άμαρτια (Ha-mar-tee-ah) is a Greek word that means to sin or miss the mark. Hamartiology, it then follows, is the study of sin. Having a firm understanding of sin is imperative because without a biblical understanding of sin, there cannot be a proper understanding of the gospel. While the study of sin might appear like a gloomy subject on the surface, meditation on the scriptures that speak of the sinfulness of man and of the great lovingkindness of God ignites right worship and pursuit of deeply knowing God more!
Six individual 1-2 week long lessons are included in the Hamartiology learning module to equip learners with a strong knowldege of what the Bible says about sin. A recommended lesson plan is included to serve as a guide for parents/educators as a printable resource.
A breadth of lessons on Hamartiology point learners to eternal doctrinal truths found in scripture. Sin defined, the beginning of sin, the effects of sin, hard questions about sin, the bad news, and the good news are available lessons to equip students of the Christian faith.
Interactive digital quizzes, printable scripture application worksheets, and printable Bible study worksheets reinforce the content that is taught through short video lessons.
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"Sanctify them in the truth; your word is truth." John 17:17
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