Introducing Christian Doctrine has ratings and 19 reviews. Introducing Christian Doctrine is an abridged, less technical version of Millard J. Eric. Christian Theology (English Edition) por [Erickson, Millard J.] Anúncio do Somos Todos Teólogos: Uma introdução à Teologia Sistemática. R.C. Sproul. Introdução à Teologia Sistemática. p. 1 / Embed or link this publication. Description. Seminário Teológico Batista do Rio Grande do Sul. Popular Pages. p. 1.

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Entre os Gigantes de Deus: Teokogia more than view is existent about a particular topic, the author took the time to point all the “pro’s and con’s”, so to speak.

Erickson does in his book what he intends to do, and he does it well. These conclusions are presented with conviction but not tologia dogmatically as to exclude or insult the intelligence of those with other viewpoints.

Matt rated it really liked it Sep 11, We are surely in his debt. Erickson is solidly Evangelical and espouses a mildly Reformed stance, but gives you an excellent overview.

The book covered all topics with great care and consideration. This was a great introduction to Christian doctrine.

Some of these are Kindle reader issues but that is another matter to be raised elsewhere. Jul 20, Nathan Parker rated it really liked it. Well written, easy to understand, and can easily be used as reference material as well. It is, rather, a matter of his possessing more of our lives. Second, I know a great book when I read one and though this book is great, it is massive and scholarly in its coverage it is Teoloogia for your ordinary lay theologian.

I love the fact that Erickson surveys all points of view and gives you the best arguments for each. Millarx 12, Jennifer rated it really liked it. Overall it is a strong book, written well, and though at times written for experts rather than students, this should not stop anyone from at least trying to read it.


The incomparable mix of a work of serious theological reflection yet such readability that a biblically literate layperson can grasp its message makes the volume special. Introducing Christian Doctrine by Millard J.

If they had not changed the advert since the last time I bought it, I would post a complaint and at the same time I really wanted an electronic copy to ease my reference work.

Over all an easy read, but does have sistematlca dull and dry parts. Nov 24, Bryson Shaw rated it really liked it Shelves: Oct 11, Mike E.

As there are 60 chapters, this can involve a lot of scrolling. Jan 14, Anna Rose rated it it was ok. I think the author does Sistsmatica have mixed emotions on this book. Some of the revisions carried over from Christian Theology, third edition, include engagement with various issues related to postmodernism, interaction with the latest conversation concerning the New Perspective on Paul and Justification.

Seja o primeiro a avaliar este item Lista de mais vendidos da Amazon: I have mixed emotions on this book.

Each of us is to aspire to giving the Holy Spirit full control of his or her life. The third sustematica takes into account feedback from professors and students and reflects current theological conversations, with added material on the atonement, justification, and divine foreknowledge. When that happens, our lives will manifest whatever gifts God intends for us to have, along with all the fruit and acts of his empowering that he wishes to display through us” p.

Elizabeth Ross rated it liked it Apr 08, Erickson lives in Mounds View, Minnesota.

Introducing Christian Doctrine by Millard J. Erickson

Open Preview See a Problem? Read while at Crown. For many students, pastors, and teachers, Millard J. If you copy a sostematica of text with these fonts in them, they will simply not appear when you paste them elsewhere.

This is a very good book which introduces sitsematica fundamentals of Christian Teolotia. It will, rather, establish its presence by producing a new sensitivity to spiritual things, a new direction of life, and an increasing ability to obey God” p.

He covers core topics of Christian belief, shows various sides, and then picks a side – supporting it with Scripture. For example, I like his discussion of the words for “sin” much better than Ryrie’s. The main concepts from Christian Theology are in the resource without being overwhelming to students. Abridged version; many others I’d recommend prior to this.


Introducing Christian Doctrine

I have one quibble with the way this book is typeset and one with Kindle texts in general. Great introduction to Christian doctrine and theology from an evangelical perspective. The chapters are well organised for the student, each beginning with objectives, a summary, study questions and a chapter plan.

So on with the review of the Kindle edition, the text in electronic form contains all the Greek, Hebrew and transliteration fonts sistematcia accurately displayed, although I have not figured out a way to search for them or even select them individually on my reader.

It is a read that will leave you well versed and incredibly informed, but it is not a book anyone will benefit from if you are only committed to a casual read. Best part of all this is that it is available on my kindle, IPod and PC, I only wish I had my original notes from the margins of the print copy here as well. Even when redeemed and glorified, we introuo still be his human creatures. Overall, if you are looking for a textbook that will usher you into the technicalities of systematic theology without overwhelming you with technical details, look no further than the third edition of Introducing Christian Doctrine.

Mar 16, James Scott White rated it really liked it. Overall, I enjoyed this resource.

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Books by Millard J. These help the student to read critically and to engage their thinking hat as they read. Return to Book Page.