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Publication Date: 1984
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Christ's Victorious Kingdom: Postmillennialism ReconsideredJohn Jefferson DavisAudubon Press / Trade Paperback$14.99 Retail:
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This volume provides the complete text of key Scripture passages that form the basis for theological study. The text used is the highly readable and modern New International Version. The verses listed are grouped by the classical categories of systematic theology (e.g., God, Christ, Salvation); on disputed points, verses from which the major theological views derive are given. Footnotes provide clarification and brief commentary on verses as appropriate. This work is intended to assist the theological student who might not take the time to look up the verses cited in systematic theologies, but it will also be useful to anyone seeking to better understand the major themes of Scripture.
oldmanchubbAge: 25-34Gender: male2 Stars Out Of 5There Are Better Resources Out ThereSeptember 11, 2012oldmanchubbAge: 25-34Gender: maleQuality: 4Value: 2Meets Expectations: 3The back of this book gives the reason for this publication, that it is "intended to assist the theological student who might not take the time to look up the verses cited in systematic theologies, but it will also be useful to anyone seeking to better understand the major themes of Scripture". That is all well and good and this book on some level accomplishes this, but at the same time, there are much better resources out there.
For one, if you're doing research on something like the providence of God, you're going to want to spend a little bit of time in a good systematic theology anyway. Plus, any worthwhile study bible will have a section on such topics and I would assume the target audience of this book would have something like that. And I hate to say it, but in this day and age, a simple Internet search will yield the same list of verses that this book provides. So this is not a terrible book in that it does helpfully outline Biblical passages about theological beliefs, but there are plenty of other sources that also do this and even more.
Scott KTennesseeAge: 45-54Gender: male5 Stars Out Of 5very good resourceFebruary 13, 2012Scott KTennesseeAge: 45-54Gender: maleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5This book is a great resource for scriptural reference notated by subject
Rev. Dr. David A. Hill5 Stars Out Of 5June 1, 2001Rev. Dr. David A. HillA "MUST" for every serious student of Scripture! I have used it EXTENSIVELY for teaching and preaching in theological matters.