Manual of Bible Doctrines was written for those new to the Christian faith, particularly those interested in the Mennonite faith. Arranged by topic, Kauffman walks the reader through the most important doctrines of the faith, including conversion, justification, sin, repentance, baptism, and more.
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Daniel Kauffman (1865–1944) earned a degree of Principal of Pedagogics from Missouri State University and was ordained in the Mennonite Church in 1892, then made a bishop in 1896. He served as editor for the Gospel Witness and the Gospel Herald, and helped launch Beams of Light and the The Sunday-School Teacher’s Quarterly. Kauffman was a prolific author whose works include Manual of Bible Doctrine, One Hundred Lessons in Bible Study, The Conservative Viewpoint, and The Gospel Mirror.