By Martyn Lloyd-Jones
A finished and ACCESSIBLE
SYSTEMATIC THEOLOGY of the CHRISTIAN FAITH
You’ve skilled the necessity for sound, biblical doctrine, haven’t you? while contributors of a cult confirmed up at your step. whilst a coworker began spouting New Age rules. while a pastor candidated at your church. while your baby got here domestic from university and desired to know the way the Bible will be actual in mild of all of the different worldviews available in the market. it truly is crucial that we predict with readability approximately those matters simply because rather a lot in our world—from the media to our schools—openly defies biblical Truth.
If you’ve discovered the urgency of creating the doctrinal flooring on that you stand, the chapters of this publication may also help you construct that beginning. Lloyd-Jones essentially explains the nature and ministries of every individual of the trinity, in addition to the Bible’s educating at the church, the afterlife, and finish occasions. a good way to study extra in regards to the nice doctrines of the Bible yet don’t are looking to plow through long educational works, here's a whole advisor to help you research and combine Christian doctrine together with your day-by-day life.
This quantity comprises the next 3 books in one:
- God the daddy, God the Son
- God the Holy Spirit
- The Church and the final Things
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One may prance about a good deal, but he is kept on the route until he reaches the destination. The mannerisms - the style, as it were - vary tremendously, but both horses are guided and controlled by the same rider, and the result is the same. Verbal inspiration means that the Holy Spirit has thus overruled and controlled and guided these men, even in the choice of particular words, in such a way as to prevent any error, and above all to produce the result that was originally intended by God. How, then, does the Bible claim this?
Then, after a while, the early Christians found that it was not enough merely to say, `Jesus is Lord,' they found it necessary to introduce what was called a baptismal formula. Candidates for baptism were catechised; they were asked certain questions, and they had to be able to answer them. But you remember what happened? Very soon heresies began to arise; people within the Church began to say things that were not correct. They were quite genuine and sincere, but many were saying things which were wrong and which were harmful.
Now there are many classifications, but let me suggest to you some of the doctrines which we are, therefore, of necessity bound to consider. One is, of course, the book itself. Why do we pay attention to this book? Why do we confine ourselves to it? What does the Bible teach us about itself? Clearly we must start with that. We cannot go on to consider the doctrines of the Bible unless we have a clear idea as to what the Bible itself is, and what it claims to be. Then, of course, having accepted our authority, our standard, we start with the great doctrine which always must come before every other doctrine, and that is the doctrine of God.