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Welcome to Rock Solid.
Throughout this course we will lead you step-by-step to study Christian teaching on the foundational beliefs of Christianity. If you are a Christian, it will give you a firm foundation for your faith. You will understand, by your own study, what Christianity is about. If you are not a Christian, you will gain a good understanding of what Christians believe and why.
“Then we will no longer be infants, tossed back and forth by the waves, and blown here and there by every wind of teaching and by the cunning and craftiness of men in their deceitful scheming.” Eph. 4:4, NIV
In order to complete this course you will need:
1. A Bible
2. A Notebook or Binder with lined paper
3. Access to a computer.
Note: Feed Yourself is our 20 lesson e-mail course on how to study the Bible for yourself. To get the most out of the Rock Solid course you will need to know and understand the techniques presented in Feed Yourself. This is a free course. If you have not yet signed up, I highly recommend that you do.
We are going to study Christian teaching about God, Jesus, Baptism, the Church, Marriage and Family, Finances, Angels and Demons, the Return of Christ and much more.
Each Rock Solid lesson will have both a teaching and an assignment. The teaching will be based on the previous assignment. We will review what you should have learned in the assignment and add new insights. [So don’t get worried if you get stuck on an assignment. Just do your best.] The assignment section will direct you in your Bible Study for the next week.
As you study Christian teaching you will be feeding yourself. This is a great way to develop your spiritual muscles...and the entire course is completely free. Don't hesitate. Sign up below now [and recommend it to your friends!].
Please note: We no longer have the commenting feature [maybe again in the future]. Joshua Institute students who have questions or comments on their courses can use the contact button and mention the course name and lesson number in the email. Thank you. Glenn