Truth, Love, and Freedom Study Guides

Each Truth, Love, and Freedom Bible Study Guide, published by Lennox Publishing, an imprint of Come And Reason Ministries, is a 13-week, undated, daily lesson study, with each week covering various aspects of the title subject.

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Domestic Violence in the Church (PDF)

This 186-page booklet, written by Johnnie Lorren and edited by Charles Mills, explores how a destructive principle has infected and altered God’s design for life and is the root to pain, suffering and ultimately death.

We’ve all seen them – the startling programs on TV highlighting stories of families torn apart by abuse. Perhaps we even know someone in our own neighborhood or family who has experienced domestic violence. Yet, it’s easy to believe that Christian homes are different — that “we” are different. Surely when people become church members, that type of abuse stops! Think again. Recent research indicates that the percentages of domestic violence among Christian intimate partners are as high and, in some categories, even a bit higher than in non-Christian homes. Just take a moment to soak in that reality — and a moment more to ask “Why?” That’s exactly what we’ll be doing in the next 13 weeks as we review not only case histories (names have been changed), but also reasons for abuse and its effect upon partners (victim and abuser) and children.

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The Cosmic Conflict (PDF)

This 204-page booklet, written by Drs. Brad and Dorothee Cole, explores how a destructive principle has infected and altered God’s design for life and is the root to pain, suffering and ultimately death.

Like Neo, the lead character in the popular movie trilogy, The Matrix, we all have the desire to see the reality of things and to put our lives in the right context. For centuries, Christian theology has played and replayed a story that has centered on personal salvation with only two main characters — God and humans. We often say to ourselves, “We’ve sinned; Jesus came to pay the price for our sin; if we accept what Jesus did on our behalf, we can go to heaven, receive eternal life, and avoid eternal punishment.” However, this focus on getting in the “right standing” with God often minimizes the importance of Satan and the demonic forces that gather around him.

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