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How do we know the Bible is God’s Word? What is sin and where did it come from? How is Jesus fully God and fully man? What are spiritual gifts? When and how will Christ return? If you’ve asked questions like these, then "systematic theology" is no abstract term. It’s an approach to finding answers every Christian needs to know. Bible Doctrine takes a highly commended upper-level textbook on systematic theology and makes it accessible to the average reader. Abridged from Wayne Grudem’s award-winning Systematic Theology, Bible Doctrine covers the same essentials of the faith, giving you a firm grasp on seven key topics: The Doctrine of the Word of God The Doctrine of God The Doctrine of Man The Doctrine of Christ The Doctrine of the Application of Redemption The Doctrine of the Church The Doctrine of the Future Like Systematic Theology, this book is marked by its clarity, its strong scriptural emphasis, its thoroughness in scope and detail, and its treatment of such timely topics as spiritual warfare and the gifts of the Spirit. But you don’t need to have had several years of Bible school to reap the full benefits of Bible Doctrine. It’s easy to understand--and it’s packed with solid, biblical answers to your most important questions.
A study and analysis of the major Bible doctrines. Dr. Lockyer has systematized them in a logical sequence which will help to understand the cardinal doctrines of the Christian faith.
Long-Awaited Systematic Theology by Well-Known Pastor, Author, and President of the Master's Seminary Doctrine isn’t just for theologians—it’s important for every Christian because it shows us who God is and how we should live. Systematizing the robust theology that has undergirded John MacArthur’s well-known preaching ministry for decades, this overview of basic Christian doctrine covers topics such as God the Father, Jesus Christ, the Holy Spirit, the Bible, salvation, and more. Comprehensive in scope yet written to be accessible to the average reader—with non-technical vocabulary, minimal footnotes, and a helpful bibliography—this volume offers Christians a solid foundation for what they believe and why.
This book discusses the development of the Doctrines of Salvation and Atonement from one end of the Bible to the other. It seeks to show that a single doctrine gradually emerges, which can be best stated in psychological terms. The chief Old Testament contribution is found in the Prophets, the ritual system furnishing no more than a secondary source. Under the New Testament there is a detailed expository attempt to show that, while the experience of salvation from sin through the Death of Christ is the fundamental fact, the explanation of that experience, starting from a large and varied use of the Fifty-third of Isaiah, issues in what may be called a 'societary' doctrine of the Atonement. The author claims that Saint Paul, the Writer to the Hebrews, and the Writer of the Johannine Books, all hold this doctrine, though each states it in his own way.
A Survey of Bible Doctrine is an easy-to-read, Bible-based overview of the various doctrines of Scripture targeted to the layman who wants to understand what they Bible teaches.
Upon the answers which thinkers give to the question What is Man? depend on the answers they give to every other question--hence the importance of this matter in the world's life and future. Much that is current in theological discussion centers in the same inquiry. It is evident that the Christian must know what the Bible says: and Dr. Ryder Smith is supremely qualified to expound the Bible teaching. The author finds that the Doctrine of Man is implied rather than stated in Holy Writ: he has made it his task to draw out the doctrine, largely by examining the meaning of the Hebrew and Greek terms. He has included a treatment of the Septuagint, because the New Testament usually starts with the Septuagintal use. There is special treatment of the important phrase The Image of God, so frequently encountered in current theological discussion. this is the more advantageous because, Dr. Ryder Smith maintains, the usage has changed since the days of the Bible writers. There are chapters on What ought a man to be? as well as on What is a man?-- and to the writer the former question is the more important. This book, which seeks to put in its right perspective the whole question of the Biblical doctrine of Man, will take its place as the classical and fundamental treatment of this doctrine.
There is one true God, Who gave us one true set of doctrines. So how are there thousands of denominations in Christianity, all teaching different doctrines? How can you be certain what you have been taught is the truth? Yet there is an even more important question you should ask yourself.What is more important? Following the doctrines you have been taught, or following the doctrines according to the true Word of God?The fact is, a pastor will only give you a couple interpretations of verses to back up what he is teaching. Those verses are interpreted to fit the particular set of beliefs. Pastors have to teach the doctrines of their denomination.I had been trapped in sin for around thirty years when God pulled me back to Him. When I wanted to return to church, God shut doors on me. He had other plans for me. As I was reading the Bible, I quickly learned that basic doctrines I had been taught when I was young, were completely wrong! I knew then what God wanted from me. To study His Word for myself and find the truth. Not the truth according to some church, but the full truth of God's Word!I set some very strict rules that I had to follow in my studies and I stuck to them. It is because of these rules that I found the absolute Truth of God's Word and there are zero contradictions. And most Christians have a hard time accepting them. Not because they can give a good argument against the doctrines in this book, but simply because they would then need to accept they have been taught wrong.That is why I ask that question. What is more important to you? Following the doctrines you have been taught, or following the doctrines according to the true Word of God?
An easy to read introduction to Christian theology from a Sovereign grace and evangelical perspective. Don Fortner is an American pastor and preacher of the gospel of Jesus Christ. His ministry is international with sermons, books and magazine articles widely distributed.
Excerpt from Bible Doctrine: A Treatise on the Great Doctrines of the Bible Pertaining to God, Angels, Satan, the Church, and the Salvation, Duties and Destiny of Man The committee organized at once and entered upon its duties. A table of contents was prepared and writers chosen to prepare the several chapters. How well, or how poorly, we succeeded in carrying out our commission we shall leave to the kind reader to judge. Our gratitude is due to the writers of the chapters herein considered, to the brethren who have so kindly favored us with their counsel, to the writers of the numerous books consulted in the preparation of the volume, and above all to the loving heavenly Father whose sustaining gra'ce made this work possible. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.com This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.
In this volume Dr. Ryder Smith continues his series of studies in great Bible doctrines. Its main subject is Grace, and he examines afresh the meaning and use of such terms as chesed in the Old Testament and charis in the New, not forgetting the Septuagint. But there are chapters also on doctrines closely related to Grace, under such titles as "Trial, Temptation and Discipline," "Election," and "The Fellowship of God with Man in Christ." In his chapters on "Righteousness in Sinners" and "Sin in Believers" he maintains that the full Christian doctrine is nowhere drawn out in the New Testament, but that it may be deduced from scattered references. In his discussion of "Sin in Believers" he claims that Paul taught what some may consider a heresy, namely, that in what may be called "conversion baptism" a believer was wholly cleansed from sin. In many ways this volume is complementary to Dr. Smith's last volume, The Bible Doctrine of Sin, and like all his work it is the fruit of sound knowledge, deep scholarship, and penetrating insight.
Bible doctrine gets a bad rap. It's anything but boring. The Bible is to doctrine what a recipe is to the delicious results. What satisfies is the outcome - the mouth-watering morsel - not the lifeless list of ingredients. If all you know of Scripture is Bible characters and stories, you're missing its life-changing teachings. The crucifixion was an event. What it means is doctrine. In Brief Insights on Mastering Bible Doctrine, Michael S. Heiser shows readers how to think carefully, analytically - theologically - about what the Bible says. He also covers the spectrum of Christian doctrine, succinctly drawing meaning from the Bible independent of denominational traditions.
The Christian church has a long tradition of systematic theology, that is, of studying biblical teaching on centrally important doctrines such as the Word of God, redemption, and Jesus Christ. Wayne Grudem's bestselling Systematic Theology has several distinctive features: A strong emphasis on the scriptural basis for each doctrine 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 within each chapter Bibliographies in each chapter that cross-reference subjects to a wide range of other systematic theologies. XXXXX
Bible Doctrines is a revised exposition of the Sixteen Fundamental Truths of the Assemblies of God, America's largest Pentecostal denomination, written largely by P.C. Nelson, a Danish-born scholar who wrote the original document in 1916.
A respected evangelical theologian writes to students and practicing pastors about why doctrinal truth must be a key part of every preacher's message.