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From the Exploring Topics in Christianity Series, this reliable and highly readable textbook provides comprehensive coverage of core Christian beliefs. Based on the author's introductory Christian doctrine course, the book rests firmly on biblical foundations while providing a balanced discussion of areas where evangelicals disagree.

Features:
  • Includes essay topics and further reading suggestions
  • Contains helpful boxed features, such as "Digging Deeper," "Focus on Scripture," "Key Thinkers and Movements," and "What Do You Think?"
  • Spotlights essential quotations from major texts and creedal statements
  • Includes chronologies of theological landmarks and glossary of technical terms

Product Information

Format: DRM Free ePub
Vendor: IVP Academic
Publication Date: 2014
ISBN-13: 9780830896233
Series: Exploring Topics in Christianity

Publisher's Description

Preaching's Preacher's Guide to the Best Bible Reference for 2014 (Theology) This reliable and highly readable textbook provides comprehensive coverage of core Christian beliefs. Based on the author's introductory Christian doctrine course, the book rests firmly on biblical foundations while providing a balanced discussion of areas where evangelicals disagree. The text includes essay topics and further reading suggestions.

Author Bio

Tony Lane (DD, University of Oxford) is professor of historical theology at the London School of Theology. He is the author of and . A world-class Calvin scholar, he abridged the Institutes into a popular student edition and also edited the translation of Calvin's .

Endorsements

What does the church believe? What does the church's faith have to do with prayer, worship and life in the everyday world? Why don't all churches believe the same thing? Tony Lane addresses these basic questions and more. Students, especially, will find this a welcome guide.
-Joel B. Green,
Fuller Theological Seminary

Tony Lane is a masterful teacher. He has a knack for writing epigrammatic sentences that instantly clarify an issue. He has a gift for accurately apt illustrations. Just when things might be getting a little dull, he throws in a joke or even a cartoon. Ideal for anyone who wants to understand the basics.
-Richard Bauckham,
University of St Andrews, Scotland

Engaging in style, evangelical in spirit, ecumenical in atmosphere and eclectic in its use of resources, Exploring Christian Doctrine will delight students looking for a textbook that is clear and informative, never overbearing but always challenging.
-Sinclair B. Ferguson,
Redeemer Theological Seminary, Dallas, Texas

Tony Lane's survey of Christian belief is accessible and engaging. Alive to historical debates and to contemporary challenges, his focus nonetheless remains on offering a clear and thorough account of the essential points of Christian doctrine from a broadly evangelical perspective. Anyone wanting to understand what Christians believe and why will find this an extremely helpful guide.
-Steve Holmes,
University of St Andrews, Scotland

The book's structure is appetizingly laid out in a series of initial questions, positions taken, objections raised, errors to avoid and Lane's own succinct answers - all framed by creedal and confessional bounds and set within the context of worship.
-Kevin J. Vanhoozer,
Trinity Evangelical Divinity School

This is a simply outstanding introduction to doctrine. The product of decades of classroom experience, it is rooted in the Bible, answers a barrage of questions and objections, and is enlivened by cartoons and humor. If you think doctrine is dull and boring, think again.
-Robert Letham,
Wales Evangelical School of Theology

Editorial Reviews

"This is a simply outstanding introduction to doctrine. The product of decades of classroom experience, it is rooted in the Bible, answers a barrage of questions and objections, and is enlivened by cartoons and humor. If you think doctrine is dull and boring, think again."
" Exploring Christian Doctrine has the feel of a live lecture, interspersed with the give and take of classroom discussion and inquiry. . . . Lane's volume will be appreciated for its broad evangelical approach, discussion of contemporary doctrinal challenges to historic orthodoxy, and careful use of Scripture to explain and validate Christian belief. For readers interested in an introductory text to Christian doctrine, Lane's work is admirably suitable."
"The book's structure is appetizingly laid out in a series of initial questions, positions taken, objections raised, errors to avoid and Lane's own succinct answers--all framed by creedal and confessional bounds and set within the context of worship."
"Tony Lane's survey of Christian belief is accessible and engaging. Alive to historical debates and to contemporary challenges, his focus nonetheless remains on offering a clear and thorough account of the essential points of Christian doctrine from a broadly evangelical perspective. Anyone wanting to understand what Christians believe and why will find this an extremely helpful guide."
"Engaging in style, evangelical in spirit, ecumenical in atmosphere and eclectic in its use of resources, Exploring Christian Doctrine will delight students looking for a textbook that is clear and informative, never overbearing but always challenging."
"Tony Lane is a masterful teacher. He has a knack for writing epigrammatic sentences that instantly clarify an issue. He has a gift for accurately apt illustrations. Just when things might be getting a little dull, he throws in a joke or even a cartoon. Ideal for anyone who wants to understand the basics."
"What does the church believe? What does the church's faith have to do with prayer, worship and life in the everyday world? Why don't all churches believe the same thing? Tony Lane addresses these basic questions and more. Students, especially, will find this a welcome guide."
"A good textbook for a comparative religion or intro to Christianity course."

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