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Everyone has thoughts about God. But how do we know if our thoughts are true?
If we want to know the truth about God, we need a sound approach to incorporating what the whole Bible teaches. In this concise introduction to systematic theology, theologian Graham A. Cole explores how we move from Scripture to doctrine in order to shape what we believe, what we value, and how we live. He shows us the importance of having the right method: rooted in the word of God, consistent with church history, in the context of a broken world, dependent on divine wisdom, and ultimately aiming at pure worship.
How can we (created beings) know God (the Creator)?
Throughout history, the church has recognized the importance of studying and understanding God’s attributes. As the Creator of all things, God is unique and cannot be compared to any of his creatures, so to know him, believers turn to the pages of Scripture. In The Attributes of God, renowned theologian Gerald Bray leads us on an exploration of God’s being, his essential attributes, his relational attributes, and the relevance of his attributes to our thinking, lives, and worship. As we better understand God’s attributes, we will learn to delight in who God is and how he has made himself known to us in Scripture.
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Practical Theology for the Church Today
The Trinity is one of the most essential doctrines of the Christian faith, as it reveals a magnificent truth about God—that he is one God eternally existing as three distinct persons. While Christians often struggle to find the right words to describe the union of Father, Son, and Spirit, the Bible gives clarity concerning the triune God’s activity in nature (creation), grace (redemption), and glory (reward). In the second installment of the Short Studies in Systematic Theology series, theologian Scott Swain examines the Trinity, presenting its biblical foundations, systematic–theological structure, and practical relevance for the church today.
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Kregel: The Hermeneutics of the Biblical Writers: Learning to Interpret Scripture from the Prophets and Apostles by Abner Chou vs. What Happened in the Garden: The Reality and Ramifications of the Creation and Fall of Man by Abner Chou
Intervarsity Press: Winsome Conviction: Disagreeing Without Dividing the Church by Tim Muehlhoff & Richard Langer vs. Charitable Writing: Cultivating Virtue Through Our Words by Richard Hughes Gibson & James Edward Beitler III
Reformation Heritage: Broken Cisterns: Thirsting for the Creator Instead of the Created by Sarah Ivill vs. You Could Have It All by Geoffrey Thomas
Good Book Company: Is Hell for Real?: And other Questions about Judgment, Eternity and the God of love (Questions Christians Ask) by Erik Raymond vs. Who on Earth is the Holy Spirit? (Questions Christians Ask) by Tim Chester & Christopher de la Hoyde
Crossway: Is Jesus Truly God?: How the Bible Teaches the Divinity of Christ by Greg Lanier vs. The Trinity: An Introduction (Short Studies in Systematic Theology) by Scott Swain
Christian Focus: Renewing Broken Lives: Even More Miracles from Mayhem by Irene Howat vs. Johnny Cornflakes by Denise George
David C. Cook: The Resilient Leader: How Adversity Can Change You and Your Ministry for the Better by Alfred Ells vs. Survive or Thrive: 6 Relationships Every Pastor Needs by Jimmy Dodd