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Core Christianity

Core Christianity Finding Yourself in God's Story

By Michael Horton
Published by Zondervan

Average Blogger Rating: 4.29 Stars

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On 8/18 Titus 2 Homemaker wrote: Core Christianity, by Michael Horton, gets solidly three out of five stars from me. It’s okay — I had no major reason to dislike it — but I wasn’t particularly impressed by it. Don’t get me wrong; I have nothing against Horton. I’ve just finished his Introducing Covenant Theology, and ... Good Content; Lacks Clear Focus

Titus 2 Homemaker's Rating:

3 Stars

On 7/14 shane lems wrote: Michael Horton’s newest book, Core Christianity, is not exactly a systematic theology. Neither is it exclusively a biblical theology or a book on practical theology. Horton’s Core Christianity is all three put together in around 170 pages. Horton said he wrote this book with the purpose of helping ... Core Christianity - A Review

shane's Rating:

4 Stars

On 6/24 Debra Brinkman wrote: Over the past couple of months, I've been reading through Core Christianity: Finding Yourself in God's Story by Michael Horton. The description of the book talks about how terms like theology cause most people to just glaze over, not being able to follow the discussion and not having any idea as to ... Core Christianity {a Booklook Blogger review}

Debra's Rating:

4 Stars

On 6/17 Evan Knies wrote: In Core Christianity, Horton discusses difficult topics and provides clarity to these essential beliefs of the Christian faith. The format of this work is helpful for the reader because he breaks the topic down and then has brief questions and answers to the sides of some pages. The Ten Chapters are: ... A Great, Short Volume to Use for Discipleship

Evan 's Rating:

5 Stars

On 6/5 Bo White wrote: Concise summaries of Christian doctrine or the Christian faith are something I am drawn to and I have thoroughly enjoyed Mere Christianity by CS Lewis and Concise Theology by JI Packer for many years. Both are excellent writers and both can construct an argument that is compelling and in the case of ... Core Christianity: a review

Bo's Rating:

3 Stars

On 5/24 Doug Hibbard wrote: If you search for “Core Christianity,” you’ll find several books with that title. And a few others that don’t have anything like it in their title. In fairness to author Michael Horton, the full title here is Core Christianity: Finding Yourself in God’s Story. Being a big fan of ... Book: Core Christianity

Doug's Rating:

5 Stars

On 5/20 Jessica Boudreaux wrote: Many people turn away from words like “doctrine” or “theology.” They seem like things only pastors and scholars should care about, but theology is simply the study of God and His word. In Core Christianity, Michael Horton discusses the central beliefs that all Christians share, why we believe ... Core Christianity by Michael Horton

Jessica's Rating:

5 Stars

On 5/20 Jon Gibson wrote: Words matter. So does what you believe. When you can express in words what you believe, you’re doing very well. Beliefs that help you connect your story to the bigger story are important as well. Michael Horton believes that this is essential and the key element to living our lives. He writes, “The ... Core Christianity - A Book Review

Jon Gibson's Rating:

5 Stars

On 5/13 Noah Adams wrote: “Core Christianity” is an excellent read for the average believer. Horton breaks down the essential doctrines of the Christian faith – things that all believers across all denominations must agree on in order to remain true to orthodox and biblical Christianity. So many people today are looking ... Book Review: "Core Christianity" by Michael Horton

Noah's Rating:

4 Stars

On 5/9 Michael Deutsch wrote: I appreciated reading Michael Horton’s new book, Core Christianity: Finding Yourself In God's Story.  The purpose of the book is the fact that many times we really do not know the reason for the faith we have.  Horton is hoping we can better understand our story in the midst of God’s Story.  ... God's Story and Yours!

Michael 's Rating:

5 Stars