This is What the LORD Says!

Biblical Versus Systematic Theology

By Charles Vogan
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Description

There are two sources of Truth: God and man. Man, for all his abilities, can only discern part of the picture. But when it comes to our relationship with God, we must turn to God alone for the Truth. Systematic theology, being man-made, too often appeals to the intellect and pride, because it requires a theological acumen, a high IQ, a proper vision of the scope of the project, how the doctrines must be laid out, and how it all relates to other disciplines. Biblical theology, on the other hand, is directly relevant to the soul’s needs. The textbook is not our theology but the Bible itself. It’s the child coming to the Father and saying, “Teach me.” The point, therefore, of Biblical theology is to describe the Perfect Son of God, using the revelation that God gave us in the Bible (Old and New Testaments), and how we can become one with the Son – which is the only condition under which God will allow us into his presence. Biblical theology describes both the goal and the process. This is why Biblical theology is of primary concern to all believers compared to the secondary functions of systematic theology.

Details

Language

English

Contributors

Charles Vogan (By (author))

ISBN

N/A

Publisher

N/A

Published

Nov 22, 2019

Copyright

SCL

Product ID

4352990412900

Book Specifications

Pages

83

Binding

Casewrap

Interior

Ink Monochrome

Dimensions

US Trade (6" x 9" / 152 x 229 mm)

Weight

0.7728 lbs