Item description for Our Legacy: The History of Christian Doctrine by John D. Hannah...
Overview 1. Introduction: Historical Christian Doctrine In The New Century 2. Authority: Where To Go For Truth 3. The Trinity: God as Three-in-One 4. The Person Of Christ: Meet The God-Man 5. The Work Of Christ: What The Cross Means For Us 6. Salvation: A Story Of Sin And Grace 7. The Church: God's Gathered Community 8. The End Times: Fulfillment Of Our Blessed Hope 9. Conclusion: What's Important 416 Pages
Publishers Description What you believe does matter. This exploration and explanation of the essential truths of the Christian faith will help determine how you will live out your faith every day. As you explore the truths in this book, discover that theology is not just a collection of information about God--it is a rich legacy. It is your legacy. - Indexed for easy reference.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 1" Width: 6.25" Height: 9.5" Weight: 1.5 lbs.
Release Date Jul 1, 2001
Publisher NAV PRESS #111
ISBN 1576832643 ISBN13 9781576832646
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More About John D. Hannah
With four children and nine grandchildren, Donna Vander Griend has long experienced the inherent joy and unpredictability found in youth. She is an author, trainer, and teacher who enjoys connecting with people of all ages. Donna and her husband of forty-three years, Orville, reside in Bellingham, Washington.
John D. Hannah currently resides in Dallas, in the state of Texas.
John D. Hannah has published or released items in the following series...
Basics of the Reformed Faith
Focus on the Bible
Kregel Pictorial Guide Series the Kregel Pictorial Guide
Reviews - What do customers think about Our Legacy: The History of Christian Doctrine?
Good Reading Dec 24, 2007
It is a good book. Easy reading of the History of the Doctrines through out the churches in simple explanation.
Did not get it yet... Jan 9, 2007
I still have't got this item I've purchased 2 mnths ago. can you help me Bojan Dragicevic
Dogma, Theology, Christian Doctrine Nov 11, 2006
Our Legacy- The History of Christian doctrine written by John D. Hannah is a comparison and contrast of different trains of thought. What is the meaning of God's word, who God is, and the will of God. The presentation of the development of Christian thought through the last two thousand years is clear and respectful to the authors contrary views. Different aspects of Christian theology are developed through the presentations of the differing views. One learns why Roman Catholic thought and evangelical protestantism differ greatly. To a lesser extent Greek Orthodox. Reading this book an evangelical and Catholic will develop an understanding about modern liberal theology. The modernist perspective is a relative small part of this work when covering the 1750 to 1900 time period.(Albert Schweitzer, Friedrich Schleirmacher,Charles Finney),All in clear presentation. John Hannah developed differing perspectives about the Authority about the bible, The Trinity, The person, of Christ, The work of Christ, Salvation, The Church, and End Times. The book covers six time periods of thought and seven subjects, so all perspectives are kept to a couple page. A great read, a great starting point to understand theology.
Awesome! Mar 19, 2005
This is a must have for any student of the Bible. Hannah brilliantly summarizes church history and organizes his book around key doctrines. It is interesting, fresh, conservative and extremely helpful for spiritual growth. When one realizes most of the issues that Christians wrestle with today have already been dealt with, one wants to learn from history, so as not to repeat it again. Thanks Dr. Hannah!