In this dictionary, you will explore the great doctrines of the Christian faith and find what the Bible teaches on the issues that are important to all Christians. It is an excellent resource for Christians at all levels of study. Pastors will find it a compact and dependable source of help for pulpit preparation, students will discover a wealth of information about theological terms and movements, Sunday school teachers will benefit from insights that give substance to their lessons, and everyone who loves the great doctrines of the faith will find the Dictionary of Theological Terms a constant source of instruction and enjoyment.
The third edition is revised from the second edition with almost one hundred new terms and expanded definitions of many of the other terms. And with the Logos edition, all Scripture references are linked to your preferred translation and topics can be searched instantly with the click of a mouse!
Alan G. Cairns (August 12, 1940 – November 5, 2020) was a Bible teacher, retired pastor, and author. A native of Belfast, Northern Ireland, he was converted to Christianity through The Salvation Army. He joined the nascent Free Presbyterian Church of Ulster as a teenager. After working for an insurance brokerage in Belfast for two years, he was called to the ministry and attended the Theological Hall of his denomination. Cairns became pastor of Free Presbyterian churches in Dunmurry and then Ballymoney.