What do Christians believe? For centuries, the answer to that question has been found in the creeds—those carefully crafted, sparingly articulate statements that form the minimum definition of the Christian faith.
In a day when the church faces the rising tide of world religions and questions of relevance and ultimate meaning, many Christ followers have retreated into personal spirituality, unsure of what Christians believe or why.
In this elegantly simple book, Drury draws us back to the ancient statement that has been the bedrock of Christian identity for nearly 2,000 years—the Apostles’ Creed.
Each chapter explores the meaning behind a creedal statement, showing its biblical foundations, historical framework, and relevance for life in postmodern times.
This concise work will leave you more certain of the essential truths of the Christian faith—and more in love with the awesome God who stands behind it.
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- Exploration of the meaning behind a creedal statement
- Concluding prayer for each chapter
- Bibliographical references
- Title: Common Ground
- Author: Keith Drury
- Publisher: Wesleyan Publishing House
- Publication Date: 2008
- Pages: 187
About Keith Drury
Keith Drury teaches practical ministry at Indiana Wesleyan University in Marion, Indiana, and writes extensively on Christian spirituality.