Charles C. Ryrie is one of the most influential theologians of the 20th century, and his influence is not limited to North America. By virtue of the students he has taught, and the books he has written (which have been translated into over 20 languages), his impact has been global. This book investigates the life and writings of Charles C. Ryrie. It examines the formative years of Ryrie's childhood, his education, and the influential figures in his life. It surveys the important roles in which Ryrie functioned: as a tenured professor, prolific writer, bold pioneer, ardent apologist, and ordained minister. Finally, it concludes by describing the hermeneutic he used, and the theological method he employed, resulting in the theological system for which he is famous (dispensationalism).
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About the Author
Paul D. Weaver, originally hailing from Columbus, IN is the Director as well as a Professor of Bible and Theology at the Word of Life Bible Institute in Tóalmás, Hungary. He is a graduate of Appalachian Bible College (B.A., Theology), Dallas Theological Seminary (Th.M., Bible Exposition) and is currently working on his doctorate at Baptist Bible Seminary (Ph.D., Biblical Studies). Prior to becoming the Director, he served 4 years as the Academic Dean. He has taught Bible and Theology for 12 years. He has contributed articles to the "Popular Encyclopedia of Church History" as well as "The Journal of Ministry and Theology." He is the author of "Introducing the Old Testament Books," "Introducing the New Testament Books," and is presently editor for an upcoming book in the same series: "Surveying the New Testament Books," which is to be released in 2016. Paul is passionate about providing high quality Bible study resources at an affordable price.