Systematic Theology

by Louis Berkhof


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Louis Berkhof, who was both President of Calvin Seminary and a professor of Systematic Theology, offers critical insight in this astounding book. Systematic Theology covers six important theological doctrines, each topic bringing the reader closer to understanding his or her own faith. This text is considered by many to be the best book on systematic theology available. For those who are in seminary, or those who are simply interested in building their knowledge of God, this book is an absolute must read.

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Louis Berkhof
Source: calvin.edu
Source: calvin.edu
Born: 1873
Died: 1957
Related topics: Atonement, Berkhof, Louis,--1873-1957, Bible, Calvinism, Controversial literature
Basic information: Louis Berkhof (1873 – 1957) was a Reformed systematic theologian whose written works have been influential in seminaries and Bible colleges in the United States and Canada and with individual Christians in general throughout the 20th century.
Popular works: Introduction to the New Testament, Summary of Christian Doctrine, Systematic Theology



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