Rolland McCune‘s A Systematic Theology of Biblical Christianity (3 vols.) is a must-read for those desiring to go beyond the basics of biblical doctrine. His dedication to study and the desire to communicate biblical truth are evident in his writing. Because it is important to consult an assortment of systematic theologies to discover how others come to their conclusion of God’s revealed truth, this multi-volume systematic theology is worth adding to one’s library.
In his Systematic Theology, McCune brings a strong emphasis on the scriptural basis for each doctrine and teaching. These books are very engaging and understandable. Even complex doctrines are written in a way that is clear and concise for any reader. Important to both students and current pastors, this informative collection will bring a fresh perspective on systematic theologies that have been debated for years. With the Logos Bible Software edition, searching by topic or Scripture references will further help your understanding—comparing, for example, the systematic theologies of other authors and theologians.
This is the systematic theology set for which many of us—especially those of us who had the privilege of studying under Dr. Rolland McCune—have been waiting. Rolland McCune is one of the clearest thinkers in the theological world today, and in this set he systematically combines the interpretations of Scripture that many of us have wished to find in a single theology set. Highlights include a presuppositional apologetic, a single source (Scripture) as the only rule for theology, cessationism [sic] of the miraculous gifts, pretribulational premillennialism in eschatology, a dispensational structure of God’s progressive revelation, recent creationism, and a Calvinist soteriology. In addition, McCune has gained a comprehensive knowledge of evangelical theological works in his lifetime, and hundreds of footnotes saturate the pages of this work. It is highly recommended.
—Larry Pettegrew, Vice President of Theology, Shepherds Theological Seminary
Rolland McCune’s Systematic Theology of Biblical Christianity is written for pastors and preachers by a theologian with a heart for pastors. Concise yet thorough, academic yet pastoral, simple yet profound, Dr. McCune has managed to provide a much needed theological resource that will be of immense value to both pastors and academicians. His balanced, biblical approach is refreshing. Careful scholarship and thorough research are evident on every page. This will be a tool that serious students of the Bible will find themselves turning to again and again.
—Sam Horn, Vice-President for Ministerial Training and Graduate Studies, Northland Baptist Bible College
Logos Bible Software is pleased to introduce the first volume of A Systematic Theology of Biblical Christianity by Dr. Rolland McCune. This series represents the culmination of decades of study and teaching theology. It will be of great value to pastors, educators, missions leaders, ministerial students, and other leaders in the local church. This first volume provides an excellent introduction to systematic theology, defining the discipline and giving some history. The remainder of volume one covers the doctrine of Scripture (with a section on the dispensations), the doctrine of God (existence, self-revelation, personality, attributes, unity and tri-unity, and universe), and the doctrine of angels.
Logos Bible Software is proud to release the second volume of A Systematic Theology of Biblical Christianity by Dr. Rolland McCune. This series represents the culmination of decades of study and teaching theology. It will be of great value to pastors, educators, missions leaders, ministerial students, and other leaders in the local church. This volume includes the doctrines of man, sin, Christ, and the Holy Spirit.
Logos Bible Software is excited to bring you the third volume of A Systematic Theology of Biblical Christianity by Dr. Rolland McCune. This series represents the culmination of decades of study and teaching theology. It will be of great value to pastors, educators, missions leaders, ministerial students, and other leaders in the local church. This volume includes the doctrines of salvation, the Church, and last things.
Dr. Rolland D. McCune is Professor of Systematic Theology at the Detroit Baptist Theological Seminary in Allen Park, Michigan, having previously been the President of the Seminary for ten years and Dean of the Faculty for six years. He was born and raised near Berne, Indiana. He earned the Bachelor of Arts degree at Taylor University, Fort Wayne Campus (Indiana), and the Bachelor of Divinity, Master of Theology, and Doctor of Theology degrees at Grace Theological Seminary in Winona Lake, Indiana. He has made six trips to the Middle East, visiting such countries of the Bible as Italy, Turkey, Greece, Jordan, Israel, and Egypt. Twice he participated in the Bible Geography Seminar at the Institute of Holy Land Studies in Jerusalem. He was ordained to the ministry by the First Baptist Church of Warsaw, Indiana.
Dr. McCune pastored churches in Missouri, and Indiana, and has had numerous interim pastorates in Indiana, Minnesota, and Michigan. For fourteen years he was on the faculty of the Central Baptist Theological Seminary of Minneapolis, serving in the capacities of Professor, Registrar, and Dean. He at one time served on the Board of Trustees of The Minnesota Baptist Association and on the faculty of the Indiana Baptist College in Indianapolis. In 1977 he was chosen by his college alma mater for honorary membership in the Delta Epsilon Chi, the honor society of the American Association of Bible Colleges. In 1986 he was conferred with an honorary Doctor of Divinity Degree by Pillsbury Baptist Bible College, Owatonna, Minnesota. He began his ministry in Allen Park in 1981.
Dr. McCune has written numerous articles and extensive course syllabi in Systematic Theology, New Evangelicalism, History of Israel, Basic Bible Doctrine, and Dispensationalism, as well as authored a teacher's handbook on the Book of Daniel. Promise Unfulfilled: The Failed Strategy of Modern Evangelicalism was published by Ambassador-Emerald in 2004.
Dr. Wayne M. Weiler