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A Biblical Theology of the Doctrines of Sovereign Grace: Exegetical Considerations of Key Anthropological, Hamartiological, and Soteriological Terms and Motifs
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A Biblical Theology of the Doctrines of Sovereign Grace: Exegetical Considerations of Key Anthropological, Hamartiological, and Soteriological Terms and Motifs

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Wipf & Stock 2005

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Overview

In A Biblical Theology of the Doctrines of Sovereign Grace, author and linguist George J. Zemek presents readers a thorough and biblical view of the doctrines of man, sin, and salvation—as well as other important terms and tenets of faith—in light of biblical anthropology, hamartiology, and soteriology. Zemek analyzes various topics in their original Hebrew and Greek, giving readers a comprehensive and exegetical understanding of these doctrinally important concepts. This volume includes 11 appendixes.

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Key Features

  • Investigates various exegetical issues from different standpoints
  • Features extensive appendixes on a wide range of topics

Contents

  • Part I: Biblical Anthropology
    • Biblical Anthropology: The Terminology of It
      • Old Testament Terminology
        • Words for “Man”
        • Aspects of Man
      • New Testament Terminology
        • Words for “Man”
        • Aspects of Man
    • Biblical Anthropology: The Theology of It
      • Synthesis: The Norm
      • Separation: The Exception
  • Part II: Biblical Hamartiology
    • Biblical Hamartiology: The Terminology of It
      • Old Testament Terminology
      • New Testament Terminology
    • Biblical Hamartiology: The Theology of It
      • The Fall and Original Sin
      • Total Depravity and Total Inability
  • Part III: Biblical Soteriology
    • Biblical Soteriology
      • The Divine Motive
      • The Divine Grounds
      • The Divine Plan and Process
    • Biblical Sanctification
      • The Basic Terminology of Sanctification
      • A Basic Theology of Sanctification
      • A Brief Survey of the Phases or Stages of Sanctification
      • Some Specific Topics and/or Tensions Pertaining to Sanctification

Product Details

  • Title: A Biblical Theology of the Doctrines of Sovereign Grace: Exegetical Considerations of Key Anthropological, Hamartiological, and Soteriological Terms and Motifs
  • Author: George J. Zemek
  • Publisher: Wipf and Stock
  • Publication Date: 2005
  • Pages: 296

About George J. Zemek

George J. Zemek received his doctorate of theology at Grace Theological Seminary in Winona Lake, Indiana. He began his teaching career at Grace College in the Greek department from 1975 to 1977. During that period he also served as a part-time instructor in the Homiletics department of the seminary. From 1977 to 1988, he was a full-time professor of biblical languages, theology, and apologetics, serving also as the seminary’s director of doctoral studies from 1985 to 1988. Beginning in 1988, he taught for six years at The Master’s Seminary in Sun Valley, California. Zemek then became the founding pastor-teacher and professor, respectively, of Grace Bible Church and Training Center in Brandon, Florida. Since 2000 he has served as the director of The Ministry Training Center at The Bible Church of Little Rock in Arkansas.