Practically Theological

Bailey, Sarah Pulliam
March 2010
Christianity Today;Mar2010, Vol. 54 Issue 3, p28
The article focuses on the methods used by several Christian churches in teaching theological doctrines. It mentions various strategies used by pastors in teaching the doctrines of the church. However, Marva Dawn of Regent College notes the challenges faced by several pastors in formulating the doctrine. Moreover, the relevance of imparting evangelism is also mentioned.


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