In Historical Theology for the Church, editors Jason Duesing and Nathan Finn bring together top contributors to survey key doctrinal developments in every era of church history. They not only trace the development of various doctrines within historical congregations; they also provide a resource for contemporary congregations. Steered by the conviction that historical theology serves the church both local and global, each chapter concludes with an application section that clarifies the connection between the historical doctrine being covered and the Christian church today.
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Jason G. Duesing (Ph.D., Southwestern Seminary) serves as the academic Provost and Professor of Historical Theology at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. He is the author of Mere Hope: Life in an Age of Cynicism (B&H) and writes for For the Church, The Gospel Coalition, Tabletalk and other publications, including his own website “Footnotes,” at JGDuesing.com.
Nathan A. Finn (Ph.D., Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary) serves as provost and dean of the university faculty at North Greenville University.