Systematic Theology: An Introduction to Biblical Doctrine

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Harper Collins, May 18, 2009 - Religion - 1296 pages
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The Christian church has a long tradition of systematic theology, that is, studying theology and doctrine organized around fairly standard categories such as the Word of God, redemption, and Jesus Christ. This introduction to systematic theology has several distinctive features: - A strong emphasis on the scriptural basis for each doctrine and teaching - Clear writing, with technical terms kept to a minimum - A contemporary approach, treating subjects of special interest to the church today - A friendly tone, appealing to the emotions and the spirit as well as the intellect - Frequent application to life - Resources for worship with each chapter - Bibliographies with each chapter that cross-reference subjects to a wide range of other systematic theologies.

 

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Contents

The Four Characteristics of Scripture 4 Sufficiency
The Existence of
The Knowability of
The Character of God Incommunicable Attributes
The Character of God Communicable Attributes Part
God in Three Persons The Trinity
The Essential Nature of
The Covenants Between God and
The Person of Christ
The Atonement
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Wayne Grudem is research professor of Theology and Biblical Studies at Phoenix Seminary in Phoenix, Arizona. He holds degrees from Harvard (AB), Westminster Theological Seminary (MDiv, DD), and Cambridge (PhD). He is the author of more than a dozen books including the bestselling Systematic Theology.

 

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