Systematic Theology (Grudem) (Théologie systématique (Grudem))
Deuxième édition révisée et augmentéeWayne Grudem
From the beginning, the Church has worked on its doctrines and organized them systematically, according to categories that have become classic, such as the Word of God, salvation, Jesus Christ, the Holy Spirit, the last days or the human being. This is also what Wayne Grudem is doing in this study of the doctrines of the Christian faith, for the Church today.
Three objectives guide its work and will enable readers to enter in depth and detail into the knowledge of evangelical theology: the rooting in the Bible of the doctrinal elements presented; instructional clarity, including explanation of technical terms and cross-reference to other articles; taking into account both intellectual reflection and the spiritual and practical life of believers and the Church.
As Henri Blocher writes in his preface, this book is characterized by "a sober biblical solidity" and "a lively, or warm, spiritual sensitivity."
Wayne Grudem is Professor of Theology and Biblical Sciences at Phoenix Seminary (Arizona), USA. He holds a doctorate in New Testament from Cambridge University in the UK.
Publication : November 2012
Pages : 1520
Weight : 2200 g
Dimensions : 18 x 25.5 x 6.5 cm
ISBN : 9782755001051