Features singular, comprehensive discussion and analysis of key evangelical doctrinesincluding the doctrine of salvation, sin, the Holy Spirit, man, and the person and work of Christ.
About the Author
Bruce Demarest (PhD, University of Manchester) is professor of spiritual formation at Denver Seminary, where he has taught since 1975, and a member of the Evangelical Theological Society, Theological Thinkers and Cultural Group, and Spiritual Formation Forum.
John S. Feinberg (PhD, University of Chicago) is department chair and professor of biblical and systematic theology at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. He is the author of Ethics for a Brave New World (with Paul D. Feinberg) and is general editor of Crossway’s Foundations of Evangelical Theology series.
What People are Saying About This
"A very good book about that most distinctive and vital Christian doctrine: salvation in Christ. . . . I can imagine more than one teacher (myself included) considering the construction of an entire course around this book. . . . Moreover, Demarest's competence in several disciplines means the work would stretch even advanced students into that integration of biblical foundations, theology (including theology in its historical dimensions), and personal/ministry application for which we all surely long."
—Bob Robinson, Contributor, Bibliotheca Sacra
"A valuable contribution to the evangelical theological community. Lucid and readable, Demarest's work is an encyclopedic approach to the subject, which results in a good sourcebook on the major options in the hotly contested doctrines of soteriology. Demarest's treatment of such issues as lordship salvation, the nature of repentance, and various views of sanctification indicate his familiarity with the various options. Although no reader will agree with every theological position Demarest adopts, his explanations of views with which he disagrees seem fair. . . . It would make an excellent textbook for seminary or graduate courses in soteriology and a helpful addition to any pastor's library."
—Glenn Kreider, Professor of Theological Studies, Dallas Theological Seminary; Contributor, Bibliotheca Sacra
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This book explores every possible detail or question regarding salvation. It also provides viewpoints from various Christian traditions such as Catholic, Arminian, etc. throughout history. This volume is very comprehensive. I give this book three stars due to its density which does not make me inclined to read it again.