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Biblical Theology for Pastors and Teachers By Charles Vogan
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Here is a Biblical Theology for the Pastor/Teacher which provides the fundamental lessons of the Bible in a way that he can pass the doctrine of our Christian faith on to the church - in an... More > easy-to-read, easy-on-the-eyes format. The overarching theme of the Bible is the Father/Son relationship. In fact, the entire Bible is a full description of this relationship between Father and Son, as God wants to see it in us. We know this because of the testimony of the best authority in the Bible – Jesus himself, the eternal Son of God. The reason he came was to gather a Family together and make them one with himself, in his image, so that they might become Sons of God. Using Christ and the Apostles as the central hermeneutical principle, this theology pulls both Old and New Testaments together to form a whole picture of the message of the entire Bible. ISBN 978-1-928565-05-5< Less
Biblical Catholic Eucharistic Theology By Dave Armstrong
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Catholic apologist Dave Armstrong has compiled his writing on the Eucharist & the Sacrifice of the Mass into a Scripture-packed 23 chapters. Among the topics covered are: 1) the special presence... More > of God in physical objects in the OT, 2) comparison of the indwelling & the Real Presence, 3) doubting disciples in the eucharistic discourse of John 6, 4) exclusion of non-Catholics from Catholic communion, 5) St. Augustine's & John Calvin's views, 6) the Church fathers on the Sacrifice of the Mass, 7) St. Paul's "priestly" references, 8) biblical, analogical arguments for the Sacrifice of the Mass, 9) the Protestant "idolatry" accusation, and 10) biblical evidence for wholehearted formal, liturgical worship. The facts of Church history are also examined in depth, with much corroboration from Protestant scholarly sources. Armstrong's explanations help to make Catholic teachings on the Holy Eucharist & the Mass understandable, plausible, & easily harmonized with the teaching of the Bible.< Less
Biblical Catholic Eucharistic Theology By Dave Armstrong
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Catholic apologist Dave Armstrong has compiled his writing on the Eucharist & the Sacrifice of the Mass into a Scripture-packed 23 chapters and 222 pages. Among the topics covered are: 1) the... More > special presence of God in physical objects in the OT, 2) comparison of the indwelling & the Real Presence, 3) doubting disciples in the eucharistic discourse of John 6, 4) exclusion of non-Catholics from Catholic communion, 5) St. Augustine's & John Calvin's views, 6) the Church fathers on the Sacrifice of the Mass, 7) St. Paul's "priestly" references, 8) biblical, analogical arguments for the Sacrifice of the Mass, 9) the Protestant "idolatry" accusation, and 10) biblical evidence for wholehearted formal, liturgical worship. The facts of Church history are also examined in depth, with much corroboration from Protestant scholarly sources. Armstrong's explanations help to make Catholic teachings on the Holy Eucharist & the Mass understandable, plausible, & easily harmonized with the teaching of the Bible.< Less
Biblical Catholic Eucharistic Theology By Dave Armstrong
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Catholic apologist Dave Armstrong has compiled his writing on the Eucharist & the Sacrifice of the Mass into a Scripture-packed 23 chapters and 222 pages. Among the topics covered are: 1) the... More > special presence of God in physical objects in the OT, 2) comparison of the indwelling & the Real Presence, 3) doubting disciples in the eucharistic discourse of John 6, 4) exclusion of non-Catholics from Catholic communion, 5) St. Augustine's & John Calvin's views, 6) the Church fathers on the Sacrifice of the Mass, 7) St. Paul's "priestly" references, 8) biblical, analogical arguments for the Sacrifice of the Mass, 9) the Protestant "idolatry" accusation, and 10) biblical evidence for wholehearted formal, liturgical worship. The facts of Church history are also examined in depth, with much corroboration from Protestant scholarly sources. Armstrong's explanations help to make Catholic teachings on the Holy Eucharist & the Mass understandable, plausible, & easily harmonized with the teaching of the Bible.< Less
The Cross in Biblical Theology By Kessel C. Levermore
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To all who seek a better understanding of the Cross of Jesus Christ, as it is revealed in scripture.
Reformed Theology's Reformations Are Not Producing a Biblical Systematic Theology By Pastor Edward Rice
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Reformed Augustinian Theology is, as its name so aptly captures, a reformation of bad Augustinian Theology that previously framed up the belief system of Roman Catholic Theology. The reformers began... More > the reformation of the Roman Catholic theology and reformations have progressed until a common question is asked “Exactly what is reformed theology?” This work will analyze rate of change for reformation theology. It is feasible to understand where the transformation began, in the heart of Roman Catholic Doctrine, and where it is to land, in the heart of Biblical Baptist Doctrine. It had to depart from Catholicism and its horrid soteriology, tyrannical ecclesiology, mislead eschatology, inept Bibliology and defective theology. Is it now circling towards the epicenter of truth, or does it continue in the venue of its mother Church spiraling ever further from the truth? This effort focus and clarifies the position and course of Reformed Augustinian Theology with a clarity never before addressed.< Less
Pardon & Power: A Biblical Theology of Grace By James Strauss
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While it is rather clear that God’s grace in salvation is free and unmerited, the extent to which God and man cooperate in salvation and how salvation is offered to men and received by him, is... More > not always so clearly understood. There are scriptures which emphasize the free loving will and purpose of God in salvation, while others set forth the human side with its attendant responsibilities and activities. The two extreme poles of this crucial issue are perhaps best represented by the Reformation doctrine of sola gratia (grace alone) and the classical Roman Catholic doctrine of gratia cooperens (grace cooperating with man enabling him to respond to God’s gracious offer of salvation in Christ). The New Testament consistently “. . . describes the universality of the divine grace as the highest level which charis attains in the New Testament.”< Less
Pardon & Power: A Biblical Theology of Grace By James Strauss
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While it is rather clear that God’s grace in salvation is free and unmerited, the extent to which God and man cooperate in salvation and how salvation is offered to men and received by him, is... More > not always so clearly understood. There are scriptures which emphasize the free loving will and purpose of God in salvation, while others set forth the human side with its attendant responsibilities and activities. The two extreme poles of this crucial issue are perhaps best represented by the Reformation doctrine of sola gratia (grace alone) and the classical Roman Catholic doctrine of gratia cooperens (grace cooperating with man enabling him to respond to God’s gracious offer of salvation in Christ). The New Testament consistently “. . . describes the universality of the divine grace as the highest level which charis attains in the New Testament.”< Less
Biblical Theology: A preliminary compilation of digested readings By Dale A. Brueggemann
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This is a book of digested reading for a Biblical Theology course taught at the B.A. and M.Div. level
Biblical Theology: A preliminary compilation of digested readings By Dale A. Brueggemann
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This is a book of digested reading for a Biblical Theology course taught at the B.A. and M.Div. level