Elemental Theology: An Introductory Survey of Conservative Doctrine

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Kregel Academic, 1977 - Religion - 400 pages
(Edited and revised by Ronald B. Mayers) This reprint covers the basics of systematic theology in brief, easy-to-follow outline form.
 

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Contents

The Fact of Sin
249
Chapter Seven The Doctrines of Salvation Soteriology
255
Repentance
263
Faith
269
Justification
280
Prayer
291
Study Questions
303
The Ordinances of the Church
310

Study Questions
117
The Work of Christ
164
Study Questions
200
History and the Holy Spirit
212
Study Questions
228
Creation
231
The Fall
237
Study Questions
243
Satan
326
Demons
337
Study Questions
344
The Resurrection of the Dead
374
The Judgments
382
The Future Destiny of the Righteous and the Wicked
390
Study Questions
398
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