Posted On May 13, 2019

Joel Beeke– Reformed Systematic Theology: Volume 1: Revelation and God

by | May 13, 2019 | Equipping You in Grace, Featured

On today’s Equipping You in Grace show, Dave Jenkins and Dr. Joel Beeke discuss the importance of the doctrines of God and Scripture for the Christian life, along with his book with Paul Smalley, Reformed Systematic Theology: Volume 1: Revelation and God (Crossway, 2019).

What you’ll hear in this episode

  • Why good Christian theology should engage the head, heart, and hands.
  • How the Reformers and Puritans help Christians develop their understanding of what the Church has taught on the doctrine of God and Scripture.
  • The importance of a biblical and theologically informed understanding of God for the Christian life and ministry.
  • The importance of a biblical and theologically informed understanding of the doctrine of Scripture for the Christian life and ministry.
  • The importance of Christians growing not only in the Word of God and in skill in handling it but also in maturity as theologians.
  • How the doctrine of God is neglected in the Church today.
  • How we recover the doctrine of God and Scripture in the Church today.
  • Why the doctrine of God should matter to Christians.
  • How the doctrine of God is under attack today.
  • Why the doctrine of Scripture matters for Christians today.

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    It’s God glorifying teaching and I love doctrines of grace. God bless you richly.

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