Christian Living and Doctrine doesn’t have stories telling you how others live their Christian life. This is a detailed explanation of God’s values for practical Christian living and the Scriptures of doctrinal Christianity. The book is divided into four sections: Salvation, Serving Christ, Practical Christian Living, and Doctrine. This is a book you can explore, study, argue with, test your understanding of the Bible through the Scriptures, and use in your ministry.The Salvation section: What Must I Do To Be Saved?; What Does it Mean to be Saved?; How Can I Know I am Saved?; Is it Possible for a Christian to Lose Salvation?; What Does it Mean to be Born-Again?; How To Live, Grow, and Succeed in Your Christian Life; Sanctification, Righteousness, Regeneration; Persevering Faith.In the Serving Christ section I explain the scriptural basis for Worship, Fellowship, Obedience, Service, Spiritual Gifts, the Doctrine of Good Works, and Suffering in the Service of Christ.In the Practical Christian Living section I discuss “How To” according to God: God’s rules and values for Sexual Activity, Marriage, Children, Divorce, Employers and Employees, and Doing Good Works.The Doctrine section is a vigorous discussion of Hermeneutics, Dispensationalism, Bibliology, Theology Proper, Christology, Pneumatology, Anthropology, Hamartiology, Soteriology, Ecclesiology, Ecclesiology and Dispensationalism, Angelology, and Eschatology. This is followed by Heresies and a Dictionary of Doctrinal Words. Two appendices conclude the book: Subject Matter Outline and my personal Doctrinal Statement. Then, Sources (bibliography).Here are answers to questions. Here is a resource for learning.