The Wipf & Stock Doctrinal Studies Collection brings together theological studies in time, the attributes of God, sin, perseverance, eschatology, atonement, and apocalyptic literature. Practical topics covered include marriage, missions, healing, and the priesthood of all believers. A wide variety of perspectives and themes are explored in the study of Old and New Testaments.
All the volumes in this collection are featured in the Lexham Systematic Theology Ontology.
The Lexham Systematic Theology Ontology serves as an index to your systematic theologies. The LSTO includes tags and annotations for relevant passages on any given theological topic, helping you search and find the information you need quickly. As more systematic theologies get tagged in the LSTO, the usefulness of this dataset will continue to grow exponentially.
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