Christian Theology

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Baker Academic, Aug 1, 1998 - Religion - 1312 pages
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A new edition of leading theologian Millard Erickson's classic text.
  

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User Review  - Bobby Bailey - Goodreads

This was one of my foundational textbooks for my systematic theology classes when I was in Bible College. It provides a good overview from a Calvinistic perspective but presents other Christian ... Read full review

Review: Christian Theology

User Review  - Jeff - Goodreads

Ericsson gives a thorough analysis of major theological issues in this book. It is a wonderful resource for seminary students and a great book to have available to have in your library for reference on major issues. Read full review

Contents

Contents Preface
11
Studying
15
What Is Theology?
17
Contents
35
Theology and Philosophy
39
The Method of Theology
62
Theology and Critical Study of the Bible
85
Contemporizing the Christian Message
115
The Results of Sin
618
The Magnitude of Sin
637
The Social Dimension of Sin
657
The Person of Christ
675
Contemporary Issues in Christological Method
677
The Deity of Christ
699
The Humanity of Christ
721
The Unity of the Person of Christ
739

Theology and Its Language
135
Postmodernity and Theology
158
Knowing
175
Gods Universal Revelation
177
Gods Particular Revelation
200
Inspiration
224
Inerrancy
246
Authority
266
What God Is Like
287
The Greatness of God
289
The Goodness of God
309
Immanence and Transcendence
327
The Trinity
346
What God Does
369
Gods Plan
371
Creation
391
Providence
412
A Special Problem
436
Angels
457
Humanity
477
Introduction to the Doctrine of Humanity
479
The Origin of Humanity
496
The Image of God in the Human 517 The Constitutional Nature of the Human 537 The Universality of Humanity
558
The Nature of Sin
579
The Source of Sin
599
The Virgin Birth
756
The Work of Christ
777
Introduction to the Work of Christ
779
Theories of the Atonement
798
The Central Theme of the Atonement
818
The Extent of the Atonement
841
The Holy Spirit
859
The Person of the Holy Spirit
861
The Work of the Holy Spirit
880
43 Salvation Conceptions of Salvation
901
Predestination
920
Subjective Aspects
941
Objective Aspects
960
The Continuation of Salvation
979
The Completion of Salvation
996
The Means and Extent of Salvation
1014
The Church
1033
The Nature of the Church
1035
The Role of the Church
1060
The Government of the Church
1079
Baptism
1098
The Lords Supper
1115
The Unity of the Church
1135
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About the author (1998)

Millard J. Erickson is Distinguished Professor of Theology at Baylor University's Truett Seminary and at Western Seminary, Portland. He is a leading evangelical spokesperson with numerous volumes to his credit, including God the Father Almighty, God in Three Persons, The Word Became Flesh, and Postmodernizing the Faith.

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