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The Great Mystery of the Covenant of Grace By Samuel Petto
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This book is a reprint of the 1820 Aberdeen edition of D. Chalmers & Co. of Samuel Petto (ca. 1624–1711), The Great Mystery of the Covenant of Grace, or The difference between the Old and... More > New Covenant Stated and Explained: With an Exposition of the Covenant of Grace in the Principal Concernments of it.< Less
The New Covenant in Christ By Stanford E. Murrell
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Another quality eBook from Chapel Library. A Survey of the New Testament is an attempt to capture in concise, readable pages the history, events, people, and the Person and teachings of Christ as... More > they converged in the first century to change man’s relation to God forever. We enter into the likes of a middle eastern bazaara bustling, dusty crossroads with all its drama and intrigue. It is a crossroads in every aspect: between the Messiah and His Church; between Jewish and Greek cultures; between peace and persecution, past and future, tradition and Truth, timidity and triumph; between the wisdom of man as represented in the ruling authorities of the day and the wisdom of God emblazoned through the Holy Spirit upon the unlikely heroes fishermen and a onceblinded Pharisee. The central figure is the carpenter’s Son, revealed to the world in these pages of Scripture as the King of kings and Lord of lords. Today as then, we can know Him personally as Jesus our Savior, our Lord, and our God!< Less
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
Theo-Logy By James A. Fowler
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This fourth volume of the "Christocentric Theology Series" considers the two predominant theological systems in evangelical Christian theology - Covenant theology and Dispensational... More > theology - and then proposes a third alternative theological perspective - Christocentric theology.< Less
Theo-logy By James A. Fowler
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This fourth volume of the "Christocentric Theology Series" considers the two predominant theological systems in evangelical Christian theology – Covenant theology and Dispensational... More > theology – and then proposes a third alternative theological perspective – Christocentric theology.< Less
THEO-LOGY By James A. Fowler
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HARDBACK of the fourth volume of the "Christocentric Theology Series" that considers the two predominant theological systems in evangelical Christian theology – Covenant theology and... More > Dispensational theology – and then proposes a third alternative theological perspective – Christocentric theology.< Less
Biblical Theology - Volume 1 By Charles Vogan
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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... More > this because of the testimony of the best authority in the Bible – Jesus himself, the eternal Son of God. • The Creator – The Father gives life to his Son • The Covenant – The Father makes his Son his Heir • Deliverance & Law – The Father makes his Son holy • The Temple – The Father gives full access to his Son • The Kingdom – The Father seats his Son beside him on the throne • Wisdom – The Father teaches his Son • The Prophet – The Father reveals himself through his Son VOLUME 1: The Bible as universal truth The Message of the Bible The Theology of the Old Testament< Less
Biblical Theology - Volume 2 By Charles Vogan
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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... More > this because of the testimony of the best authority in the Bible – Jesus himself, the eternal Son of God. • The Creator – The Father gives life to his Son • The Covenant – The Father makes his Son his Heir • Deliverance & Law – The Father makes his Son holy • The Temple – The Father gives full access to his Son • The Kingdom – The Father seats his Son beside him on the throne • Wisdom – The Father teaches his Son • The Prophet – The Father reveals himself through his Son VOLUME 1: The Bible as universal truth The Message of the Bible The Theology of the Old Testament< Less
Genesis: A Theological Commentary By Charles Vogan
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God is called “The God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob” a total of 18 times in the Bible – and in the New Testament, 6 times. Abraham’s name is used 246 times across the Bible.... More > Jesus and the Apostles mention his name 70 times in the New Testament. According to the Apostles and Prophets, the Patriarchs and their faith is the very foundation of Christianity. The Apostle Paul tells us that the Gospel was first preached to Abraham. And (Paul goes on to say) if we have the faith of Abraham, we will become his heirs and inherit the Treasures that God first gave to him and the other Patriarchs. There are two ways to interpret the book of Genesis: either as a series of morality lessons, or as spiritual concepts that are far more fundamental to our Christian faith. According to the Apostles, God first gave “the right to become children of God” to the Patriarchs – and we now inherit that same Treasure if we become one of Abraham’s Family.< Less
Systematic Theology Made Easy By C. Matthew McMahon
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This book takes the major themes of systematic theology and places them in an easy to understand format. This is an introductory work for those beginning to study this subject, and deals with... More > systematic theology in bite-size portions, or theological sound-bytes. Subjects covered in this work range from the science of theology, to the doctrines of Scripture, of God, of man, of salvation, covenant theology, the person and work of Jesus Christ, the benefits of redemption, the Law of God and even eschatology, including the doctrines of heaven and hell. This is a perfect primer for the new student of theology, or a refresher for those who want to study the marrow of systematic theology without needing to wade through other volumes which span thousands of pages.< Less

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