Practical Christian Theology: Examining the Great Doctrines of the Faith

Barackman, Floyd H.

Book

Barcode: 9780825442247

Release date: 01/01/2013

This product is unavailable

Since first published in 1981, Practical Christian Theology has been a popular resource for both lay readers and academic students of the Bible. In addition to providing a comprehensive view of Christian theology that is based on the conviction that the Bible is the inerrant Word of God, this edition encourages a deeper, more intimate relationship with God the Father, Jesus Christ, and the Holy Spirit.

Drawing upon more than fifty-five years of Bible study and twenty-fiveve years as a Bible college teacher, Barackman provides an easy-to-follow outline for each chapter that not only organizes the material for systematic study but also makes this work a handy reference tool. The main topics discussed are: The Bible, The Doctrine of God, the Father, Jesus Christ, the Holy Spirit, Angels, Man, Sin, Salvation, The Church, and Future Prophetic Events.

Review
One of the best outlined, one-volume books on theology in print. (Dr Harold L Wilmington Liberty University 1990-01-01)

Anyone wanting a handy one-volume, well-organized and indexed, complete yet concise systematic theology in the biblical and dispensational tradition must get hold of Barackman s work. (Dr Joseph Y. Wong Multnomah Bible College 1990-01-01) --1

About the Author
Floyd Has Barackman was an instructor in systematic theology at Practical Bible Training School, Bible School Park, New York, where has has taught since 1962. He pastored the Calvary Baptist Church in Meadville, Pennsylvania, Grace Baptist Church of Newfane, New York and the First Baptist Church of Maine, New York. He has written adult studies for Accent Publications of Denver, been the expositor for Practical Bible Training School's paper, The Alumnus, and authored How to Interpret the Bible, Practical Christian Theology, and Victors Not Victims.

QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

Have a Question?

Be the first to ask a question about this.

Ask a Question