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From Canon to Concept (Systematic Theology, vol. 1)

, 2024
ISBN: 9781433676444

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Stephen Wellum’s Systematic Theology, vol. 1 is a Trinitarian, reformational, and baptistic systematic theology committed to serious evangelical engagement with the Scriptures. Building on decades of research, Wellum formulates doctrine exegetically, covenantally, and canonically for a new generation of students, pastors, church leaders, and seasoned theologians as well.

  • Models a serious evangelical engagement with the Scriptures while being grounded in church history and keenly aware of contemporary issues
  • Builds on decades of research
  • Formulates doctrine exegetically, covenantally, and canonically for a new generation of students, pastors, church leaders, and seasoned theologians
  • Title: Systematic Theology, Volume One: From Canon to Concept
  • Author: Stephen J. Wellum
  • Series: Systematic Theology
  • Volume: 1
  • Publisher: B&H
  • Print Publication Date: 2024
  • Logos Release Date: 2024
  • Pages: 988
  • Era: era:contemporary
  • Language: English
  • Resources: 1
  • Format: Digital › Logos Research Edition
  • Subjects: Doctrinal theology; Christianity › Doctrines
  • ISBNs: 9781433676444, 1433676443
  • Resource ID: LLS:SYSTHCNNCVLM101
  • Resource Type: Systematic Theology
  • Metadata Last Updated: 2024-03-11T17:57:14Z

Professor of Christian Theology, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.


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  1. Eduardo Fergusson
    I want to also make the comment regarding the formatting, it's terrible, is this going to be fixed?
  2. Peter Gardner
    BUYER BEWARE! Extremely disappointed with the formatting of this in Logos. New paragraphs are not indented, headers are not made any larger than the main text and there is not spacing between sections. I've never seen a Logos book so poorly formatted. When I contacted Customer Service, they stated that this is the way it was sent to them by the publisher and they are unable to make any changes... if so, I will be extremely cautious in my future purchases from this publisher.
  3. Fyreous



    Pre-ordered because I thought this was supposed to release on 2/15/24, but now it's just "in-production"? Kind of a bummer, Logos. Can you provide any details on when it will be published?
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  6. Steve Shelton

    Steve Shelton


    It would be nice if Logos would give updates. This book was schedule for distribution on 2/15/24? It suddenly went back into being "in production". I suspect there were some who pulled their orders. I understand this being a money issue. Is this fair though for those who have waited for the release? This has happened several times now of late with regards to books I have ordered.
  7. Paul Hess

    Paul Hess


    Dr. Wellum is an excellent theologian. I have had the privilege of having him as a professor in several seminary classes, and the quality of his classes are reflected in his work of systematic theology. Wellum's work is God-centered, Christ-shaped, and church-focused. His book is robust, but without overwhelming readers. It's a work that is useful to both the seminary student and the layman. Christians of all stripes will be edified by this work. Wellum embraces the historical tradition of the church and Reformed theology without losing sight of biblical theology. He interweaves systematic/historical theology and biblical theology with skill. While I don't hold to Wellum's particular view of covenant theology (Wellum is a Progressive Covenantalist while I am a 1689 Federalist), he develops his position well. If I had a couple quibbles, it would be that he employs some pretty significant metaphysical assumptions without clarifying what those assumptions are. He follows Van Til and Frame quite heavily on epistemology (which would be revealed epistemology, which is more of an idealist metaphysic), but in other areas he appears to adopt a realist metaphysic. I think his work would've been helped by clarity on his metaphysical approach. I personally hold to a realist metaphysic and so I part company with Wellum at times, but setting that aside, I think some additional discussion of this point would help readers. The other is that I think his comparison of Progressive Covenantalism and 1689 Federalism could be developed more. The comparison is does is excellent and I think fairly represents both sides, but considering how similar the views are, I think some more comparison here might be helpful for readers to understand the nuances of the two views. But quibbles aside, Wellum's work is top-notch and should be a must-have addition to any seminary student's library.
  8. Adrian Popa

    Adrian Popa



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