This is not a litmus test for christian beliefs. What I’m about to say isn’t a test for whether someone is Christian or not. Nor is this a way for a person to test how many beliefs they must have to keep their salvation. This isn’t a math equation for figuring out if you’re in-or-out of the faith. This is an illustration that has all the weak spots of word pictures, but that I use to underscore the idea of what is central to historical Christianity and what might be more debatable.
A series covering how to study with digital resources.
- How To Read An E-Bible For Studying
- How to Read A Bible Outside Your Comfort Zone
- How To Do A Parallel Bible Reading
- How To Take E-Notes
- How To Come Up With Your Own Bible Headings
- How To Do A Word Study
- Why Use A Commentary
- How to Buy A Commentary
- How To Use A Commentary
- Case Study: Best Commentaries for Studying Romans
- Thinking Theologically About Taking Notes
- How to Take Notes
- Do You Really Need to Take Notes?