Systematic Theology

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Kregel Academic, Jan 1, 1993 - Religion - 2880 pages
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The original eight volumes now complete and unabridged in four! "Though scholarly in the true sense of the word, this work can also be read and understood by those not formally trained in theology." --Charles C. Ryrie
  

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My Number One Theology Set

User Review  - Andy Anderson - Christianbook.com

I absolutely enjoy Basic Theology by C.C. Ryrie, and if I want additional detail for my study, I used this multi-volume systematic theology set by Chafer. I would like to provide a couple of quotes ... Read full review

Review: Systematic Theology (4 Volumes)/Two Volumes in Each Book

User Review  - Allen - Goodreads

A standard text for evangelical theology. Chafer is well researched and biblically grounded. The only minor flaw is his tendency to insert block quotes, some of them several pages in length. Chafer ... Read full review

Contents

CHRISTOLOGY
3
Introduction to the Doctrine of Christ Incarnate
39
The Birth and Childhood of Christ Incarnate
47
The Baptism of Christ Incarnate
56
The Temptation of Christ Incarnate
74
The Transfiguration of Christ Incarnate
85
The Teachings of Christ Incarnate
95
conclusion
166
in in the synoptics
188
in peters writings
224
The Resurrection of Christ Incarnate
231
conclusion
260
n the session
273
The Second Advent of Christ Incarnate
280
The Messianic Kingdom of Christ Incarnate
315
The Eternal Kingdom of Christ Incarnate
359

The Miracles of Christ Incarnate
170
The Sufferings and Death of Christ Incarnate
177

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About the author (1993)

Lewis Sperry Chafer (1871-1952), American Presbyterian clergyman and educator, was born in Rock Creek, Ohio; studied at New Lyme Academy and Oberlin Conservatory and College, both in Ohio; studied under C. I. Scoffield; and was ordained in 1900. In 1924, he founded the Evangelical Theological College (now Dallas Theological Seminary) and was its president and professor of systematic theology until his death. His many other works include Satan, True Evangelism, Grace, Major Bible Themes, and the eight-volume Systematic Theology.

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