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Crossway Theology Collection (8 vols.)
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Overview

Delve deep into some of the most important theological issues with this collection of books from Crossway authored by some of the most influential theologians in modern Evangelicalism. Notable scholars in this collection include Wayne Grudem, John Piper, John Feinberg, Bruce Demarest, and more. This collection includes volumes focusing on specific theological issues, such as open theism, as well as volumes covering major loci of systematic theology, like the doctrine of God and the doctrine of salvation. Other theological topics include eschatology, ethics, and the hermeneutical issue of continuity and discontinuity between the Old and New Testaments.

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Key Features

  • Key works by respected evangelical theologians
  • Eight volumes covering a wide range of important theological issues

Individual Titles

Beyond the Bounds: Open Theism and the Undermining of Biblical Christianity

  • Editors: John Piper, Justin Taylor, and Paul Kjoss Helseth
  • Publisher: Crossway
  • Publication Date: 2003
  • Pages: 395

This understanding of God’s foreknowledge has united the church for twenty centuries. But advocates of “open theism” are presenting a different vision of God and a different view of the future. The rise of open theism within evangelicalism has raised a host of questions. Was classical theism decisively tainted by Greek philosophy? Is open theism a product of process theism? What philosophical presuppositions and cultural conditions are allowing open theism to flourish? How should we understand passages that tell us that God changes his mind or repents or expresses surprise? Are essentials of biblical Christianity—like the inerrancy of Scripture, the trustworthiness of God, and the gospel of Christ—at stake in this debate? Where, when, and why should we draw new boundaries—and is open theism beyond them? Beyond the Bounds brings together a respected team of scholars to examine the latest literature, address these questions, and give guidance to the church in this time of controversy.

We have prepared this book to address the issue of boundaries and, we pray, bring some remedy to the present and impending pain of embracing open theism as a legitimate Christian vision of God. . . . As a pastor, who longs to be biblical and God-centered and Christ-exalting and eternally helpful to my people, I see open theism as theologically ruinous, dishonoring to God, belittling to Christ, and pastorally hurtful. My prayer is that Christian leaders will come to see it this way, and thus love the church by counting open theism beyond the bounds of orthodox Christian teaching.

—John Piper, from the foreword

The downsized deity of open theism is a poor substitute for the real God of historic Christianity—as taught by Protestant, Catholic, and Orthodox theologians through the centuries. This book offers an important analysis and critique of this sub-Christian view of God. Well researched and fairly presented.

—Dr. Timothy George, Dean of Beeson Divinity School, Samford University and executive editor of Christianity Today

Business for the Glory of God: The Bible's Teaching on the Moral Goodness of Business

  • Author: Wayne A. Grudem
  • Publisher: Crossway
  • Publication Date: 2003
  • Pages: 91

Can business glorify God? We normally think of worship, faith, evangelism, and other “spiritual” activities as glorifying to God, but business? Wayne Grudem believes that by engaging in work and business we glorify God because we are emulating God’s own creative work. This book is a thoughtful guide to imitating God during interactions with customers, coworkers, employees, and other businesses.

Wayne Grudem became Research Professor of Bible and Theology at Phoenix Seminary in 2001, after teaching at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School for 20 years. He has served as president of the Council for Biblical Manhood and Womanhood, as president of the Evangelical Theological Society (1999), and as a member of the Translation Oversight Committee for the English Standard Version of the Bible. He has written more than 60 articles for both popular and academic journals, and his books include: Systematic Theology: An Introduction to Biblical Doctrine, The Gift of Prophecy in the New Testament and Today, and The First Epistle of Peter (TNTC) and Business for the Glory of God. He has also co-edited Recovering Biblical Manhood and Womanhood: A Response to Evangelical Feminism and edited Are Miraculous Gifts for Today? Four Views.

The Concise Dictionary of Christian Theology, rev. ed.

  • Author: Millard J. Erickson
  • Publisher: Crossway
  • Publication Date: 2001
  • Pages: 222

 

The second edition of this theologian’s companion seeks to bring the original dictionary up to date by supplementing it with pertinent ideas and persons from the past 15 years. The emphasis remains, though, upon the historical figures and movements of the first 19 centuries of the Christian era. The clear, succinct definitions of this must-have resource provide every student of theology—whether a beginner or seasoned learner—with the groundwork they’ll need in their quest for understanding.

The Concise Dictionary of Christian Theology is a useful companion for any student of theology. Asking questions about theological matters is a very good thing. Getting to know the correct answers to those questions is even better. It was with this goal in mind that Millard J. Erickson wrote The Concise Dictionary of Christian Theology. Each theological topic is allotted one paragraph, which gives the meaning of the word and often includes where that specific word, concept, or person can be found in scripture. This resource also features basic information on influential theologians.

 

Millard Erickson is Distinguished Professor of Theology at Western Seminary in Portland, OR. He has authored several critically acclaimed volumes on theology. He earned a BA at University of Minnesota, BD at Northern Baptist Seminary, an MA at the University of Chicago, and a PhD at Northwestern University.

Continuity and Discontinuity

  • Editor: John S. Feinberg
  • Publisher: Crossway
  • Publication Date: 1988
  • Pages: 410

 

In Continuity and Discontinuity, thirteen noted evangelical theologians discuss, fairly and clearly, the continuity/discontinuity debate in regard to six basic categories: theological systems, hermeneutics, salvation, the Law of God, the people of God, and kingdom promises. Covering much more than the differences between Covenant Theology and Dispensationalism, this work of distinguished evangelical scholarship will fuel much profitable study and discussion.

Evangelicals agree that the Bible is God's inerrant word. But we sometimes differ on how to relate the messages of the Old and New Testaments. Without a basic understanding of this crucial matter, it is difficult to know how to use the Testaments to formulate either doctrine or practice.

For example: Was Israel the OT Church—are OT promises to God's national people fulfilled in the church today? Or, is Mosaic Law binding on believers now—are twentieth-century Christians to obey the Ten Commandments, including Sabbath observance?

Leading theological minds tackle these and other issues in this stimulating work. Designed as a dialogue, the volume’s contributors present their respective ideas in contrast to the views of members writing from differing theological camps. Essays include “The Law of Moses and the Law of Christ” paired with “The Law of Moses or the Law of Christ” in the section “The Law and the Testaments,” and “Israel and the Church: A Case for Continuity” paired with “Israel and the Church: A Case for Discontinuity” in the section “The People of God and the Testaments.” Thoughtful and engaging, Continuity and Discontinuity should rouse the attention of all those interested in contemporary evangelical theology.

 

This stimulating dialogue between Reformed and dispensational theologians is must reading for those seeking an up-to-date understanding of the distinguishing features of the two major theological systems that occupy evangelical Christianity.

—Gary L. Nebeker, Journal of the Grace Evangelical Society

John S. Feinberg is Professor of Biblical and Systematic Theology and Chairman of that department at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. He is the author of several books, including Ethics for a Brave New World (with Paul D. Feinberg) and The Many Faces of Evil, and is general editor of the Foundations of Evangelical Theology series.

The Cross and Salvation: The Doctrine of Salvation

  • Author: Bruce Demarest
  • Series: Foundations of Evangelical Theology
  • Publisher: Crossway
  • Publication Date: 1997
  • Pages: 544

Bruce Demarest has made plain God’s glorious plan of salvation, his provision for the human dilemma through Christ’s work on the cross, and the application of saving grace to unbelievers. Demarest’s unique approach defines each topic, identifies its most pressing issues, examines the ways in which the doctrine has been understood historically, and interprets the Bible’s revelation. The result is a clear and carefully constructed doctrinal statement that you can defend, live out, and communicate to others.

With America’s confidence in the Bible at an all-time low and the strength of her spiritual convictions waning, it is essential for Christians—especially Christian leaders—to be well-grounded in biblical theology, and to have a clear and comprehensive understanding of the key doctrines of evangelicalism.

In response, professor and award-winning author Bruce Demarest has made plain God’s glorious plan of salvation, his provision for the human dilemma through Christ’s work on the cross, and the application of saving grace to unbelievers. Demarest’s unique approach defines each topic, identifies its most pressing issues, examines the ways in which the doctrine has been understood historically, and interprets the Bible’s revelation. The result is a clear and carefully constructed doctrinal statement that you can defend, live out, and communicate to others.

This singular, comprehensive treatment of one of Christianity’s essential doctrines gives definitive, Bible-based answers about salvation and the cross—and about related theological issues such as grace and regeneration. It’s perfect for clarifying your theology and gaining deep understanding of this foundational theme.

A very good book about that most distinctive and vital Christian doctrine: salvation in Christ.… I can imagine more than one teacher (myself included) considering the construction of an entire course around this book.… Moreover, Demarest’s competence in several disciplines means the work would stretch even advanced students into that integration of biblical foundations, theology (including theology in its historical dimensions), and personal/ministry application for which we all surely long.

—Bob Robinson, Biblioteca Sacra

A valuable contribution to the evangelical theological community. Lucid and readable, Demarest’s work is an encyclopedic approach to the subject, which results in a good sourcebook on the major options in the hotly contested doctrines of soteriology. Demarest’s treatment of such issues as lordship salvation, the nature of repentance, and various views of sanctification indicate his familiarity with the various options. Although no reader will agree with every theological position Demarest adopts, his explanations of views with which he disagrees seem fair…. It would make an excellent textbook for seminary or graduate courses in soteriology and a helpful addition to any pastor’s library.

—Glenn R. Kreider, Journal of Evangelical Theological Society

Bruce Demarest recieved a BS from Wheaton College, an MS from Adelphi University, and MA from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, and a PhD from the University of Manchester, England under the world renouned Professor F. F. Bruce. After teaching at Titcombe College in Nigeria and involvement in other minsitry service in Africa, Demarest joined the faculty at Denver Seminary in 1975.

Ethics for a Brave New World

  • Authors: Paul D. Feinberg and John S. Feinberg
  • Publisher: Crossway
  • Publication Date: 1996
  • Pages: 480

"So much is changing today in regard to the control of life and death and the understanding of human sexuality, some may think it impossible to address these topics from a Christian perspective. We strongly disagree. Scripture sets forth enough principles that it is possible to evaluate contemporary practices in light of biblical teaching. Moreover, it is not only possible to address these matters biblically—it is mandatory to do so. As Christians we must speak to these topics." Two respected theological spokesmen present here a carefully reasoned, thoroughly biblical discussion of basic ethical issues confronting church and society. An invaluable resource for all who desire to become better prepared to face and resolve the moral dilemmas of our day.

John S. Feinberg is Professor of Biblical and Systematic Theology and Chairman of that department at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. He is the author of several books, including Ethics for a Brave New World (with Paul D. Feinberg) and The Many Faces of Evil, and is general editor of the Foundations of Evangelical Theology series.

Paul D. Feinberg received his ThD from Dallas Theological Seminary and was professor of biblical and systematic theology at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School.

No One Like Him: The Doctrine of God

  • Author: John S. Feinberg
  • Series: Foundations of Evangelical Theology
  • Publisher: Crossway
  • Publication Date: 2001
  • Pages: 879

Many contemporary theologians claim that the classical picture of God painted by Augustine and Aquinas is both outmoded and unbiblical. But rather than abandoning the traditional view completely, John Feinberg seeks a reconstructed model—one that reflects the ongoing advances in human understanding of God's revelation while recognizing the unchanging nature of God and His Word. Feinberg begins by exploring the contemporary concepts of God, particularly the openness and process views, and then studies God's being, nature, and acts—all to articulate a mediating understanding of God not just as the King, but the King who cares!

John S. Feinberg is Professor of Biblical and Systematic Theology and Chairman of that department at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. He is the author of several books, including Ethics for a Brave New World (with Paul D. Feinberg) and The Many Faces of Evil, and is general editor of the Foundations of Evangelical Theology series.

The Sign

  • Author: Robert Van Kampen
  • Publisher: Crossway
  • Publication Date: 2000
  • Pages: 536

Based on the conviction that biblical prophecy will be literally fulfilled, The Sign powerfully presents the Bible’s teachings concerning the Antichrist’s identification and how he will control the world, the sign of the end of the age, the signal of Christ’s return, and the church and the Great Tribulation. This revised edition of the concise, sequential overview of the End Times has an urgent message for every Christian.

Can we know when the end of the age will occur, or even what will happen when it comes? In those days will the church experience a time of terrible persecution at the hands of a very real Antichrist? These questions have profound implications for every person alive—for those who know Christ as Savior and those who don't.

Robert Van Kampen is a successful businessman who has co-founded two missions agencies and two churches, as well as The Scriptorium, which has as its sole purpose the scholastic defense of the authenticity, accuracy, and authority of God's Word.

Product Details

  • Title: Crossway Theology Collection
  • Publisher: Crossway
  • Volumes: 8
  • Pages: 3,557