How do you feel about doctrine? In Sound Doctrine: How a Church Grows in the Love and Holiness of God, author Bobby Jamieson writes that sound doctrine is vital for living a godly life, and also explains the essential role of theology in the life of a healthy church. This short, readable book shows how good theology leads to transformation, life, and joy.
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Scripture is for sound doctrine, sound doctrine is for real life, and real life is for real church growth. So says Jamieson, and he hits the nail on the head brilliantly every time.
—J. I. Packer, professor of theology, Regent College
‘Pay heed to your doctrine.’ That imperative for faithful Christianity sounds to many Christians altogether abstract and remote from the life of the church. Bobby Jamieson believes otherwise, and Sound Doctrine is a masterful argument for doctrine that is not only deeply rooted in the church, but also produces a church that demonstrates both the grace and glory of God.
—R. Albert Mohler Jr., president and professor of Christian theology, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
A true Christian experience involves more than sound doctrine, but it is nothing without it. Bobby helps us see how sound doctrine not only shapes but also empowers all ministries in the local church, from effective outreach to authentic small groups. This book could serve as a starting point for thinking through a philosophy of ministry.
—J. D. Greear, lead pastor, The Summit Church, Durham, North Carolinay