Historical, biblical, systematic, and practical—Integrative Theology helps students in a pluralistic world utilize a standard method of fruitful research. Originally a three volume set, this resource combines all three volumes, unabridged, into one. Each chapter covers a major doctrine, stating a classic issue of ultimate concern, surveying alternative past and present answers, and testing those proposals against the Bible. From here, each chapter formulates a doctrinal conclusion that consistently fits the many lines of biblical data, defends that conviction, and explores the conclusion’s relevance to spiritual growth and service to others.
In short, Integrative Theology weaves together the disciplines of historical, biblical, systematic, apologetic, and practical theology—all for the glory of God.
Integrative Theology is one of the most biblically reliable and faithful presentations of Christian theology from an evangelical perspective. . . . An absolutely unique contribution to evangelical systematic theology.
—Sung Wook Chung, professor of theology, Denver Seminary
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Gordon R. Lewis is senior professor of Christian philosophy and theology at Denver Seminary. Lewis has served as president of the Evangelical Theological Society and the Evangelical Philosophical Society. He founded Evangelical Ministries to New Religions. He is the author of Decide for Yourself: A Theological Workbook, Confronting the Cults, Judge for Yourself, Testing Christianity’s Truth Claims and, with Bruce Demarest, Challenges to Inerrancy, and the three-volume Integrative Theology.
Bruce A. Demarest was educated at Wheaton College and Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. A professor at Denver Seminary, he is the author of more than a dozen books, including Dictionary of Everyday Theology and Culture and The Cross and Salvation: The Doctrine of Salvation. He is also the editor of Four Views on Christian Spirituality in the Zondervan Counterpoints series.