Sunday School For Born Again Christians

Formerly Catechism For Born Again Christians

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Our home-grown Sunday school actually started out in 1997 as a little book for our son Nate. Since then it has been expanded, gone through several revisions, and been improved and upgraded so many times that today it barely resembles the original content.

Joanne is a kindergarten teacher and I'm a retired DoD welder. We don't claim to be authorities on the Bible, and neither one of us have a degree from seminary. Nate's book is just a simple, practical guide—  compiled from many years of church life; and from the sermons, books, classes, seminars, and lectures of others —to help new and/or inexperienced believers get off on the right foot. We're pretty sure you'll find our site to be far more useful than the so-called Four Spiritual Laws.


Quick Menu                     

What Heaven Won't Be Like

Hold These Thoughts

God In The Shoah (The Holocaust)

Through The Looking Glass  — Bare Naked Essentials

Good Friday?

Why The Resurrection?

Real Mothers

The Kingdom Of God

Answering Some Jewish Objections To Jesus

The New Covenant

Jeconiah's Curse and Christ's Genealogies

Women And Christ

Islam & Christianity — Similar?

Agnostic's Page

Philosopher's Page

All Hell

Why We Will Never Go Back To Roman Catholicism

 

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