A Survey of Bible Doctrine Book ☆ 192 pages Download

Ebook É A Survey of Bible Doctrine é Charles C. Ryrie

A Survey of Bible DoctrineIng theologians offers an easy to understand overview of the various doctrines of the Bible It is written especially for the layman who simply wants to understand what the Bible teaches The topics covered includeThe i Charles C Ryrie's book on Biblical doctrine is a solid introduction to Christianity It is very straight forward and understandable Ryrie always backs up his propositions with scripture and sometimes utilizes the testimony of the early church fathers Why however have I only given this book only 3 stars?Ryrie's ninth and final chapter on eschatology is difficult to read and doctrinally erroneous Ryrie subscribes wholeheartedly to a rapture theology This is my biggest issue with the book because it informs many of his other theological views throughout other chapters While Ryrie sees a scriptural basis for such a view authors such as N T Wright would disagree See Wright's Surprised by Hope for a fuller engagement on this topic

Book A Survey of Bible Doctrine

A Survey of Bible Doctrine Book ☆ 192 pages Download ✓ ❮Ebook❯ ➠ A Survey of Bible Doctrine Author Charles C. Ryrie – Insolpro.co.uk “ Let’s call this book what it is—a book that will try to help you understand what the Bible teaches” —Dr Charles RyrieDr Charles Ryrie author of the bestMportance of doctrineWhat doctrine isWhat God is likeThe inspiration of the BibleThe person of ChristThe person of the Holy SpiritThe angelic worldThe nature and depravity of manSalvationThe churchWhat the future holds I found this book very informational I am getting and familiar with my Bible and yet I learned several bible doctrines that I either didn't know much about or didn't know about at all This is a great book for anyone wanting an overview with many bible passages to confirm the statements talked about

Charles C. Ryrie é A Survey of Bible Doctrine Mobi

“ Let’s call this book what it is a book that will try to help you understand what the Bible teaches” Dr Charles RyrieDr Charles Ryrie author of the bestelling Ryrie Study Bible and one of America's greatest liv Overall I am of the opinion that Ryrie does an excellent job of presenting the differing perspectives on what many would consider to be the core doctrines of Christian belief He tends to be balanced and impartial than not in his treatment Of course as one would expect in such an area of study I did not agree with a 100% of his conclusions However I did appreciate his general level of candor and diplomacyI ranked it 45 rather than 55 out five because there were a few areas where he could have been balanced or diplomatic in his approach Thankfully those moments seemed few and far between to me and where those the only issue I probably would have given it a full 55 However where I was most disappointed was that in his section on how salvationjustification depending on how you use those terms is attained he seemed to conflate the ideas of belief and faith as one thing and perhaps importantly he neglected to include the Epistle of James in his analysis Both to me seem like significant oversightsDespite these small disappointments small when viewed against the totality of the work I would still highly recommend this book for people interested in learning about biblical doctrine With that recommendation I would add this read several other surveys and commentaries as well While Ryrie does an excellent job you are best served in your study by reading a variety of perspectives as you study Scripture of yourself