Author: John Jefferson DavisPublish On: 2016-10-11
This volume provides the complete text of key Scripture passages that form the basis for theological study. The text used is the highly readable and modern New International Version.
Author: John Jefferson Davis
Publisher: Zondervan Academic
This volume provides the complete text of key Scripture passages that form the basis for theological study. The text used is the highly readable and modern New International Version. The verses listed are grouped by the classical categories of systematic theology (e.g., God, Christ, Salvation); on disputed points, verses from which the major theological views derive are given. Footnotes provide clarification and brief commentary on verses as appropriate. This work is intended to assist the theological student who might not take the time to look up the verses cited in systematic theologies, but it will also be useful to anyone seeking to better understand the major themes of Scripture.
Which Bible verses support that doctrine? All good theology is grounded in the Word of God. Yet sometimes it’s hard to keep track of which scriptures support certain doctrines. That’s where The Essential Scriptures comes in.
Author: Kevin D Zuber
Publisher: Moody Publishers
Which Bible verses support that doctrine? All good theology is grounded in the Word of God. Yet sometimes it’s hard to keep track of which scriptures support certain doctrines. That’s where The Essential Scriptures comes in. With an easy-to-use handbook format, this reference work moves through the main headings of systematic theology, offering full quotations of the biblical verses that undergird various doctrines. No more jumping back and forth between multiple sources. The Essential Scriptures puts it all in one place, providing not only the biblical support but also a learned exposition of how those passages serve as the basis for the doctrine under discussion. Drawing from the literal and trustworthy New American Standard Bible, scholar and theologian Kevin Zuber gives you the biblical underpinnings for every doctrine, organized around the primary headings of systematic theology: Prolegomena Bibliology Theology Proper Christology Pneumatology Anthropology and Hamartiology Soteriology Angelology Ecclesiology Eschatology Every pastor, scholar, student, and lover of theology needs this book in their library. The Essential Scriptures will be a classic that generations of theologians turn to again and again.
Author: Kenneth Richard SamplesPublish On: 2007-09-01
Davis, Handbook of Basic Bible Texts, 18. 13. For popular hermeneutics texts, see R. C. Sproul, Knowing Scripture (Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity, 1977) and Robert H. Stein, A Basic Guide to Interpreting the Bible: Playing by the Rules ...
Author: Kenneth Richard Samples
Publisher: Baker Books
Recent Barna research indicates that less than one in ten evangelical Christians hold a biblical worldview. A World of Difference seeks to change this disturbing fact by educating readers on how the Christian perspective is uniquely reasonable, verifiable, and liveable. Author Kenneth Richard Samples faced a profound test of his own belief system during a personal life-and-death crisis. In A World of Difference, he uses nine distinct tests to compare the Christian worldview with current religious and philosophical competitors, including Islam, postmodernism, naturalism, and pantheistic monism. Samples tackles tough issues through this in-depth study of Christianity's history, creed, and philosophical basis. An excellent resource for readers who want their view of life and the world to make sense.
The outline material in support of the deity of Jesus Christ was derived from Murray J. Harris, Jesus As God, 315-17; and John Jefferson Davis, Handbook of Basic Bible Texts (Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1984), 68-74. 6.
Author: Thd Dr Ronald Bish
Publisher: Xulon Press
"Jesus - The Way, The Truth and The Life" will prove that Jesus is the only Way to God, the very embodiment of all Truth and the very essence of Life, just as He declared of Himself in the fourteenth chapter and sixth verse of the gospel of John by saying, "I am the way, the truth, and the life and that no one comes to the Father except through Me."This book will show using systematic theology, proofs and truth arguments that Jesus is exactly who He says He is, confirmed by God the Father, the Holy Spirit and by Christ Himself.Jesus said in Mark 8; 27 of scripture "Who do you say I Am." This book will make it obvious why you must answer this pointed question just as Peter did in claiming to Jesus that "You are the Christ, the Son of the Living God." Time is getting short and Jesus is on His way back to earth. It's not a time to be confused or wrong on issues having eternal consequences.Though the book reads as a college textbook it forces you to think and study the word of God. The book is most valuable in a curriculum setting or for those interested in Christian apologetics. Jesus is compared to a myriad of other secular philosophies both past and present and as a result it is conclusively obvious that Jesus is the way, truth and the life and all others are false. This book stands on the foundation that a relationship with God thru Christ is by faith alone (Sola Fide), by grace alone (Sola Gratia), by Christ alone (Solus Christus), by scripture alone (Sola Scriptura) and with glory to God alone (Soli Deo Gloria).Dr. Ronald N Bish, ThD. received his Doctorate from Freedom Bible College in Systematic Theology and Apologetics and also holds a Master Degree in Mechanical Engineering. For further information contact www.ronaldbish.com.
basing our doctrine (1) on sound exegesis of each passage, (2) on the entire Bible, and (3) on the Bible alone. Theological study in earlier centuries was considered "the ... Handbook of Basic Bible Texts. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1984.
Author: Robertson McQuilkin
Publisher: Moody Publishers
Why do even the sincerest students of God's Word sometimes find it dry or confusing? Too often, Robertson McQuilkin suggest, it's because they don't know how to read it. In his classic introduction to Bible study, McQuilkin shows everyday believers how to navigate the Bible's genres and plumb its thought structures with accuracy, experiencing afresh living encounters with the inspired Word. Newly revised and updated, Understanding and Applying the Bible also examines the most common errors in Bible reading. In the end, McQuilkin maintains Scripture can be understood by anyone, simply by following a set of straightforward and time-tested principles.
Author: Kenneth Richard SamplesPublish On: 2004-07
John Jefferson Davis, Handbook of Basic Bible Texts (Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1984), 22. 18. Erickson, Christian Theology, 198–99. 19. John Calvin, Institutes of the Christian Religion 1.3.1, ed. John T. McNeill, trans.
Author: Kenneth Richard Samples
Publisher: Baker Books
Without a Doubt provides answers to tough questions about Christianity that assure the heart and satisfy the mind of Christian, seeker, and skeptic alike.
Davis, John Jefferson, Handbook of Basic Bible Texts. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1984. Dictionary of the Bible. Edited by James Hastings. Vol. I. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1963. Dictionary of Christ and the Gospels. Vol.
The following material in support of the deity of Jesus Christ was partially derived from Murray J. Harris, Jesus as God (Grand Rapids: Baker, 1992), 315–17; and John Jefferson Davis, Handbook of Basic Bible Texts (Grand Rapids: ...
Author: Kenneth R. Samples
Publisher: Baker Books
Ideas have consequences, sometimes far-reaching and world-changing. The Christian faith contains many volatile truths that challenged--and continue to challenge--the cultural and religious status quo of the world. This biblical, historical, and philosophical exploration of some of Christianity's most transformational ideas offers a unique look at how the world changed when Christ and his followers came on the scene. These ideas include the resurrection Jesus as God incarnate creation out of nothing the compatibility of faith and reason justification by grace through faith humankind in God's image the greater good of suffering Pastors, students, and thoughtful Christians will be strengthened to face contemporary challenges to these truths and will find the confidence to impact their world for Christ.
Davis , Handbook of Basic Bible Texts ( Grand Rapids : Baker , 1984 ) , 18 . See Erickson , Christian , 222 . ° Piper , Desiring , 118 . 1 ° Ibid . , 118 . " Milne , Know , 50 . Chapter Three / The Trinity : The Pride of Simba ...
Author: Mark Shaw
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
Does theology have to be boring? Not for Mark! Following Christ's example of storytelling, he begins each discussion of a key biblical truth with a parable. Using familiar characters and settings from tales ranging from 'Huckleberry Finn' to 'A Christmas Carol' to 'King Arthur', Shaw covers the Trinity, the attributes of God, creation, providence, sin, redemption and more. Following each story is a set of questions that brings out the key theological themes. The author then provides helpful commentary on these questions, as well as an in-depth discussion of each topic. Whether you are a beginning student or well versed in theology, you will enjoy this innovative approach to age-old truths.
This major new handbook addresses these matters by presenting reception history as an enterprise (not a method) that questions and understands tradition afresh.
Author: Michael Lieb
Publisher: OUP Oxford
In recent decades, reception history has become an increasingly important and controversial topic of discussion in biblical studies. Rather than attempting to recover the original meaning of biblical texts, reception history focuses on exploring the history of interpretation. In doing so it locates the dominant historical-critical scholarly paradigm within the history of interpretation, rather than over and above it. At the same time, the breadth of material and hermeneutical issues that reception history engages with questions any narrow understanding of the history of the Bible and its effects on faith communities. The challenge that reception history faces is to explore tradition without either reducing its meaning to what faith communities think is important, or merely offering anthologies of interesting historical interpretations. This major new handbook addresses these matters by presenting reception history as an enterprise (not a method) that questions and understands tradition afresh. The Oxford Handbook of the Reception History of the Bible consciously allows for the interplay of the traditional and the new through a two-part structure. Part I comprises a set of essays surveying the outline, form, and content of twelve key biblical books that have been influential in the history of interpretation. Part II offers a series of in-depth case studies of the interpretation of particular key biblical passages or books with due regard for the specificity of their social, cultural or aesthetic context. These case studies span two millennia of interpretation by readers with widely differing perspectives. Some are at the level of a group response (from Gnostic readings of Genesis, to Post-Holocaust Jewish interpretations of Job); others examine individual approaches to texts (such as Augustine and Pelagius on Romans, or Gandhi on the Sermon on the Mount). Several chapters examine historical moments, such as the 1860 debate over Genesis and evolution, while others look to wider themes such as non-violence or millenarianism. Further chapters study in detail the works of popular figures who have used the Bible to provide inspiration for their creativity, from Dante and Handel, to Bob Dylan and Dan Brown.