doctrine/teaching (UNDER CONSTRUCTION)

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  • Test your knowledge of historic Christian truths with this simple true/false test. It does not tell you if you are a true believer or not. But it might tell you if you need to know God and study His Biblical truths more.

    Answers and reasons (PDF)

  • So Jesus died on the cross to take away our sins. But how? Compare eight theories of atonement. (PDF)

  • How did Lutherans, Presbyterians, and Baptists get their start? What enormous movement changed the course of history? Why did Protestants split from the Roman Catholic Church? What were the issues? Learn about the great Protestant Reformation in this short overview of history (Google slide format).

  • In remembrance of the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, this is an infographic designed for printing on letter-size paper, showing the 5 "solas" of the Reformation, and a brief history of the Reformation. PDF format.

  • What is the order of events leading up to Christ's Second Coming? Is the golden age of the Millenium coming, or are we in it now? There are four major views among Bible-believing Christians. This PDF chart summarizes those views.

  • Which churches baptize infants and why? What do some denominations believe about the power of baptism? This is a chart that briefly surveys the four most common views of baptism, in PDF format.

  • A brief, historical survey of modern, Christian revival movements, starting with the Reformation. Google slide presentation format.

  • What does HCC believe about the Holy Spirit? What does the Bible say? This is a PDF worksheet that surveys what the Bible says about the Spirit, and what churches have historically believed.

  • What does the Bible say about Satan and demons? What can they do? What can't they do? This is a handout that summaries what Scriptures reveals about these dark spirit beings, originally distributed to accompany the Sunday message, "Demons, or Delusions?" given November 5, 2017.