The Fundamentals: A Testimony to the Truth, Volume 1

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Baker Books, 1994 - Religion - 1482 pages
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The books that defined the fundamentalist movement return in a four-volume set. Classic treatments cover biblical inspiration, the deity, atonement, resurrection of Christ, and his return.

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Exeptional book on Christian Fundamentalism

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Deeply historical and explanational on Fundamentalism in Christianity. It clarifies the fact that Fundamentalism does not equal dogmatism at all cost, but that the sword with which the church is ... Read full review

Systematic Theology for Dummies

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This is a simplified version of a good systematics book. Great for beginners or explaining to novice Christians. (We all had to start somewhere.) Like all Hendrickson books, great quality and great value. Read full review

Contents

Chapter Page
9
The Mosaic Authorship of the Pentateuch
43
Fallacies of the Higher Criticism
55
The Bible and Modern Criticism
76
The Holy Scriptures and Modern Negations
94
Christ and Criticism
111
Old Testament Criticism
127
It Exist?
149
Internal Evidence of the Fourth Gospel
193
The Testimony of Christ to the
201
The Early Narratives of Genesis
228
The Doctrinal Value of the First Chap
272
Three Peculiarities of the Pentateuch
288
The Recent Testimony of Archeology
315
Criticism
348
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