Understanding Theology (3 vols.) finds its origins in Westminster Chapel, London's extremely successful School of Theology. R. T. Kendall's notes from lectures given on those Friday evening classes form the basis for this three-volume collection. The Understanding Theology (3 vols.) has been so popular, in fact, that volume 1 has been re-printed every year since it was first published in 1996. Kendall's conviction that all Christians should have an understanding of basic doctrine is represented in this collection. In keeping with the motto of Westminster Chapel's School of Theology, "theology put simply," Understanding Theology (3 vols.) is written in outline form, condensing what should be a many-volume work into three important works of theology.
Every chapter of Understanding Theology (3 vols.) is designed to lay the groundwork for a well-rounded understanding of important biblical doctrines. Whether you use these volumes as an impetus for personal study and edification, for sermon or Bible study preparation, or to bolster an already growing theology collection, Understanding Theology (3 vols.) is destined to become a much used reference in your digital library.
With the Logos Bible Software edition of the Understanding Theology (3 vols.), all Scripture passages are tagged to original language texts and English Bible translations. With the advanced search features of Logos Bible Software, you can perform powerful searches by topic or Scripture reference. That makes your theology books easier to access than ever before for scholarly work or personal study.
R. T. Kendall was born in the U.S.A but ministered for over twenty years at Westminster Chapel, London as a successor to Martyn Lloyd Jones. A prolific author and much-loved conference speaker, he has a great gift in helping people understand that biblical passages are relevant for today. Now retired, he has an extensive itinerant teaching ministry and lives in Hendersonville, Tennessee.