Text: The Christian Life and How to Live It, by W. H. Griffith Thomas.
William Henry Griffith Thomas (2 January 1861 – 2 June 1924) was an Anglican cleric and scholar from the English-Welsh border country. Griffith Thomas, with Lewis Sperry Chafer, was co-founder of Dallas Theological Seminary. See Wikipedia for biography: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Griffith_Thomas
From the preface:
The one theme running through the book is the Christian life, with its twofold attitude toward God and toward man, involving both the Lordship of Christ and the loyalty of Christians. "To this end Christ both died and lived again that He might be Lord" (Rom. 14:9); "Ye call Me Master and Lord: and ye say well; for so I am" (John 13:13) ; "Why call ye Me, Lord, Lord, and do not the things which I say?" (Luke 6:46).
There are ten (10) lessons in this course, covering the 130 pages of Griffith Thomas’s The Christian Life and How to Live It. When you have completed all of the lessons, we will send you a certificate of completion, and update your records in the Grace Notes training database. Each lesson has a Quiz, to be completed and returned to Grace Notes after studying the lesson.
|LIFE001||Chapter I – “What Is Christianity?”|
|LIFE002||Chapter II – “What We Believe”|
|LIFE003||Chapter III – “What Is a Christian?”|
|LIFE004||Chapter IV – “Here Am I!”|
|LIFE005||Chapter V – “I Serve”|
|LIFE006||Chapter VI – “Walking With God”|
|LIFE007||Chapter VII – “The Fulness of God”|
|LIFE008||Chapter VIII – “Peace, Perfect Peace”|
|LIFE009||Chapter IX – “Joy and Praise”|
|LIFE010||Chapter X – “God's Surprises”|