Practical Christian Theology: Examining the Great Doctrines of the Faith

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Kregel Publications, Jan 1, 1998 - Theology, Doctrinal - 576 pages
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In addition to providing a comprehensive view of Christian theology that is based on the conviction that the Bible is the inerrant Word of God, this third edition of Practical Christian Theology encourages a deeper, more intimate relationship with God.

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Barackman's work is still a valuable resource

User Review  - John T Jeffery -

I searched long and hard for an acceptable systematic theology resource for our local church Bible Institute. I have purchased and greatly utilized a large number of systematics and dogmatics over 39 ... Read full review

Professor Barackman's book holds a unique niche.

User Review  - John T Jeffery -

For those who knew Professor Barackman there is gratitude that his book continues to be available to pass along to a generation that was not able to sit under his teaching. The Appendices, etc. at the ... Read full review

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About the author (1998)

Floyd Has Barackman was an instructor in systematic theology at Practical Bible Training School, Bible School Park, New York, where has has taught since 1962. He pastored the Calvary Baptist Church in Meadville, Pennsylvania, Grace Baptist Church of Newfane, New York and the First Baptist Church of Maine, New York. He has written adult studies for Accent Publications of Denver, been the expositor for Practical Bible Training School's paper, The Alumnus, and authored How to Interpret the Bible, Practical Christian Theology, and Victors Not Victims.

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