A Handbook of the Christian Faith - a book review
A HANDBOOK OF THE CHRISTIAN FAITH by John Schwarz, is a wealth of information with the answers to those questions and many more. The first half of the book covers the Bible - the Old Testament, life of Jesus, the gospels, epistles and other writings of the New Testament.
The second half discusses the history of the church, doctrines and beliefs and goes into other religions and beliefs. In these ten chapters you can find just about everything you ever wanted to know. As I read through it, I was impressed with how much usable information was contained in just 288 pages.
This is the perfect book for the new Christian who wants a catch-up course on what their new belief is all about and for those seasoned Christians who want to 'tie up loose ends.'
It is well organized, easy to navigate and easy to understand. I was happy to see that the detailed Table of Contents and excellent Index make it easy to find information and quick answers. It has already been a useful addition to my reference library.
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About the Author
John Schwarz has academic degrees in business, law, and Christian studies.
He took early retirement and went to Kenya where he taught in a Christian college and a local church. A HANDBOOK OF THE CHRISTIAN FAITH grew out of Bible study courses John developed and taught, and it was the study manual for the video course Word Alive!
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