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Tyndale Theological Studies Collection (5 vols.)

por Cone, Christopher, Olander, David, Cooper, Kenneth R.

Tyndale Theological Seminary 2008–2009

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Overview

The Tyndale Theological Studies Collection brings together five diverse publishings from Tyndale Seminary Press. From collected essays on dispensationalism to a discussion of important pastoral topics, the resources contained in this series are informative, highly practical, and theologically rich. These five volumes are composed of writings by noted biblical scholars and theologians, including Charles Ryrie, David Olander, Christopher Cone, Charles H. Ray, and many more.

In digital format, searching these volumes becomes a breeze. What's more, the Logos edition contains tagged Scripture references—making the verses accessible with a simple mouse-over. Whether you are a pastor, teacher, or lifelong student of the Word, you will find this collection to be a pivotal reference point for your biblical studies.

Key Features

  • Superb scholarship from dozens of noted biblical scholars
  • Fantastic writings from a dispensational viewpoint
  • Includes essays with practical application for pastors

Individual Titles

Dispensationalism Tomorrow and Beyond: A Theological Collection In Honor of Charles C. Ryrie

  • Author: Christopher Cone
  • Publisher: Tyndale Seminary Press
  • Publication Date: 2001
  • Pages: 492

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Contents and contributors:

  • "The Necessity of Dispensationalism," by Charles C. Ryrie
  • "Four Pillars of Dispensationalism," by Christopher Cone
  • "Priorities in Presenting the Faith," by John C. Whitcomb
  • "Basic Distinctives of Dispensational Systematic Theology," by Charles H. Ray
  • "The Importance of Biblical Languages," by David E. Olander
  • "The Principle of Single Meaning," by Robert L. Thomas
  • "The Role of Israel in Dispensational Theology," by Arnold G. Fruchtenbaum
  • "Dispensational Definition & Division Revisited," by Christopher Cone
  • "The New Testament Use of the Old Testament," by Robert L. Thomas
  • "Do We Really Hold Scripture to be Sufficient?" by John A. Tucker
  • "Content, Object & Message of Saving Faith," by Jeff Heslop
  • "The Times of the Gentiles," by David Criswell
  • "The Pre-Day of the Lord Rapture," by David E. Olander
  • "Daniel 9:24-27 Considered, Part I," by Charles H. Ray
  • "Daniel 9:24-27 Considered, Part II," by Charles H. Ray
  • "Metaphor & the Rapture," by Kevin D. Zuber
  • "The Two Witnesses," by John C. Whitcomb
  • "The Realization of Ezekiel's Temple," by Jerry Hullinger
  • "Released From the Law for Sanctification," by John F. Hart
  • "The Kingdom of Emergent Theology," by Gary E. Gilley
  • "The Church & Social Responsibility," by Ron J. Bigalke, Jr.
  • "Is Dispensationalism Hurting American Political Policies in the Middle East?" by Michael Stallard
  • "Biblical Prophecy: An Essential Element in Living a Genuine & Useful Christian Life," by Paul N. Benware
This book in honor of Dr. Charles Ryrie was written by scholars who hold to the same basic view of Dispensationalism for which he is noted. In their chapters they address subjects related directly or indirectly to that system of theology. They exhibit a confirmed commitment to the authority, power, sufficiency, original languages, and correct interpretation of the Scriptures. Their work reflects careful exegesis of pertinent Biblical passages and significant interaction with writings of scholars who disagree with the Dispensational view of the Bible. Readers will be introduced to subjects not normally addressed by Dispensational authors. . . .

—Renald Showers

Christopher Cone, Th.D, Ph.D, is President of Tyndale Theological Seminary & Biblical Institute (Fort Worth, TX). He is also the author of The Promises of God: A Synthetic Bible Survey, and general editor of Dispensationalism Tomorrow & Beyond: Theological Essays in Honor of Charles C. Ryrie.

Prolegomena: Introductory Notes on Bible Study and Theological Method

  • Author: Christopher Cone
  • Publisher: Tyndale Seminary Press
  • Publication Date: 2009
  • Pages: 242

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With insight and passion, Dr. Cone lays the foundation for the theological method he advocates by placing it squarely in the center of biblical theology, establishing that context effectively, and wrapping it all up in the literal-grammatical-historical method of hermeneutics. As he develops this context, Dr. Cone shows that biblical theology bears a vital relationship to philosophy, science, epistemology, and worldview. Dr. Cone develops his thesis around four pillars, which form the main body of his work:

  • The existence of the biblical God
  • God’s authoritative self-revelation to man
  • Natural-man’s incapacity to comprehend God’s revelation
  • A consistent hermeneutic

Although all four pillars are important, the fourth pillar provides the real meat of the work by advocating a consistently literal hermeneutic as a means for understanding and developing the truths in the other three pillars and as the only hermeneutic that can correctly interpret Scripture and exegete truth from the biblical text. In addition, the book contains an extensive bibliography for further study.

Prolegomena is the study of presuppositions, definitions, and theological methods which are foundational to any doctrinal system. This volume concerning prolegomena is decidedly dispensational in approach and thus lays the groundwork necessary for understanding Scripture dispensationally. . . . offers an excellent theological study which is basic to systemic theology.

—Gary E. Gilley, Pastor-Teacher, Author

Life Beyond the Sun: An Introduction to Worldview and Philosophy Through the Lens of Ecclesiastes

  • Author: Christopher Cone
  • Publisher: Tyndale Seminary Press
  • Publication Date: 2009
  • Pages: 477

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Solomon, in the book of Ecclesiastes, offers one of the most insightful earth-centered perspectives on the world and life in it. He examines succinctly the futility, the emptiness, and the hopelessness of life under the sun, life apart from God. At the same time, he suggests the wonder and value of even the simplest act when performed in the context of God’s glory. In Life Beyond the Sun, Dr. Cone introduces an overview of Solomon’s worldview and discusses how it seems to anticipate the worldviews of philosophers who came after him. As he discusses the various aspects of Solomon’s Biblical worldview, Dr. Cone supplies a generous amount of parallels from philosophers through the ages for comparison. He notes how Solomon’s criticisms of the endeavors of godless men seem to apply so well to some of the world’s greatest minds.

Practical Aspects of Pastoral Theology

  • Editor: Christopher Cone
  • Publisher: Tyndale Seminary Press
  • Publication Date: 2009
  • Pages: 404

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Seventeen contributors offer valuable insights on many aspects of pastoral ministry. Subjects range from defining what a pastor is and describing his function within the church through the practice of church discipline, the role of a pastor’s wife, the mission of a church up to the measure of success in pastoral ministry, all with the consideration of God’s purpose and glory. Nothing of importance is left out.

Contents and contributors:

  • "What is a Pastor?" by Joshua Bailey
  • "A Preacher or a Teacher?" by Patrick Belville
  • "Evangelical Feminism & Church Leadership," by Andy Woods
  • "Principles of Financial Integrity as Illustrated by King Joash," by Vern Hargrave
  • "The Plurality Principle," by Christopher Cone
  • "Israelology & the Pastoral Role," by Arnold Fruchtenbaum
  • "Time for Greek & Hebrew," by Dave Olander
  • "A Biblical Model for Church Growth," by Ralph N. Cone Jr.
  • "Early Challenges in Pastoral Ministry," by Shaun Richard
  • "Priorities in Pastoral Ministry," by Steve Spurlin
  • "Church Discipline: The Road to Restoration," by Gary Gilley
  • "Pastoral Counseling," by Jerry Pelfrey
  • "An Open Letter to Pastors from a Pastor's Wife: An Appeal to Vigilance," by Charlene Pelfrey
  • "Help! I Married a Pastor! Encouragement for Wives of Pastors," by Lucy Cone
  • "Glory to God Through Missions," by Jeff Heslop
  • "Pastors are Planters," by Henry Vosburgh
  • "Legal Considerations in Pastoral Ministry," by J. Shelby Sharpe
  • "Pastors, Computers and XXX," by Jerry Pelfrey
  • "Measuring Success With God's Purpose in Mind," by Christopher Cone

The Greatness of the Rapture: The Pre-Day of the Lord’s Rapture

  • Author: David Olander
  • Publisher: Tyndale Seminary Press
  • Publication Date: 2009
  • Pages: 247

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What is the rapture? What does it involve? When does it take place? How does it relate to other events in the last days? With insight and clarity, Dr. Olander answers these and other questions, while at the same time developing a new approach to an old subject.

In this book, Dr. Olander makes a tremendous contribution to end-times studies by introducing a more theologically sound terminology. In place of the concept of a “pre-tribulation rapture,” Dr. Olander introduces and develops the idea of a “pre-day-of-the-Lord rapture” of the church. As he further develops this idea, Dr. Olander offers a better and more thorough understanding of the rapture itself, as well as a clearer understanding of the Day of the Lord.

David Olander, Ph.D., Th.D., is professor of Biblical languages at Tyndale Theological Seminary & Biblical Institute. He has been involved in missions in Germany, Italy, and Spain and has also served on the faculties of the International Bible College and Seminary and the Southern Bible Institute. He recently wrote The Greatness of the Rapture: The Pre-Day of the Lord Rapture.

Product Details

  • Title: Tyndale Theological Studies Collection
  • Publisher: Tyndale Seminary Press
  • Volumes: 5
  • Pages: 1,862