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Number of Pages: 416
Vendor: Christian Focus
Publication Date: 1998
|Dimensions: 21.6 X 13 X 2.9 (inches)|
Coffee Shop Theology: Translating Doctrinal Jargon into Everyday LifeFrank MooreBeacon Hill Press / 1998 / Trade Paperback$8.99 Retail:
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Theology for the student and the Christian interested in knowing the Bible, beautifully presented, and clearly stated, with a fair-minded look at historical issues and concerns. The outline enables you to see the clear pattern of the source and development of a doctrine while accessing the information as succinctly as possible.
I admire his courage and his perseverance, and I value the times we spent together.
R. T. Kendall is a man of deep commitment to the Bible and wants others to know it, love it and understand it.
I am privileged to call this good man my friend.
Understanding Theology I-III- Who should have these books? Buy them for lay preachers and Sunday School teachers known to you. They will be immensely helped by them. If you are a minister or somebody else with theological training, you may think them too simple for your own bookshelves, but are you really sure of that? I have had the privilege of teaching theology for 52 years but I am very glad to have these now as additions to my own library. I may keep a book-shaped gap next to them, in case there is a forth volume!
This book is for pastors, church leaders, students and all Christians who feel that the time is overdue to come to terms with theology but who have found it boring and hard. 'R T' strives not only for simplicity but balance: matching the practical with the cerebral, the Spirit with the Word.