By Justo L. González
An advent to the middle Christian doctrines, the historic context during which they arose, and their ongoing value to modern Christian trust and practice.
Justo González has lengthy been well-known as one in all our greatest academics and interpreters of the church’s trust and heritage. during this new quantity he lays out the solutions to 3 questions an important to knowing the Christian culture: First, what are the center Christian doctrines? What principles and convictions shape the guts of Christian identification? moment, the place did those doctrines come from? What are the historic contexts within which they first rose to prominence? How have they constructed around the background of the church? ultimately, what do those doctrines suggest at the present time? What claims do they proceed to put on Christian trust and perform within the twenty-first century?
Written with the readability and perception for which González is legendary, a brief historical past of Christian Doctrine will serve the desires of scholars in church heritage, old theology, and systematic theology sessions in college/university settings, in addition to seminaries/theological schools.
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