A fresh, inviting text on the content of the Christian faith in our contemporary context, this one-volume systematic theology offers a splendid, orthodox explication of the Christian faith for peers, students, teachers, pastors and serious lay readers alike. The authors not only cover the traditional themes - God, creation, sin, Christology, Scripture, eschatology, and so on - but also relate those classical themes to such contemporary developments as Pentecostalism, postmodernism, and evolutionary theory.
|Place of Publication||Grand Rapids, MI|
|Publisher||Wm. B. Eerdmans|
|Number of pages||806|
|Publication status||Published - 1 May 2017|
- systematic theology, dogmatics, doctrine, experience, public theology