Christian Theology by Millard J. EricksonA revised edition of Erickson's successful systematic theology with updated text and new pedagogical aids, such as chapter outlines, chapter objectives, and study questions.
Call Number: Access Online
Publication Date: 2013-08-15
Classic Christianity by Thomas C. OdenFor the first time, Thomas Oden's Systematic Theology classic series (individually titled The Living God, The Word of Life, and Life in the Spirit) is available in one complete volume. A renowned theologian, Oden provides a consensus view of the Christian faith, delving deeply into ancient Christian tradition and bringing to the contemporary church the best wisdom from its past. In this magisterial work, Oden tackles the central questions of Christian belief and the nature of the trinity. Written for clergy, Christian educators, religious scholars, and lay readers alike, Classic Christianity provides the best synthesis of the whole history of Christian thought. Part one explores the most intriguing questions of the study of God--Does God exist Does Jesus reveal God Is God personal, compassionate, free--and presents answers that reflect the broad consensus culled from the breadth of the church's teachers. It is rooted deeply and deliberately in scripture but confronts the contemporary mind with the vitality of the Christian tradition. Part two addresses the perplexing Christological issues of whether God became flesh, whether God became Christ, and whether Christ is the source of salvation. Oden details the core beliefs concerning Jesus Christ that have been handed down for the last two hundred decades, namely, who he was, what he did, and what that means for us today. Part three examines how the work of God in creation and redemption is being brought to consummation by the Holy Spirit in persons, through communities, and in the fullness of human destiny. Oden's magisterial study not only treats the traditional elements of systematical theology but also highlights the foundational exegetes throughout history. Covering the ecumenical councils and early synods; the great teachers of the Eastern church tradition, including Athanasius and John Chrysostom; and the prominent Western figures such as Augustine, Ambrose, Thomas Aquinas, Martin Luther, and John Calvin, this book offers the reader the fullest understanding of the Christian faith available.
Call Number: REF BT 75.3 .O34 2009
Publication Date: 2009-08-04
Systematic Theology by Louis BerkhofThis landmark edition combines Berkhof's standard, systematic treatment of the doctrines of the Reformed faith--his magnum opus--with his Introduction to the Study of Systemtic Theology. Written in a scholarly yet simple style, the work includes a thorough bibliography and study questions at the end of each chapter.
Call Number: BT 75 .B38
Publication Date: 1941-09-01
Systematic Theology by Wayne A. GrudemThe 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.
Call Number: Access Online and BT 75.2 .G78 2000
Publication Date: 2020
Systematic Theology by Robert W. JensonThis is the second and concluding volume of ""Systematic Theology"" and considers the works of God, examining such topics as the nature and role of the Church, and God's works of creation.
Systematic Theology: Vol 1 by Robert W. JensonJensen begins this first of two volumes with an extended discussion of the nature and norms of theology. He then devotes the rest of the work to the identity and being of the biblical God, including classic Christological and soteriological questions most systems take up elsewhere.