Reformed Systematic Theology: Revelation and God [1]

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Reformed Systematic Theology: Revelation and God [1]

Table of contents :
Abbreviations
Tables
Preface

Part 1: Prolegomena: Introduction to Theology and the Doctrine of Revelation

Analytical Outline: Prolegomena

Section A: Introduction to Theology

What Is Theology? Part 1: An Academic Discipline
What Is Theology? Part 2: A Spiritual Discipline
Who Does Theology? Where? When?
Which Theology Do We Do? Part 1: Christian, Catholic, Evangelical
Which Theology Do We Do? Part 2: Reformed: Historical, Confessional, Theological, and Hermeneutical Perspectives
Which Theology Do We Do? Part 3: Reformed: Polemical and Experiential Perspectives
Why Do We Do Theology?
How Do We Do Theology? Part 1: Spiritual Dynamics
How Do We Do Theology? Part 2: Academic Methods
Section B: The Doctrine of Revelation

Theological Fundamentals of Divine Revelation
General Revelation, Part 1: Biblical Teaching
General Revelation, Part 2: Philosophy and Science
General Revelation, Part 3: Natural Theology and Theistic Arguments
Excursus: Some Historical Perspective on Natural Theology and Theistic Proofs

Special Revelation: Biblical Teaching
Errors Regarding Special Revelation, Part 1: Romanism and Liberalism
Errors Regarding Special Revelation, Part 2: Liberalism’s Offspring
The Bible as the Word of God
The Properties of the Written Word, Part 1: Authority and Clarity
The Properties of the Written Word, Part 2: Necessity, Unity, and Efficacy
The Properties of the Written Word, Part 3: Inerrant Veracity
The Properties of the Written Word, Part 4: Objections to Inerrancy
The Properties of the Written Word, Part 5: Sufficiency
The Cessation of Special Revelation, Part 1: Charismatic Continuationism
The Cessation of Special Revelation, Part 2: Prophecy Today
Applied Revelation for Practical Fruit
Part 2: Theology Proper: The Doctrine of God

Analytical Outline: Theology Proper

Section A: The Doctrine of God’s Triune Glory

Introduction: The True Knowledge of God
Introduction to God’s Nature and Attributes, Part 1: Biblical Teaching
Introduction to God’s Nature and Attributes, Part 2: Theological Issues
The Name of “the Lord” (YHWH)
The Holiness of the Lord
Gods That Are Not God
God’s Spirituality
God’s Simplicity: “The Lord Our God Is One Lord”
God’s Infinity, Part 1: Incomprehensibility, Aseity, and Immensity
God’s Infinity, Part 2: Eternity: Infinity with Respect to Time
Excursus: Problems of Time and Eternity

God’s Immutability, Part 1: Biblical Teaching
God’s Immutability, Part 2: Theological Questions
God’s Knowledge, Part 1: Omniscience and Wisdom
God’s Knowledge, Part 2: Foreknowledge
God’s Sovereignty: An Introduction to Omnipotence
God’s Moral Excellence, Part 1: Goodness and Love
God’s Moral Excellence, Part 2: Truth and Righteousness
God’s Moral Excellence, Part 3: Jealousy, Impassibility, and Joy
God’s Moral Excellence, Part 4: Wrath and Compassion
The Trinity, Part 1: Biblical Teaching
The Trinity, Part 2: Historical Development
The Trinity, Part 3: Theological and Practical Considerations
Section B: The Doctrine of God’s Sovereign Purpose

The Decree of God: General Considerations
Predestination, Part 1: Election and Reprobation
Predestination, Part 2: Historical Development through Reformed Orthodoxy
Predestination, Part 3: Questions and Uses
God’s Providence, Part 1: Biblical Teaching
God’s Providence, Part 2: Problems and Applications
Section C: The Doctrine of Angels and Demons

The Holy Angels of God
Satan and the Demons
Bibliography
General Index
Scripture Index

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