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100 WORDS Every Christian Should Know (Pamphlet)



 
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100 Words Every Christian Should Know is packed with easy-to-understand explanations of 100 commonly used terms and concepts in the Bible and church, such as justification, miracle, legalism, and more! Easily add depth to your Bible study and reading when you see each Bible term’s meaning at a glance!

Unlike heavy dictionaries and Bible commentaries, which can be hard to quickly reference and carry around with you, this slim line pamphlet on the top 100 words and phrases is easy to carry and slips right into the back of your Bible! With the turn of a page, you can quickly reference 100 Christian terms like "holiness," "justification," "trinity," and more PLUS their definitions and Bible references all at your fingertips!

For each term, get simple summary and key references! It covers:
  • Bible Terms: parable, Messiah, Kingdom of Heaven, and more!
  • Theological Terms: Inerrant/inspired, preservation of Scripture, exegesis, and more!
  • Christian Terms: disciple, flesh, fellowship, and more!
See 100 Christian and Bible Terms at a Glance with this Easy-to-Understand Christian Dictionary

Featuring:
  • 100 common terms, each with short and concise definitions
  • Scripture references
  • Fits easily inside most Bibles, making it easy to quickly reference
  • Glossy coating for durability
Whether you're a new believer or a seasoned saint, 100 Words Every Christian Should Know is a resourceful and practical overview of key words and definitions that illustrate biblical principles and the teachings of Jesus at a glance. Answer common questions like:

  • What does "salvation" really mean?
  • What happens when you practice "communion?"
  • Does God’s "Word" refer to the Bible, Jesus as God in the flesh, spiritual revelation, or all three?
  • and much more!
From terms like "repent" to "baptism" to "holiness," rediscover the beauty & foundations of the gospel easily and clearly like never before in a simple and easy-to-understand format! This slim line pamphlet is thin enough to comfortably store in the back of your Bible and can be easily pulled out as a reference.

4 Key Features of This Guide to Christian & Church Terminology

1. Easy-to-Understand: Get a Clear Overview of the Most Common Terms in Christianity

Enjoy clearly seeing 100 of the most common Christian and church words at a glance! Christianity and the love of God is often explained in illustrations and metaphors. Deepen your knowledge of the Scriptures and your understanding of faith with this easy-to-use pamphlet! This convenient pamphlet covers—

o Bible Study & Christian Apologetics
  • Exegesis/Eisegesis
  • Inerrant/Inspired
  • Preservation of Scripture
o Christian Doctrine & Theology
  • Atonement
  • Righteousness
  • Great Commission
o Christian Living
  • Fruit of the Spirit
  • Repent
  • Spiritual Disciplines
o Christian & Biblical Traditions
  • Communion (Lord’s Supper, Lord’s Table, Eucharist)
  • Hanukkah
  • Confession
o and much more!

2. Quick & Easy: Easy-to-Use Layout Shows Key Information at a Glance

Save time flipping through heavy dictionaries, commentaries, and theology books when you can have key Christian words in an easy-to-read layout at your fingertips! Get a simple overview of the most popular terms and phrases used in church and the Bible such as Great Commandment, hell, communion, sanctify, and much more!

3. Bible-Based: Packed with Over 220 Scripture References

Easily navigate through the Bible with this quick-reference pamphlet. Enjoy knowing exactly where in the Bible words like "tithe," "tabernacle," "Passover," and "Christian" come from! Jam-packed with over 220 Scripture references, the 100 Words Every Christian Should Know pamphlet ties traditional Christian words and phrases with biblical principles and concepts to bridge the gap between God's Word and how we practice our faith.

4. Great Christian Term Glossary for Bible Teachers, Disciples, and New Believers

Beginning to study the Bible or attend church is like joining a conversation that has been going on for over two thousand years. There are specific words with precise meanings and contexts to them being used all the time. How do you participate in the conversation if the terms and vocabulary aren't clear to you? Just slip 100 Words Every Christian Should Know into the back of your Bible and terms like "regenerate," "sanctify," and "Holy Ghost" will all be crystal clear at the turn of a page!

Learn Fascinating Facts in 100 Words Every Christian Should Know Pamphlet

Discover fascinating facts as you learn about the origins of church and Christian terms and phrases:
  • The first time the word "Christian" was used was by unbelievers in Antioch (modern day Turkey).
  • "Messiah" from the Hebrew Mashiach ("Anointed One"), and Christ from the Greek Christos ("anointed").
  • The word "blaspheme" can mean "to give Satan credit for something the Holy Spirit does."
  • and much more!
Church Terminology: 100 Phrases & Words for New Christians

If you didn't grow up in a Christian home, understanding Jesus' sacrifice for your sins may sound like a foreign idea. If you didn't go to Sunday school as a child, you might have missed lessons on forgiveness, unconditional love, or repentance. These are concepts and words every Christian needs to know and you can find them all in this pamphlet, with definitions, at a glance!

Bible Study Questions on 100 Words Every Christian Should Know

  • Read the definitions for "grace" and "redemption." Because God has forgiven us while we were undeserving, we as believers get to live in grace. Think of the last thing you purchased at a store; perhaps it's groceries or a book. You paid the money and it now belongs to you, and no longer belongs to the store. How does that illustration demonstrate God's forgiveness of our sins?
  • Read the definition for #27 "elect." As a believer, you've been elected by God before time began. Can you think of a moment when you didn't know or feel like God chose you? Maybe you felt bad about yourself or were self-critical. How did that influence your choices, and what differences would it have made if you had the revelation that God chose you?
  • In society, laws are set up for the safety of others and to protect freedom. The consequences range from warnings and fines to imprisonment, or even death. Read #58. What are the purposes and consequences of breaking God's law?
  • Take a look at the definition for the word "bless." We bless others, and even our enemies, because God has blessed us. Come up with 3 ways God has blessed you and one way you have blessed another. Write down 5 more ways you can bless someone else.
  • Term #80, "sacrifice," shows 3 examples of sacrifice; what sacrifices, large and small, do you make to serve God? What sacrifices do you make to love those around you?
  • Look at #77 ("repent") and then #23 ("conversion"). Why do you think the act of turning or changing one's mind is so important to God? Think of an instance when it was difficult to repent. What factors helped you make that necessary changes?
  • The two words for #30, "exegesis" and "eisegesis" are words you may or may not have used before. Why is it so important to practice "exegesis" and not "eisegesis?" Think of examples where eisegesis was used instead of exegesis in the Scriptures (hint: think of the Pharisees) and then in your personal experiences.
  • Justification (#56) changes the way we think about our relationship with God. Read the definition and the references. Is it difficult for you to accept by faith that Christ has justified you? Why or why not?
  • Jesus used parables (#66) to teach heavenly ideas using everyday objects and concepts from his time. Think of your favorite parable using modern day examples (i.e. instead of farming think about investing, instead of a lost sheep think of the family pet). Does this change your perspective about the parable and how you apply the lesson to your life? How?
  • Read the definition for "ministry" (#62). What are some natural abilities and talents that you enjoy? In what ways can you apply those gifts to minister to God and to meet the needs of others?
Size: 8.5"x 5.5" unfolds to 33" long. Fits inside most Bible covers.