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Bethany House Systematic Theology, Volume 3: Sin, Salvation

Third in Geisler's 4-volume theological tour de force. Examine the origin, nature, and effects of sin---and follow up with a detailed exploration of its defeat through the work of Jesus Christ. Geisler offers in-depth analysis of all applicable theories on the extent of the atonement, the nature of grace, the assurance of heaven, and more. 640 pages, hardcover from Bethany.
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Review 1 for Systematic Theology, Volume 3: Sin, Salvation
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Date:March 30, 2010
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rich
As a bible college student, I found this book to be the best systematic and exhastive description, defense, and comfort against bad philosophy and theology such as extreme Calvinism. This book lays out the most popular opposing views and shows their weak premises. Thank God for this book. The church would benefit if more Christians would understand these issues.
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Review 2 for Systematic Theology, Volume 3: Sin, Salvation
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Date:August 3, 2009
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Roger Luther
I recently purchased Geislers entire four-volume set of Systematic Theology and I must say that my purchase was long overdue. It is of my opinion that this set should be within arm reach of every serious pastor, Biblical researcher, and Christian professor. Dr. R. L. L. Flint, Mi.
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Review 3 for Systematic Theology, Volume 3: Sin, Salvation
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Date:June 20, 2009
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Blanca Mercado
Great book! It is a great source to have when preparing for a sermon or teaching on sins. I recommend this book because it breaks it down from the historical veiws, our present struggles and until the promises of heaven.
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Review 4 for Systematic Theology, Volume 3: Sin, Salvation
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Date:April 26, 2005
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DARRELL
This is the best of the 3 volumes so far. This book gives the best explanation of the order and nature of salvation that I have read. All 3 volumes so far have been excellent. This is the set to have for non-technical-in depth treatment of systematic theology.
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