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Number of Pages: 191
Vendor: Moody Publishers
Publication Date: 1972
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Basic Theology: A Popular Systematic Guide to Understanding Biblical TruthCharles C. RyrieMoody Publishers / 1999 / Hardcover$22.49 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 24 Reviews
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"… Lets call this book what it isa book that will try to help you understand what the Bible teaches." Dr. Charles Ryrie
Dr. Charles Ryrie, author of the bestelling Ryrie Study Bible and one of America's greatest living theologians, offers an easy-to-understand overview of the various doctrines of the Bible. It is written especially for the layman who simply wants to understand what the Bible teaches. The topics covered include:
- The importance of doctrine
- What doctrine is
- What God is like
- The inspiration of the Bible
- The person of Christ
- The person of the Holy Spirit
- The angelic world
- The nature and depravity of man
- The church
- What the future holds
GeorgeAge: 45-54Gender: male5 Stars Out Of 5Well writtenFebruary 20, 2012GeorgeAge: 45-54Gender: maleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Ryrie does an excellent job describing all of the major doctrines. Very easy to understand. Every Christian should read this.
Andy Anderson5 Stars Out Of 5June 20, 2010Andy AndersonThis is a foundational book to read, covering an excellent range of teaching. He has written a doctrinal book that is not too wordy, yet provides ample content to present good solid teaching regarding doctrine. If you are a Ryrie enthusiast, I would recommend the Ryrie Study Bible, Balancing the Christian Life, and Survey of Bible Doctrine. Then go deeper with Basic Theology.
Gail Thomas4 Stars Out Of 5September 14, 2007Gail ThomasI have just begun reading, the text, the introduction is so informative that you I am anxious to read the text.
Randy See5 Stars Out Of 5April 25, 2001Randy SeeVirtually all "doctrine" books are abbreviated theology texts (which is not necessarily bad...). Not this book. It is concise and replete and generous with Scripture references. Neither technical nor oversimplistic, this book serves as an excellent guide for small group study. The text is well, but not obnoxiously, outlined. It is written from an evangelical and conservative perspective, dispensational on prophecy. Only the scarcity of graphics/charts keeps this classic from being a "5". Yet, I would not rate another "doctrine" book higher.