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Historical Theology and Contemporary Apologetics By Joel Steele
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This book is designed to introduce the foundation of early Christian theology and its relation to modern apologetics. It is not an in-depth study of systematic theology nor does it take into account... More > the institutional developments, but it seeks to disclose the origins of Christian theology—the source of authority for the early church—Scripture.Understanding specific developments of church history is an important aspect to the study of historical theology. Historical theology evaluates historical events and situations where various theological ideas were developed and formulated.< Less
Historical Theology Made Easy By C. Matthew McMahon
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This work on historical theology follows key Christian beliefs chronologically discussing the most important movements and doctrinal developments for theology according to their historical... More > appearance. Historical Theology Made Easy offers students of the Bible the opportunity to study the historical development of theology according to God's providence throughout the history of the Christian church. This approach allows readers to concentrate practically on the development of Christian teachings and their formulation in the early church, through the Middle Ages, Reformation, post-Reformation and into the modern period. This book includes key primary sources citing quotes from Iranaeus, Augustine, Aquinas, Luther, Calvin, the Puritans and others. It makes historical theology, which is often overwhelming, easy to follow.< Less
Historical Theology Made Easy By C. Matthew McMahon
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This work on historical theology follows key Christian beliefs chronologically discussing the most important movements and doctrinal developments for theology according to their historical... More > appearance. Historical Theology Made Easy offers students of the Bible the opportunity to study the historical development of theology according to God's providence throughout the history of the Christian church. This approach allows readers to concentrate practically on the development of Christian teachings and their formulation in the early church, through the Middle Ages, Reformation, post-Reformation and into the modern period. This book includes key primary sources citing quotes from Iranaeus, Augustine, Aquinas, Luther, Calvin, the Puritans and others. It makes historical theology, which is often overwhelming, easy to follow.< Less
Essay: Historical and Historic By Kurt E. Marquart
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The essays in this volume give just a glimpse of the role that Dr. Kurt Erik Marquart played in the Lutheran Church during his ministry of forty-seven years. Not least among... More > Dr. Marquart’s contributions were his lectures and articles devoted to the “public square.” If I would have any advice to pastors, seminary students, and laymen interested in theology, I would paraphrase the advice given to me and say: “Read Professor Marquart and study every article he offers! You can’t do better than that.” When you are finished with Marquart’s writings, then you will be ready for the grand tradition of orthodox Lutheran systematicians that he transmitted and epitomized. In Foreword by Martin Noland< Less
Essay: Historical and Historic By Kurt E. Marquart
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The essays in this volume give just a glimpse of the role that Dr. Kurt Erik Marquart played in the Lutheran Church during his ministry of forty-seven years. Not least among... More > Dr. Marquart’s contributions were his lectures and articles devoted to the “public square.” If I would have any advice to pastors, seminary students, and laymen interested in theology, I would paraphrase the advice given to me and say: “Read Professor Marquart and study every article he offers! You can’t do better than that.” When you are finished with Marquart’s writings, then you will be ready for the grand tradition of orthodox Lutheran systematicians that he transmitted and epitomized. In Foreword by Martin Noland< Less
Systematic Theology By Charles Hodge
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Charles Hodge (December 27, 1797, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – June 19, 1878, Princeton, New Jersey) was the principal of Princeton Theological Seminary between 1851 and 1878. A Presbyterian... More > theologian, he was a leading exponent of historical Calvinism in America during the 19th century. He was deeply rooted in the Scottish philosophy of Common Sense Realism. He argued strongly that the authority of the Bible as the Word of God had to be understood literally. Many of his ideas were adopted in the 20th century by Fundamentalists and Evangelicals.< Less
Theology of God By Dave Armstrong
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The doctrine of God remains as important as ever. The Apostle Paul rebuked the Corinthians in the first century for accepting "another Jesus" and "a different gospel" (2 Cor... More > 11:4). Denial of the deity of Christ and the Holy Trinity were no doubt among the falsehoods condemned by Paul as “doctrines of demons” (1 Tim 4:1). Christians need to know the biblical basis for these beliefs, in view of the many historic heresies and recent fashionable nonsense such as open theism and process theology. My emphasis is on a listing of many scores of relevant Bible passages (systematic theology). Additionally, I attempt to explain "theology proper" in laymen’s terms, so that, with the aid of this book, soaked with Scripture, anyone will be able to defend the biblical (and Nicene, Chalcedonian) truths of the Holy Trinity, Jesus as the incarnate God, and the divinity of the Holy Spirit. The coherence and truthfulness of orthodox, biblical theology of God is evident, the more these passages are understood.< Less
Theology of God By Dave Armstrong
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The doctrine of God remains as important as ever. The Apostle Paul rebuked the Corinthians in the first century for accepting "another Jesus" and "a different gospel" (2 Cor... More > 11:4). Denial of the deity of Christ and the Holy Trinity were no doubt among the falsehoods condemned by Paul as “doctrines of demons” (1 Tim 4:1). Christians need to know the biblical basis for these beliefs, in view of the many historic heresies and recent fashionable nonsense such as open theism and process theology. My emphasis is on a listing of many scores of relevant Bible passages (systematic theology). Additionally, I attempt to explain "theology proper" in laymen’s terms, so that, with the aid of this book, soaked with Scripture, anyone will be able to defend the biblical (and Nicene, Chalcedonian) truths of the Holy Trinity, Jesus as the incarnate God, and the divinity of the Holy Spirit. The coherence and truthfulness of orthodox, biblical theology of God is evident, the more these passages are understood.< Less
How The Christian Church Got To Where It Is: A Sketch of Historical Theology to 1900 By Carl Shank
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This book provides a brief "slice" of historical theology up to 1900. It includes summary theological studies on the Trinity, Christology, and Anthropology. An appendix provides an in-depth... More > look into the revivalist Charles Finney and his methods. This summary is good for those wishing to study a brief sketch of the history of doctrines.< Less
The Historicity of Dispensationalism By Keith Seiber
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Dispensationalism did not just start with John Darby and C.I. Scofield, the doctrine of Dispensationalism goes much further down the historical track of the church then that. The concept of... More > Dispensationalism goes all the way back to the beginning. This book is a brief exploration of the history and development of the Doctrine of Dispensationalism, along with the development of the specifics behind this doctrine.The historicity of dispensationalism is undisputed when a faithful examination is done of the facts, merits, and historical accounts of this method of theology. Dispensationalism is a belief in a system of historical progression as revealed in the Bible, consisting of a series of stages in God's selfrevelation and plan of salvation for men. This is the historic position of the church, this is the Biblical position, this is the original position of the ancient church fathers, and this is the position that our fundamental DNA is woven into.< Less

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