From the Preface: "The materials which make up a work in systematic theology are, for the most part, the common property of the entire church. Hence, all works of this character deal largely with the same subject matter. However, the arrangement of this material and the treatment given various aspects of the subject allow for variety and freshness in its presentation. No effort has been made to make this work unique or largely original. Many of the facts and arguments herein presented have been stated by others. Great truths change not; but the application of these truths to certain problems may change as the problems themselves change or as new problems arise. The special emphasis placed upon some truths and the special treatment of certain problems help give to this work whatever of uniqueness it may be found to possess."
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Albert F. Gray is also the author of How to Study the Bible, Studies in Christian Theology Book One, and The Nature of the Church.