With the overwhelming response to volumes 1 and 2 of Understanding Theology, R. T. Kendall and Christian Focus Publications published the last of Kendall's outlines from classes taught at the Westminster School of Theology. One could argue the the Understanding Theology collection represents a new genre of theological literature due to its unique means of communicating truths from the Scriptures. Like the volumes before it, Understanding Theology, Volume 3 is not a textbook, but a handbook of practical theology.
“The more we know God’s revealed will, the easier it is to know his secret will.” (Page 228)
“Recall the saying: ‘If I give my son a watch I don’t expect him to keep asking me the time” (Page 249)
“Believing without seeing, that is, without evidence.” (Page 100)
“It is wrong for us to enquire of his secret will when we show contempt for what he has clearly revealed to us.” (Page 249)
“(2) Achieving faith achieves: not only a reward in Heaven but the witness” (Page 129)
R. T. Kendall is a man of deep commitment to the Bible and wants others to know it, love it and understand it.