The Survivor's Guide to Theology

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Zondervan, 2006 - 640 pages
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This introduction to theology provides students with a complete overview of theology. Its three sections bring together information that is usually scattered over many volumes. The first section looks at what theology is, while the second offers an overview of the many theological systems, past and present. The last part is a quick-reference theological fact-finder, providing definitions of theological terms and brief biographies of major theologians.
 

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Contents

Preface
9
Acknowledgments
15
ON BEING A THEOLOGIAN
23
Importance?
143
Why Theologians Have
177
The Divisions of Theological Study
203
THEOLOGICAL SYSTEMS
237
Significant People and Terms
471
A Brief Dictionary of Theological
543
A Suggested Approach to Finding Answers
581
Bibliographic Resources for the Study of Theology
587
Names Index
629
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M. James Sawyer (PhD, Dallas Theological Seminary) has taught Theology, Church History and Historical Theology for nearly twenty-five years. He currently serves as Professor of Theology at A.W. Tozer Seminary in Redding, California and as Director of 'Sacred Saga' ministries (SacredSaga.org).

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