A Guide to Christian Doctrine
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Publisher: University Press of America
Number of Pages: 226
Width: 13.6 cm
Height: 21.5 cm
In Theology Interpreted Volume I, Joseph Pungur sketched the development of the Christian tradition. Volume II continues his evaluation of the critical doctrines which have exercised the minds and hearts of believers from the beginning. Pungur emphasizes the importance of the Christological controversy and argues that Christ cannot be understood apart from the history of that debate; the Scriptures need continual examination and interpretation. This study was designed and written primarily for those who want to understand better the tenets of Protestant tradition, but can also be used as a springboard to the deeper study of Christian Theology. Contents: Introduction; The Person of Christ; The Work of Christ; The Interpretation of the Work of Christ; The Doctrine of the Holy Spirit, Salvation, Church and the Last Things: The Person of the Holy Spirit; The Work of the Holy Spirit; The Doctrine of the Church; Suggested Reading; Index.