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Bible doctrine student workbook: An introductory course
The Bible Doctrine Student Workbook is part of an introductory course based on The Compendium, an abbreviated form of the Heidelberg Catechism that was compiled by Herman Faukeel in 1611. This course covers core concepts of biblical doctrine, aiming to promote a Reformed balance of truth in which head knowledge provides the soil in which the Holy Spirit may plant the saving seeds of heart knowledge. The workbook may be adapted for various uses, including church Confession of Faith classes, units in junior high and high school Bible courses, adult Bible classes, Christian school teacher courses, sourcebook for catechism instructors, and family or individual study. The Teachers’ Guide provides detailed answers for all 568 questions.