Systematic Theology

by Stephen Wellum

Systematic Theology, Volume 1

by Stephen Wellum

Hardcover
$59.99
Stephen Wellum’s Systematic Theology, vol. 1 is a Trinitarian, reformational, and baptistic systematic theology committed to serious evangelical engagement with the Scriptures. Building on decades of research, Wellum formulates doctrine exegetically, covenantally, and canonically for a new generation of students, pastors, church leaders, and seasoned theologians as well.

Systematic Theology

by Stephen Wellum

Systematic Theology, Volume 1, eBook

by Stephen Wellum

eBook
$47.99
Stephen Wellum’s Systematic Theology, vol. 1 is a Trinitarian, reformational, and baptistic systematic theology committed to serious evangelical engagement with the Scriptures. Building on decades of research, Wellum formulates doctrine exegetically, covenantally, and canonically for a new generation of students, pastors, church leaders, and seasoned theologians as well.

Overview

Systematic Theology is a tour de force!”
—Gregg R. Allison, professor of Christian theology, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary

Trinitarian, reformational, and baptistic, Stephen Wellum’s Systematic Theology models a serious evangelical engagement with the Scriptures while being grounded in church history and keenly aware of contemporary issues. Building on decades of research, Wellum formulates doctrine exegetically, covenantally, and canonically for a new generation of students, pastors, church leaders, and seasoned theologians.

Table of Contents

Preface
Introduction

Part 1: Introduction to Systematic Theology
Chapter 1: Systematic Theology: Nature and Importance
Chapter 2: Systematic Theology: Cultural Context
Chapter 3: Systematic Theology: The Foundation
Chapter 4: Systematic Theology: The Method

Part 2: The Revelation of the Triune God Who Speaks
Chapter 5: God and His Word: Divine Speech
Chapter 6: Natural or General Revelation
Chapter 7: What is Scripture? Three Views of Biblical Authority
Chapter 8: Why Receive Scripture as God’s Word Written?
Chapter 9: The Inspiration of Scripture
Chapter 10: The Infallibility and Inerrancy of Scripture
Chapter 11: The Sufficiency and Clarity of Scripture
Chapter 12: The Canon of Scripture

Part 3: The Biblical-Theological Framework of Scripture
Chapter 13: Creation, Fall, Redemption, and New Creation
Chapter 14: Kingdom through Covenant: Progressive Covenantalism
Chapter 15: Competing Biblical-Theological Systems in Evangelical Theology

Part 4: From Biblical Theology to Theological Formulation
Chapter 16: The God Who Is There: Contemporary Discussion
Chapter 17: The Triune Covenant Lord: Theological Overview
Chapter 18: The Attributes of Our Triune God
Chapter 19: The Triune God of All Glory
Chapter 20: The Triune God Who Plans All Things: The Divine Decree
Chapter 21: The Triune God Who Creates: Creation
Chapter 22: The Triune God Who Sustains and Rules: Providence (Part 1)
Chapter 23: The Triune God Who Sustains and Rules: Providence (Part 2)

Name Index
Subject Index
Scripture Index

Overview

Systematic Theology is a tour de force!”
—Gregg R. Allison, professor of Christian theology, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary

Trinitarian, reformational, and baptistic, Stephen Wellum’s Systematic Theology models a serious evangelical engagement with the Scriptures while being grounded in church history and keenly aware of contemporary issues. Building on decades of research, Wellum formulates doctrine exegetically, covenantally, and canonically for a new generation of students, pastors, church leaders, and seasoned theologians.

Table of Contents

Preface
Introduction

Part 1: Introduction to Systematic Theology
Chapter 1: Systematic Theology: Nature and Importance
Chapter 2: Systematic Theology: Cultural Context
Chapter 3: Systematic Theology: The Foundation
Chapter 4: Systematic Theology: The Method

Part 2: The Revelation of the Triune God Who Speaks
Chapter 5: God and His Word: Divine Speech
Chapter 6: Natural or General Revelation
Chapter 7: What is Scripture? Three Views of Biblical Authority
Chapter 8: Why Receive Scripture as God’s Word Written?
Chapter 9: The Inspiration of Scripture
Chapter 10: The Infallibility and Inerrancy of Scripture
Chapter 11: The Sufficiency and Clarity of Scripture
Chapter 12: The Canon of Scripture

Part 3: The Biblical-Theological Framework of Scripture
Chapter 13: Creation, Fall, Redemption, and New Creation
Chapter 14: Kingdom through Covenant: Progressive Covenantalism
Chapter 15: Competing Biblical-Theological Systems in Evangelical Theology

Part 4: From Biblical Theology to Theological Formulation
Chapter 16: The God Who Is There: Contemporary Discussion
Chapter 17: The Triune Covenant Lord: Theological Overview
Chapter 18: The Attributes of Our Triune God
Chapter 19: The Triune God of All Glory
Chapter 20: The Triune God Who Plans All Things: The Divine Decree
Chapter 21: The Triune God Who Creates: Creation
Chapter 22: The Triune God Who Sustains and Rules: Providence (Part 1)
Chapter 23: The Triune God Who Sustains and Rules: Providence (Part 2)

Name Index
Subject Index
Scripture Index

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Product Details

  • ISBN:
    9781433676444
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    Active
  • Release Date:
    02/15/2024
  • Page Count:
    1008
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Product Details

  • ISBN:
    9781535951999
  • Status:
    Active
  • Release Date:
    02/15/2024
  • Page Count:
    880