College Bible Study Resources-Series 3

October 18, 2011 at 19:07

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Intro to Bible Studies

An introduction to the online Bible study series designed for college students who want to go beyond casual Christianity.

Romans: Its Setting and Significance

By general consensus, Romans is the greatest of Paul’s letters. “Romans is Paul’s masterpiece, a key that unlocks the door to vast treasures of Scripture.”a Because it was written to a congregation he had not visited and, therefore…

What about Those Who Never Heard About Christ?

What will God do with people who have never had the opportunity to hear about Him? In Romans 10:14, Paul implies that people cannot call upon God if the messenger (preacher) has not delivered the message. So how can God legitimately hold people accountable…

What Good is the Law?

This study will focus on how the revelation of God’s will through the Law (the Ten Commandments and related material) brings the obligation of obedience.

Good News!

What is the Gospel? In 1993, a survey was taken on the floor of a large Christian convention attended by thousands of people. One of the questions on the survey was, “What is the Gospel?” Of the hundreds of people who responded…

Getting Right with God

In The Silver Chair (the sixth story of the Narnia series), Prince Rilian is abducted by a witch. She puts him under a spell that convinces him that the witch is good and that he is her grateful slave. When he is finally released from the spell, he says…

Christ: The Cure for Adam’s “Disease”

A disease such as HIV (human immunodeficiency virus), the virus that causes AIDS, is particularly serious because of the toll it takes on human life and the challenges it presents in treatment options. Romans 5:12–21 reveals…

Breaking the Power of Sin

Paul explains the freedom gained by followers of Christ who have moved from being unable to avoid sinning to being able to choose not to sin.

The Ongoing Struggle With Sin

Have you ever felt like studying and then found yourself taking a nap until the feeling went away? This study in the book of Romans will give the reasons why our desires to do good too often do not line up with our actions. We will see how we become a prisoner to sin…

Four Fabulous Benefits

Salvation through Jesus brings with it certain benefits and responsibilities. This study will look more closely at the benefits and how they relate to the responsibilities.

The Dilemma of God’s Authority and Human Choice

One of the perplexing questions that Paul faces is the reality that many Israelites have not accepted Jesus as the Messiah, apparently jeopardizing the promised blessings that God made…

Living What You Believe

In the early 1980’s, Francis Schaeffer, a Christian writer, teacher, and apologist, wrote a book called How Should We Then Live? He offered an overview of Western culture (where we have been and where we are), and urged the reader to consider what sort of life could and should be lived at this particular crossroads…

Making Hard Decisions

Have you considered how your decisions affect other people? Should a person’s choices be influenced by the opinion of others? Is it enough to do what one thinks is right…