Together, Timothy Tennent's three volumes, Thirty Questions, This We Believe! and Ten Words, Two Signs, One Prayer, set forth the basic core of Christian discipleship. These are designed to be practical resources for a small group study, a guide for parents in training their children, a personal devotional guide, or a core sermon series for pastors.
THIRTY QUESTIONS: A Short Catechism on the Christian Faith
The word "catechism" comes from an ancient Greek word, and it means literally, "to echo." Though catechism is an old word, we believe it's time to reclaim it with renewed meaning. The work of the Church is that of faithfully echoing the Gospel of Jesus Christ, the saving grace of the whole world. Thirty Questions translates the historic faith of the Church into a basic training resource for both believers and those yet to believe. Here you will find the very core and essence of the Gospel set in the framework of short questions and thought provoking responses.
This We Believe! Meditations on the Apostles' Creed
This insightful book brings together a wealth of theological and biblical insight with years of practical experience in making disciples. Broken into twelve chapters, one for each of the great faith declarations of the Apostles’ Creed, this resource makes for an excellent introduction or refresher course on the essentials of the Christian faith. It works well for personal or group study as well as a congregation-wide journey.Ten Words, Two Signs, One Prayer: Core Practices of the Christian Faith
The Christian faith is rooted in both what we believe and how we are to live. Ten Words, Two Signs, One Prayer: Core Practices of the Christian Faith is an exploration of the practices and shared life which we celebrate together as Christians. It follows a long tradition of discipleship and catechesis in focusing on the Ten Commandments, the two sacraments of baptism and Communion, and the Lord’s Prayer.
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Separately, these three books retail for a combined $33.85.
Dr. Timothy C. Tennent is the president of Asbury Theological Seminary with campuses in Wilmore, Kentucky and Orlando, Florida.X