Strong Augustus – Systematic Theology
Gleanings in the Godhead
by Arthur Pink
Pinks work, Gleanings in the Godhead is about the Attributes of God. He looks at 45 elements he sees in the Godhead. Note that Pink is both Baptist and reformed.
|Date:||September 25, 2017|
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|Date:||April 2, 2015|
Systematic Theology Volume 1-3
By Charles Hodge
In this 19 chapter work, Hodge (Presbyterian) presents use with chapters on the Method of Theology, Theology, Rationalism. Mysticism, the Roman Catholic Rule of Faith, Protestant Rule of Faith, Theology Proper, Origin of the idea of God, Theism, Anti-Theistic Theories, the Knowledge of God, the Nature and Attributes of God, the Trinity, the Divinity of Christ, the Holy Spirit, the Decrees of God, Creation, Providence, miracles, and Angels.
|Date:||April 29, 2018|
Abstract of Systematic Theology By James Petigru Boyce
James Petigru Boyce
Abstract of Systematic Theology contains forty-two essays ranging in topic from the doctrines of God, the Trinity, and humanity, to creation, providence, and justification. Boyce also wrote extensively on the issues of election, atonement, and the immortality of the soul. Boyce’s theology was heavily influenced by Charles Hodge, and he used Hodge’s Systematic Theology text at the Southern Baptist Seminary.
The essays found in Abstract of Systematic Theology were originally intended to supplement the content of Boyce’s systematic theology classes at the seminary from 1859–1888. Boyce compiled and completed Abstract: “it is no mere logic chopping treatise but is vibrant with an experimental faith centered in Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior… .” Published in 1887.
Outline of Theology
Outlines of Theology
By AA Hodge
A.A. Hodge, son of Charles Hodge, first issued this, his best-known work, in 1860- following three years’ missionary work in India and eleven in American pastorates. Enlarged and revised, it was reprinted in its final form in 1878 when the younger Hodge had reached his full maturity and entered upon his eight memorable years’ teaching at Princeton. As a masterful condensation, not only of what had been taught at Princeton Seminary for more than sixty years but of the doctrinal positions of historic Christianity itself, the Outlinesearned for the author the description given him by Dr. Shedd, ‘the populariser of scientific theology’. ‘It will be difficult’, wrote another contemporary, ‘to find a work of the same size where so much theology is so clearly presented, and at once so briefly and so interestingly discussed’. Yet A.A. Hodge was more than an able condenser, he was himself one of the great theologians of the world, possessed- as W.M. Paxton declared at his death-of some of the sublimities of genius, ‘the mighty elements of great thinking’.
Speaking of his aim as a teacher of theology, the author once wrote, ‘I would pray and labour that in gaining breadth we may not lose height, and in gaining peace and love we may not lose purity and truth’. Book Outlines of Theology.