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Introducing Evangelical Theology

Introducing Evangelical Theology
Real faith seeks deeper understanding, and when it does, it inevitably reaches out for help. This book is that help. It explores Scripture, tradition, ethics, doctrine, historic debates and contemporary challenge, and is ecumenical, Protestant and evangelical in the best sense of the words.
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ISBN/EAN: 9780801097690
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Publisher: Baker Publishing Group
Author: Daniel J. Treier
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This textbook offers students a biblically rich, creedally structured, ecumenically evangelical, and ethically engaged introduction to Christian theology. Daniel Treier, coeditor of the popular Evangelical Dictionary of Theology, discusses key Scripture passages, explains Christian theology within the structure of the Nicene Creed, explores the range of evangelical approaches to contested doctrines, acquaints evangelicals with other views (including Orthodox and Catholic), and integrates theological ethics with chapters on the Ten Commandments and the Lord's Prayer. The result is a meaty but manageable introduction to the convictions and arguments shaping contemporary evangelical theology. This book is in four parts: Pt 1 - Knowing the Triune God (in three chapters covering the Creed, the Ten Commandments and the Lord's Prayer); Pt 2 - The Father, the Almighty Lord - in four chapters (The Triune Name of God, the Character of Providence, the Goodness of Creation, and Human Beings); Pt 3 The Son, the mediating Logos - in four chapters (the Identity of Jesus Christ, the Ministry of Reconciliation, Sin and Salvation, the Gospel in Christian Tradition); and Pt 4:- The Holy spirit, the Life Giver in (four chapters (God's empowering presence, Scripture, Church, and All Things New). With the usual indices, and in 439pp.
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