Stevenson Studies in Systematic Theology

Studies in Systematic Theology

by John Stevenson




Summary of Stevenson Studies in Systematic Theology

Stevenson Studies in Systematic Theology is a 40 chapter systematic theology by Stevenson (Reformed).

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Evaluation by David Cox

Stevenson is a Reformed theologian. This work is a nice sized theology work, not excessively long and detailed, and yet at the same time, not  skimpy.

I would warn against Calvinism and Reformed theology, but in general I would recommend this work.

Chapter Content of Stevenson Studies in Systematic Theology

A THEOLOGY OF SCRIPTURE

Has God Spoken? The Doctrine of Revelation
Who Wrote the Bible? The Doctrine of Inspiration
Are the Right Books in the Bible? The Doctrine of Canonicity
Has the Bible Been Changed? The Doctrine of Textual Criticism
In Search of Anceint Manuscripts. The Tools of Textual Criticism
With Men of Other Tongues. The Process of Translation
What does the Bible Say About Itself? The Bible on the Bible

THEOLOGY PROPER – THE STUDY OF GOD

Knowing God – The Ultimate Calling
Is Anybody Up There? – The Question of the Existence of God
God’s Calling Card – The Names of God
What is God Like? – The Nature and Attributes of God
Is there One God or Three? – The Triune God
Predestination – Part 1: The Plan of God
Predestination – Part 2: Predestination and Election in Salvation
Predestination – Part 3: The Justice of God’s Election
Angels: The Messengers of God
Anthropology: The Study of Man

CHRISTOLOGY – THE STUDY OF JESUS THE MESSIAH

Jesus the Messiah – Prophecies of the Christ
Who is Jesus? – Names and Titles for Christ
God In Flesh Appearing – Understanding the Incarnation

SOTERIOLOGY – THE STUDY OF SALVATION

The Atonement – What Christ Accomplished
Soteriology – The Doctrine of Salvation
Propitiation – The Work that Satisfies
Redemption – How we have been made Free
Justification – Our Righteous Standing
Regeneration – The Doctrine of the New Birth
Lordship Salvation – The Importance of a Faith that Works
How or When is a Person Truly Saved? – Article by Pat Deedigan, used by Permission
Eternal Security A short study of the question of Eternal Security
Eternal Security and Reformed Theology – A Chart contrasting the positions of Eternal Security with Reformed Theology
Ecclesiology – The Study of the Church
Theonomy – The proper use of the Law today
The Sabbath – Saturday or Sunday as a Day of Worship?
Eschatological Views – A brief survey of the various views of Future Prophecy

Stevenson Studies in Systematic Theology