Teaching Notes: On the Disciple’s Right Doctrine and Practice

In our last Teaching Notes we looked at the Disciple’s Basic Eight. Those included developing right doctrine (orthodoxy) and right practice (orthopraxy).

In this edition we will look at the specifics for each.

[These notes are from a seminar series taught more than 40 years ago. The notes are in outline form.]

Developing Right Doctrine

God

  • Nature
  • Unity and Trinity
  • Decrees
  • Works

Jesus Christ

  • The Person of Christ (Humanity and Deity)
  • The Character of Christ (Holiness, Love, Humility, Meekness, Balance)
  • The Works of Christ (Ministry, Death, Resurrection, Ascension)

Holy Spirit

  • His Deity
  • His Personality
  • His Work
  • His Gifts

Man

  • Origin
  • Life
  • Fall

Sin

  • Origin
  • Effect
  • Extent
  • Penalty

Salvation

  • The Purpose
  • The Plan
  • The Method

Satan

  • Origin
  • Nature
  • Fall
  • Work
  • Destiny

Angels

  • Origin
  • Nature
  • Fall
  • Work
  • Destiny

Heaven

  • Its Reality
  • Its Location

Hell

  • Its Reality
  • Its Location

Second Coming of Christ

  • The Rapture
  • The Bema Judgement
  • The Marriage Supper
  • The Tribulation
  • The Battle
  • The Kingdom
  • The Conspiracy
  • The White Throne Judgment
  • The Separation
  • The New Heaven and Earth

Developing Right Practice

  • Spirit Control
  • Love
  • Joy
  • Peace
  • Longsuffering
  • Gentleness
  • Goodness
  • Faith
  • Meekness
  • Temperance
  • Obedience
  • Sacrifice
  • Service
  • Transparency
  • Openness
  • Honesty
  • Unity
  • Witnessing
  • Holiness
  • God’s Will
  • Godly Habits
  • Clear Conscience
  • Stewardship
  • Faith Defense
  • Dealing with Temptation
  • Dealing with Discipline

[Thank you for reading these teaching notes from more than 40 years ago. My prayer is they will be a blessing to you and your ministry.]

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