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New E-Book: Contending – A Study and Discussion Guide

Jude wrote to an unknown group of Christians, eager to write about “our common salvation;” to share about the good news of the death, burial and resurrection of Jesus with the church. Instead, compelled by the Holy Spirit, he wrote the New Testament epistle that bears his name—an urgent appeal warning believers to “contend for the faith that was once for all delivered.”

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In 2009, I felt burdened to address this issue in the small group I led. I wanted to help our friends there build a better understanding of the necessity of contending for the faith. Over the last several weeks, I’ve adapted the content of that study into a series of article here on the blog, and am now making it available to you in an e-book format.

This 32 page booklet contains the articles based on this study as well as a series of questions for each section to assist you in your personal study or in a small group setting. You will also find a number of recommended resources to help you grow in your understanding of the essential truths of the Christian faith.

You are free to download the Contending Study & Discussion guide and pass it along in electronic or hardcopy formats as you see fit.

It is my desire that this short guide would be a blessing to you as you read it and that you would gain an increased desire to earnestly “contend for the faith that was once for all delivered to the saints” (Jude 3)

Read the original posts in this series:

12 thoughts on “New E-Book: Contending – A Study and Discussion Guide”

  1. A much needed triplet of studies on Jude. Certainly a blessing to me at this time as I strive to contend for the truth and warn those close to me of the seemingly increasing tide of false teachers. Surgeon’s paraphrased comment may now be cliched but still true nevertheless: true discernment is knowing the difference between that which is right and that which is nearly right. Thank you!!

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