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This training series outlines the simple and beautiful basics of Christianity. It will cover foundational, Biblical truths that will help you as you begin your life afresh with Christ.

See the expanded versions of the lessons in this series at whc.faith/watch/fresh-start

#1 The Historical Reliability of the Bible


When examined carefully, the Bible proves to be a historically reliable document worthy of our trust.

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#2 Creation, Temptation, and the Fall


What does it mean that human beings are made in God’s image? In what sense are humans fallen and sinful?

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#3 God’s Plan of Salvation


God acted to provide a way – through the death and resurrection of Jesus our Savior – to overcome our sin and give us eternal life.

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#4 The Deity and Humanity of Christ


Explore what the biblical account reveals about the unique identity of Jesus.

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#5 The Work of Jesus – His Life and Ministry


Jesus’ purpose in coming to this earth was to die for the sins of humanity that separate us from our Creator.

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#6 The Crucifixion and Resurrection of Jesus


The Christian gospel rests on two key events: the crucifixion and the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Here’s why those events are pivotal.

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#7 The Holy Spirit and the Church of Jesus Christ


God has given us the Holy Spirit to every person who receives the message of Jesus’ saving work on the cross. One important act of the Spirit was to establish Christ’s church.

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#8 The Temple, Priesthood, and Authority


Mormonism claims to have the restored priesthood. By contrast, this video examines what the Bible actually says about priesthood.

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#9 The Plan of Eternal Progression


Exaltation or eternal progression – the attaining of godhood – lies at the heart of the LDS motivation for obeying the commandments. What does the Bible say?

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#10 Salvation or Judgement; Heaven or Hell


God is at work through Jesus Christ to bring sinners into relationship with him. Our response to God’s work shapes how we live our lives – and determines what happens to us when this life is over.

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