Beeke, James W.
Bible Doctrine for Teens and Young Adults is a three-volume series consisting of thirty chapters which contain explanations of all major biblical doctrines.
Book 1 contains Chapters 1-10, Book 2 Chapters 11-20, and Book 3 Chapters 21-30. The teacher's guides for each volume contain the questions from the student book and the answers to those questions.
Each of the books is written in a clear, precise, and easy-to-read style. The series includes hundreds of informative charts and illustrative stories. It incorporates the Reformed doctrinal standards, numerous discussion questions, term definitions, and catechism questions and answers for memorization from Rev. Hellenbroek's A Specimen of Divine Truths. The books were written for home - personal or family reading; school - Bible doctrine teaching; or church - catechetical instruction.
Book 1 covers the doctrine of God, the Bible, false religions, the trinity, predestination, creation, angels, providence, the doctrine of man, the fall, the covenant of grace, and the natures and names of Jesus Christ.
James W. Beeke is the Inspector of Independent Schools for the Ministry of Education: Province of British Columbia, Canada. Prior to this position, he was a Christian School principal for twenty years. He holds a Master's degree in Educational Leadership and speaks for a wide variety of educational conferences and teacher professional development meetings. He is the author of seven textbooks for Bible doctrine instruction written for students from the 4th through 12th grades. He and his wife Ruth have been blessed with five children and nine grandchildren.