m Class
Roman Catholics have a very distinctive view of Christianity. This lesson explores the best ways to engage and share, with a Catholic, a more Biblical approach to the Christian faith.
Mike uses the popular 'Redneck' joke format to examine the signs that indicate who the true Christians are in the eyes of unbelievers.
In this next to last lesson, Mike tackles Christianity's most exciting and complex doctrine - the events and timing of the return of Jesus and the end of the world as we know it.
Prime 42m Class
3 Choices Christians Need To Make
Peace or conflict? Being a Christian will always bring the disciple into conflict with one's surroundings. Christianity goes against the grain of this world - its ideas, actions, desires.
One of Christianity's main features is it's exclusivity. This lesson will examine several non-negotiable demands that contribute to its exclusive nature.
This sermon outlines the process one must undertake to move from unbelief to belief in anything including Christianity.
12. The Power of the Cross
People come to God because of the cross of Jesus. It is the magnetic force within Christianity that has the power to pull people toward God. In this lesson, will try to explain what it is about the cross that attracts people to Jesus.
Not All Religions are Equal
This lesson attempts to demonstrate Christianity's superior nature over other religions and practices in the world today.
Christian Worship in 150 AD
Justin Martyr was a Samarian Christian who lived in the second century. He was a Platonist philosopher who was converted to Christianity and became a strong defender of the faith. In one of his works, "Apology of the Christian Religion", written in around 150AD, he describes a typical Christian worship service of that day.
Doing the Right Thing
For Christians, doing the right thing isn't just an occasional moral dilemma, it's a way of life. This is what makes Christianity such a difficult path to follow. You can't just pick and choose when you'll follow the high road or made the tough call - you've got to do the "right" thing every time regardless of the circumstances or the consequences.