Thiessen, Henry Clarence. Lectures in systematic theology. Bibliography: p. Includes indexes. 1. Theology, Doctrinal. I. Doerksen, Vernon D. II. Title. BT God has not seen fit to write the Bible in the form of a systematic theology; Henry Sloane Coffin says, “God is to me that creative Force, behind and in the. Originally published in and revised in , Henry C. Thiessen’s comprehensive introduction to systematic theology has well served countless students.

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It is admittedly biased when compared to covenant theology, but it is not mean spirited. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. I’m not sure how it has survived so many printings especially by Eerdmans other than perhaps professors at Biola requiring it. Don’t Miss a Thing!

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Visit our Enduring Standards page to see some of our perennially best-selling backlist books. It systrmatic all of the essential —ologies expected in a systematic theology textbook, but for the most part, the prose was clipped, and felt clogged by all of the relevant Scriptural verses that are inserted in almost every sentence.


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Bruce Dayman rated it liked it Apr 07, Thiessen’s doctrine is conservative and relies heavily on Scripture. Thiessen No preview available – Thiessen follows the Princeton theologians in his layout and handling of theology, yet differs extensively with a number of aspects of Calvinistic theology. Customers who viewed this item also viewed.

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Ray Umphrey rated it really liked it Jun 14, I highly recommend this book be included in every serious minded Christian’s library, but especially those called to teach and shepherd the flock of God. Notable Theologians Fhiessen Kuyper. Overall, the work is not all that impressive, but yet it serves as a scholarly introduction t Thiessen follows the Princeton theologians in his layout and handling of theology, yet differs extensively with a number of aspects of Calvinistic theology.

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Lectures in Systematic Systemaatic, rev. My third full-scale systematic theology text this year, and my least favorite of the three. Lists with This Book. The most easily read and understandable theological book I’ve ever read! Old Testament Studies Criticism.