Clear-cut Faith in a Confused World

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Dr. David Peterson declares foundational truths to anchor Christians' belief in his book A Firm Foundation: A Study of Essential Truths for Every Christian.

In a time when so many Christians are confused about their faith, and so much unclear or false teaching circulates about the salvation Jesus Christ offers, there is a need for biblical teaching that is doctrinally correct, clear, and easy to understand. In his book A Firm Foundation: A Study of Essential Truths for Every Christian (paperback, 978-1-60477-437-5), Dr. David Peterson seeks to solidify believers' faith by giving them a good understanding of the basic doctrines of the Christian faith. He answers such questions such as:

  •     Can I be absolutely certain that I will go to heaven when I die?
  •     Can I as a born-again believer ever lose my salvation?
  •     Now that I am saved, why do I still want to sin?
  •     Can I judge a person's salvation by the way he lives his life?
  •     How can I be certain the Bible is really the Word of God?
  •     How can I be effective in sharing my faith with others?

"A Firm Foundation is a Godsend," says Peterson. "It will help Christians who are spiritually weak and confused due to their ignorance of the Scriptures to be strong and have a clear and sound understanding of the essential truths of God's Word. When you understand what the Bible teaches about salvation and the Christian life, you can stand strong when your faith is questioned or attacked."

Dr. David Peterson has served as senior pastor of First Baptist Church in Land O' Lakes, Florida, since January 1981. Dr. Peterson and his wife have two children.

Xulon Press, a part of Salem Communications Corporation, is the world's largest Christian publisher, with more than 4,000 titles published to date. Retailers may order A Firm Foundation through Ingram Book Company and/or Spring Arbor Book Distributors.

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