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Bob Jones University Press Theology Collection (4 vols.)
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Bob Jones University Press Theology Collection (4 vols.)

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Bob Jones University Press 1994–2010

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Overview

Discover contemporary views on various theological topics with the Bob Jones University Press Theology Collection. In four volumes, this collection explores how to have an assurance of salvation, analyzes what it means to be holy in regards to separation, addresses Fundamentalism and its current trends, and studies the doctrine of worship—the dangerous trends, what God expects, and more. Biblically grounded, the Bob Jones University Press Theology Collection will benefit pastors, students, and laity seeking a deeper understanding of these topics.

The Logos edition of these important theological works from Bob Jones University is fully searchable and easily accessible. Scripture passages are linked directly to your preferred translation, and important theological concepts are linked to dictionaries, encyclopedias, and the wealth of resources in your digital library.

Key Features

  • Four volumes on Christian theology
  • Introductions, indexes, bibliographies, and more
  • Perfect for students, pastors, and laity

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Individual Titles

Assurance of Salvation: Implications of a New Testament Theology of Hope

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How many believers are sure of their salvation? For centuries, this question has troubled Christians in both the pew and the pulpit. Some believers live for years under a cloud of doubts. Others minister to professing Christians who have complete assurance of salvation but show little fruit of it.

Among theologians, debates rage especially over two general questions: what may Christians be sure of regarding their salvation, and what should make them sure of it? May they be sure of final salvation now, or is assurance possible only about their present state? Should they look only to the promises of God to gain this assurance, or should they also examine their own lives?

To sort through the debate, Matthew Hoskinson begins by exploring historical views of assurance and the major schools of thought among orthodox Protestants today. Then he details what each part of the New Testament teaches about hope, measuring today’s positions accordingly. Along the way, he discusses topics such as lordship salvation, Reformed and Wesleyan theology, the second coming of Christ, and whether assurance is a necessary part of saving faith. The result will clarify how to have—and how to teach how to have—what Hebrews 6:11 calls “the full assurance of hope unto the end.”

Matthew C. Hoskinson is pastor of ministry vision at Heritage Bible Church in Greer, South Carolina. Assurance of Salvation is the published version of his dissertation, “The Full Assurance of Hope: An Analysis of Contemporary Opinions on Assurance of Salvation in Light of a Theology of Hope in the New Testament.”

Be Ye Holy: The Call to Christian Separation

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Bring up the topic of Christian holiness today and you will get many differing definitions. Bring up the subject of “separation” and you may be either glibly dismissed or violently opposed. Sometimes seen as narrow, bigoted, non-progressive, and even impractical, separation is often disdainfully called “legalism.” But a scriptural study of holiness reveals that separation is an integral part of it and originates from God himself. While it is a command rather than an option for the Christian, separation unto holiness need not be seen in a strictly negative light.

Dr. Moritz takes a close-up look at various kinds of separation, the separatist himself, and the definitions vital to understanding it to bring holy living into the realm of every Christian’s understanding.

Fred Moritz has served as a pastor and Bible professor in Illinois and Indiana. He is currently executive director of Baptist World Mission in Decatur, Alabama. Dr. Moritz holds degrees from Pillsbury Baptist College, Central Baptist Seminary, and Bob Jones University, and has served on the adjunct faculty of Calvary Baptist Seminary.

Contending for the Faith

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Is separatist, militant Fundamentalism necessary, or is it outmoded? Should Fundamentalists continue to confront, or is it time to move toward common ground? For a new generation of Fundamentalists genuinely seeking to understand what the movement is, Fred Moritz offers a challenge: “If we wish to truly understand Fundamentalism, we must go to the Scriptures.” Despite changing times, the church has a clear biblical directive in the book of Jude. The only defense of the truth of the gospel is in earnestly contending for the faith.

Fred Moritz has served as a pastor and Bible professor in Illinois and Indiana. He is currently executive director of Baptist World Mission in Decatur, Alabama. Dr. Moritz holds degrees from Pillsbury Baptist College, Central Baptist Seminary, and Bob Jones University, and has served on the adjunct faculty of Calvary Baptist Seminary.

The Glory Due His Name: What God Says about Worship

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“What did you get out of the service today?” It’s a question that many might ask their children on the way home from church. But a closer study of biblical worship reveals that a better question might be “What did God get out of your worship today?”

Many churches provide variety in worship, offering traditional worship at one service and contemporary worship at another. The clear implication is that worship style is simply a matter of personal preference—that worship style does not matter to God. But does God agree? Are the sincerity and personal enjoyment of the worshiper the only important considerations? The only way to know what God thinks is to examine His Word.

In The Glory Due His Name, Gary Reimers explores what God expects in worship. Reimers draws parallels between wrong forms of ancient worship and dangerous trends in modern services. He also shows how worship services can continue to give God the kind of worship He demands. This study of the doctrine of public worship is essential for all who desire to worship God in spirit and in truth.

Gary Reimers is professor of theology at Bob Jones University Seminary.