Concise Systematic Theology [HC]


By: Frame, John


ISBN: 9798887790183

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Concise Systematic Theology: An Introduction to Christian Belief by John M. Frame

Writing both to the beginner and to anyone reviewing core biblical doctrines, John Frame presents a brief but comprehensive introduction to Reformed systematics. This enhanced edition of Salvation Belongs to the Lord (2006) provides readers with study questions, memory verses, and additional resources to help them to grasp the general shape and content of Scripture’s teaching.

“John Frame is the most creative conservative evangelical theologian of his generation, and I am delighted to recommend to another generation this excellent summary of what Christians believe. Here is the perfect combination of biblical fidelity, pedagogical utility, prose clarity, doctrinal profundity, and spiritual fecundity. Five out of five stars!” —Kevin J. Vanhoozer, Research Professor of Systematic Theology, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School

“There’s no one I trust more as a teacher of theology than John Frame. His unwavering commitment to . . . Scripture is coupled with . . . an enviable ability to communicate profound truths in ways that impact both mind and heart. . . . Concise Systematic Theology [is] my first recommendation as an introduction to Christian doctrine.” —James N. Anderson, Carl W. McMurray Professor of Theology and Philosophy, Reformed Theological Seminary, Charlotte

“John Frame is that rare theologian who is creative and orthodox, deep and clear. His writing is drenched in Scripture yet well versed in the trends of Christian and secular thought. His work is both erudite and pious, so one can read him for knowledge and for devotion. . . . [Concise Systematic Theology is] deep enough to delight a theologian, clear and warm enough to benefit any willing reader.” —Daniel M. Doriani, Professor of Biblical and Systematic Theology, Covenant Theological Seminary

“This is . . . a very practical and devotional book. . . . Read [it] to grow in wisdom; read it to cut through all the cultural noise about Christianity and get right to the heart of the Bible’s message; and perhaps most importantly of all, read it to cultivate a deeper love for our extraordinary God.” —Christopher Watkin, Senior Lecturer in French Studies, Monash University