Elemental Theology: An Introductory Survey of Conservative Doctrine
Kregel Academic, 1977 - 400 pagina's
(Edited and revised by Ronald B. Mayers) This reprint covers the basics of systematic theology in brief, easy-to-follow outline form.
"(1) The recognition that its teaching was, in a unique sense, Divine; (2) The consequent ascription to it of a religious authority by a community or its ...
In reference to the former, the Scriptures are affirmed to be the Word of God in such a sense that its words, though written by men and having indelibly ...
The fact of the presence and more immediate agency of God in connection with Christian doctrine is signified to the senses by works of supernatural ...
... and its productions, in the sea and its treasure, in the sun and the planets revolving around it. Our senses bring us into contact with the universe ...
From the foregoing, it is seen that God as spirit is to be apprehended not by the senses of the body, but by the faculties of the soul, quickened and ...
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An excellent introduction to systematic theology. Each chapter ends with valuable study questions. Can be used in a church discipleship programs, one-on-one mentoring, or personal study. If you want to understand biblical theology, begin here. Volledige review lezen
Elemental Theology is a great product, and I encourage pastors, theology students and those who want to understand biblical truths to get one of the materials in their hands. Volledige review lezen
The Fact of Sin
Chapter Seven The Doctrines of Salvation Soteriology
The Ordinances of the Church
The Work of Christ
History and the Holy Spirit
The Resurrection of the Dead
The Future Destiny of the Righteous and the Wicked