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Number of Pages: 504
Vendor: Christian Focus
|Publication Date: 1996|
Coffee Shop Theology: Translating Doctrinal Jargon into Everyday LifeFrank MooreBeacon Hill Press / 1998 / Trade Paperback$11.99 Retail:
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Volumes I and II of Understanding Theology have been tremendously well received. They have almost created a new genre due to their unique means of communicating truths from the Bible. Taken from subjects covered in the Westminster School of Theology they are a comprehensive handbook of practical theology.
The content and format of the books are their strength - each volume contains a list of doctrinal subjects that occur again and again in adult Sunday Schools, House Groups, Bible studies and congregational meetings. Each subject is dealt with in outline form - giving you the maximum information in a way that is easily digestible.
If you want to work your way through a doctrine and its practical outcome then Understanding Theology has been designed for you.
A changing world needs a changeless Word. R T's inspiring teaching introduces us again to the eternal truths of scripture....
"A wonderful opportunity to get to grips with the essential truths of the Bible. Suitable for church leaders, students and all those who believe that scripture and the Holy Spirit can change lives today."
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!
"R. T. Kendall is a man of deep commitment to the Bible and wants others to know it, love it and understand it."
Frank Sinclair5 Stars Out Of 5August 10, 2007Frank SinclairAll three volumes meet a need in theology that I feel has been missing. It makes theology accessible to all Christians. Its outline format allows for easy digestion; subject by subject and stirs a real interest in digging further.