Teología sistemática de Chafer Tomo II
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Chafer founded a seminary that has played a prominent role in the religious life of North America. From 1934 to 1952 he edited the theological review “Bibliotheca Sacra” and in 1947 completed his world famous Systematic Theology, published in eight volumes. He was a moderate Calvinist and sublapsarian in terms of explaining the plan of election through the infinite presence of God. The central idea of his theology was the infinite grace of God. He was an outstanding premillenialist and dispensationalist, ideas that got preferential treatment in his Systematic Theology. This made some of his conclusions seem a bit distorted, which is why his theology has been relegated to the sidelines, despite its advantageous and provocative readings. Although his principal source is the Bible itself, the pages of his book are filled with references to other theologians. He writes with simplicity and clarity and the book is well structured.Read Less
- Publish Date02/04/2010
- Format Hardcover
- Weight (lbs)1.0 lb
- Case Weight (lbs)8.01 lb
- Dimensions 1.0(h) x 1.0(w) x 1.0(d) inches
- Price $34.99
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