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Believing in Something to Die For
The Apostles’ Creed is the most widely accepted creed of the church. Brief but powerful, it is so clear and biblical that all branches of Christendom enthusiastically embrace it. When we stand up together and say the creed that begins with, “I believe,” we are expressing many of the core beliefs of the Christian faith.
But have you ever thought about what you’re saying? Whether you recite the Apostles’ Creed every week or hardly ever, all Christians should understand what it means and why it’s important. Pastor Ray Pritchard examines this great creed line-by-line, point-by-point. His explanations are vibrant, thorough, accessible, and firmly rooted in Scripture.
“Credo has been designed with an eye toward helping a new generation understand the Apostles’ Creed. By skillfully dissecting the Creed, Pritchard exposes the awesome power of the gospel and its unique ability to transform lives.”
Tim LaHaye, minister and co-author of the Left Behind series
“In these pages, Ray Pritchard introduces us to the creed of the early church, the doctrines that sustained the Christians as they suffered for Christ. I pray that God will use this book to revive the same courage in our hearts.”
Dr. Erwin W. Lutzer, Senior Pastor, The Moody Church, Chicago, IL
“Credo lays out the basics for a life that is what it was intended to be. Most of my generation and younger (under thirty) have no concept of the truths found in ‘The Creed.’ Yet never has there been a day when a generation needed it more. Credo bridges that gap!”
Kevin McCullough, host of MuscleHead Radio, WMCA, New York City, author of The MuscleHead Revolution
“Living in a time when the need for reformation and revival has never been greater, the title of this book is like water in a dry land. Pritchard writes with such clarity, insight, and pastoral wisdom that it makes this ancient creed come alive with meaning.”
Rebecca Manley Pippert, author of Out of the Salt Shaker
225 pages; ISBN 9781433500084
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