Welcome to Study Driven Faith!

Welcome to Study Driven Faith!

The contributors here at Study Driven Faith welcome you to our growing website! We also want to invite you to help us shape this into a place where everyone can learn insightful, Biblical truths to further our walk with God. How can you help? Well, here are a few ways:

  1. Contribute! We’d love to hear from you at administrator@studydrivenfaith.org. Send us a comment or a suggestion, or if you have something you want to share, we’d love to review it with you and post it for others to enjoy when it’s ready. (See Romans 12:6-8; Ephesians 4:11-16; Proverbs 3:27.)
  1. Everything we post on the Bible should be a result of Biblical study and research. Unbiblical theologies, philosophies, or opinions should be excluded. Of course, we encourage open discussions on many Biblical topics, but we ask you to please leave behind any preconceived notions and focus solely on the Bible. (See Colossians 2:8; I Timothy 4:13 and 16; I Timothy 6:20-21.) This does not limit the discussion on this website to the Bible. Book reviews on various topics related to Christianity and articles on church history may be included at some point.
  1. Let’s avoid mentioning any specific church, sect, or organization in a negative way. At times, we all make mistakes, both doctrinally and practically. Organizations are just collections of people, and if individual people make mistakes, then so do organizations. There is space for grace here at Study Driven Faith, and all Christians are spiritually unified in Christ. (See I Corinthians 3:1-3; I Corinthians 12:12 and 13; Ephesians 4:4-6.) This doesn’t mean that there isn’t a place for reproof and correction when it comes to doctrinal and practical matters. If you want to reprove something, feel free to generalize it with something like, “Some Christians believe” or “some churches teach.” If you feel that there should be an extended conversation about a specific group, this website isn’t the best venue for that.
  1. Exemplify a spiritual kindness, meekness, patience, and gentleness that would make your Father proud! Mix plenty of love into your communications with one another. (See Romans 12:10; Colossians 3:12-15; I Timothy 4:12.)

Thanks for visiting our site! May our powerful God bless you and keep you all the days of your life.



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