Item description for Systematic Theology (4 vols.) by Norman L. Geisler & Norman Geisler...
Overview A culmination of decades of study, teaching, and research. This is truly a systematic theology for the twenty-first century.
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Studio: Bethany House
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 16" Width: 11.5" Height: 5" Weight: 11.8 lbs.
Release Date Sep 1, 2005
Publisher Bethany House
ISBN 0764280732 ISBN13 9780764280733
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More About Norman L. Geisler & Norman Geisler
Dr. Norman Geisler, PhD, is a prolific author, veteran professor, speaker, lecturer, traveler, philosopher, apologist, evangelist, and theologian. To those who ask, "Who is Norm Geisler?" some have suggested, "Well, imagine a cross between Thomas Aquinas and Billy Graham and you're not too far off."
Norm has authored/coauthored over 80 books and hundreds of articles. He has taught theology, philosophy, and apologetics on the college or graduate level for over 50 years. He has served as a professor at some of the finest Seminaries in the United States, including Trinity Evangelical Seminary, Dallas Seminary, and Southern Evangelical Seminary. He now lends his talents to Veritas Evangelical Seminary in Murrieta, California, as the Distinguished Professor of Apologetics.
Norman has been married for 57 years (as of 2013) to wife Barbara Jean, graduate of Fort Wayne Bible College (Taylor University)
Dr. and Mrs. Geisler have six children, fifteen grandchildren, and three great grandchildren
SPANISH BIO: Norman Geisler (PhD, Loyola University) es presidente del Seminario Evangelico del Sur y autor de mas de cincuenta libros, entre los que se destacan Decide For Yourself, Baker Encyclopedia of Christian Apologetics y When Skeptics Ask. Fue tambien coeditor de Is Your Church Ready? Un libro asociado a Quien creo a Dios?
Norman L. Geisler currently resides in Weddington, in the state of North Carolina.
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Geisler's Complete Four double-volume Masterpiece! Outstanding. Sep 18, 2008
Geisler's complete masterpiece! Volume 1 covers Polegommena; the existence of God; truth's inevitability; divine revelation; and Scripture's origin and inspiration. Volume 2 addresses Theology Proper; God's attributes; Angelology; Creation; Transcendance; and His working in history. Volume 3 examines sin; the affects of sin; depravity's extent; its defeat by Christ; Faith; Salvation; Salvation history, and the assurance of heaven. Volume 4 studies church history and administration of man; the return of Christ; eschatology and end-times theories. 2624 pages total, four hardcover double-volumes.
Norman Geisler seems to be a very polarizing influence as of late. Some claim he is a hyper-calvinist, and thus should not be taken seriously. Some claim he is Arminian or worse, and should not be listened to. If you read his writings you will see he is neither (which is why neither side of that question really likes him!). He is a Moderate Calvinist, if we must use labels. But, if we do, we miss the value of his writing.
Geisler is Thomistic Philosopher and very orthodox in his views. He is a Biblicist in his thought, which is why he is ao challenging. And he thinks each position through deeply, and this is why you will not see him taking the simple road (to please either Calvinists or Arminians).
Why read Geisler? Do it NOT because you will agree with everything he says. I know I don't. But I agree with about 90% of it... and I don't believe 90% of what I say, so that is pretty good. :) Seriously, read geisler to MAKE YOU THINK and to MAKE YOU BE ABLE TO THINK CLEARLY about your positions. Hey, perhaps you will change one or two. But whether you do or you don't, you will be glad he stretched your thinking so you could better articulate your thoughts.
Case: This evening in AWANA's, our group commander got a question from a 6th grader about Christian humbleness and meakness and war. Brilliant question from this child. Our teacher couldn't really answer this with any ability. NOW: Do we really think our world is NOT asking these questions? Of course they are. A 6th grade boy is, so are Jr High's, and so are High Schoolers, and so are College kids...
Point: when we can't handle these everyday questions, no wonder we lose the battle for these young lad's and lass's mind. This is why we need to read books like this: Systematic Theology from a man that doesn't talk in just "theological abstraction" but in real terms that answer real questions.