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Baier, J. – Compendium of Positive Theology

Compendium of Positive Theology

by Johann Wilhelm Baier (1647-1695)
(1877)

Edited by C. F. W. Walther, St. Louis, Concordia Publishing House, 1877 (Abridged).

The Baier/Walther Compendium served as the systematic theology textbook for the first few generations of Lutheran Church — Missouri Synod pastors. Written in Latin, it is a revised edition of a classic work by the Seventeenth Century Lutheran dogmatian Johannes Baier. This edition contains an english translation of the theses at the head of each chapter. Later editions will offer the full text of the work. Continue reading

Alleine, J. – Alarm to the Unconverted

Alarm to the Unconverted

Alarm to the Unconverted
by Joseph Alleine, 1671

Alarm to the Unconverted is an old work about conversion and the unconverted. It is a good clear short treatment of what conversion “looks like”, as well as what the unconverted “looks like”. Continue reading

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Boyce, J.P. – Abstract of Systematic Theology

Abstract of Systematic Theology

Abstract of Systematic Theology
By James Petigru Boyce

Abstract of Systematic Theology contains forty-two essays ranging in topic from the doctrines of God, the Trinity, and humanity, to creation, providence, and justification. Boyce also wrote extensively on the issues of election, atonement, and the immortality of the soul. Boyce’s theology was heavily influenced by Charles Hodge, and he used Hodge’s Systematic Theology text at the Southern Baptist Seminary. The essays found in Abstract of Systematic Theology were originally intended to supplement the content of Boyce’s systematic theology classes at the seminary from 1859–1888. Boyce compiled and completed Abstract: “it is no mere logic chopping treatise but is vibrant with an experimental faith centered in Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior… .” Published in 1887.

Author Biography: wikipedia.org:Boyce Continue reading

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