Introduction to Bible Doctrine was written as a resource to meet the prerequisite requirements of the author’s Textbook on Dispensational Theology: A Textbook on Eschatology in the Twenty-First Century. Supporting Christian foundational truths, the author presents ten traditional doctrines, explaining their context and meaning to the body of Christ—worldwide.
This work is equivalent to a 100 or 200 level college course in Introduction to Biblical Doctrine or Theology, making it useful for local New Testament Churches to use in their adult educational endeavors. Individual Christians will also find this book helpful in summarizing scriptural truths to support Christian faith and practice.
The book is organized around the doctrine of God, Christ, The Holy Spirit, The Scriptures, Humanity, Angels, Salvation, The Church, Heaven and Hell (Good and Evil), and Eschatology.
With local churches in mind, the author has created a 56 slide (908 KB) PowerPoint® course presentation to aid instructors in teaching the subject of Bible doctrine or theology using the author’s book as the primary textbook for student use. A link to the textbook for an inside look can be found at the bottom of this page.
A 17-slide PowerPoint® sample show can be viewed online using the link below. The online page will allow you to view the sample as a web page or slide show, download the sample for review in your PowerPoint® program, save to your Microsoft one-drive account for sharing, print to a pdf format for viewing online, print to paper or download to your computer.
Introduction to Bible Doctrine Educational PowerPoint (Online Edition) – 17 slide sample
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Download $29.00—Individual On-site License. Edition contents: One On-site PowerPoint Edition; 2 PDF course outlined, one per section that matches the PowerPoint for the Instructor.
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Note 1: The textbook is sold separately with all download editions.
Note 2: The difference between the On-site and Online PowerPoint slides is the Online slides have a copyright attribute displayed in the footer on most slides of the course. Where the On-site edition only displays copyright attributes at the beginning and end of the slide show. Also the licensing for each edition is different in privileges granted in the use of the product.
SLIDE SHOW FORMAT
Slide 1 – Title Page
Slide 2 – Copyright Page
Slide 3 – Section ID and Summary Page (There are two sections)
Slide 4 – Section Intro Slide ( There are two sections)
Slide 5 – Chapter Summary Page ( There are ten chapters in this course.)
Slide 6 – Instructional Talking Point Page (These slides represent the talking points for the course as they relate to the textbook. Each slide shows the textbook page numbers that correlate with the slide’s talking points at the bottom of the slide. The talking points are 99% direct quotes taken from the textbook for easy following. Each talking point slide reflects that week’s taking points. Each week reflects a 3 hour period for class room time. It is left up to the instructor to build the class time around the presentation slides. This allows for flexibility to hold discussions on what the instructor whats to emphasize through the supplemental reading assignments or other assigned reading that the instructor so deems appropriate.
This pattern of slides 5 through 6 repeats themselves to the end of each section, in which there are two, representing two semesters of work, 3 hours a week for 15 or 16 weeks. (This is equivalent to a 3 semester hour college course per section.) Each week’s work can represent one session per week, meeting for 3 hours.
Note: The textbook is fully footnoted and comes with a bibliography, scripture index, and subject index.
COURSE REQUIREMENTS FOR PRESENTATION
Presentation Requirments: To show this course you must have PowerPoint 2007 or newer installed on your device. One textbook for each student is also required. The file is formatted as a slide show and can be started by simply double-clicking on the file. Other options toward presentation could be through a webinar platform. The following website link will provide you 17+ Webinar Software Platforms plus a free guide on 2020 Webinar platforms for those looking for more information on this topic.
Instructor Qualifications: It is recommended that the Instructor have Bible college or Seminary training and have completed courses in New and Old Testament Survey, one year of Bible doctrine, and preferably completed a semester on Hermeneutics. When using the PowerPoint® with the textbook, course preparation should be simply expanding the talking points with what is covered in the textbook and recommended supplemental reading within the course. The Instructor is free to add any other material they deem worthwhile and relevant to the course subject.
Textbook Availability: Textbooks are available through the Ingram group for bookstores and available at most major online retailers where books are sold. (Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Books-A-Million, and so on.) A link library to find the textbook worldwide can be found on this website using the following link: (Link Library)
SUGGESTED STUDENT REQUIREMENTS
The student should have taken or have a working knowledge of what is covered in a New and Old Testament Survey course.
This Introduction to Bible Doctrine course is sutible for Christians with some Bible knowledge or background. In the end, this is not material for new Christians with no Bible knowledge.
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