Biblical Theology of the New Testament

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Biblical Theology is concerned with the reasons why something was written as well as with the content of what was written. It not only examines the product but also investigates the procedures and presuppositions that went into writing the Scriptures.

The Word of God is seen in the manner in which it is revealed progressively. The whole is traced in the way God gave the Bible part by part. The perspective is that of the historical setting in which the truth came. The theology of the Bible emerges out of the thought of the writers as seen in their writings; it is never superimposed on those writings.

This book will help you learn the teachings of the New Testament and see that theology is part of the very fabric of the Bible. It is simply and clearly written and will be of benefit to all who want to learn more about the teachings of the Bible.

Pages: 384

Size: 6" x 9"
ISBN #: 1-59387-003-5
Format: Paperback

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Chapter 1 – Introduction
Systems of Interpretation
Importance of Studying Prophecy
Chapter 2 – Its Basis in History
The Ancient Period
The Medieval Period
The Reformation Period
The Modern Period
Chapter 3 – Its Basis in Hermeneutics
Importance of Hermeneutics
General Principles of Interpretation
Principles of Interpretation of Prophecy
Results and Conclusion
Chapter 4 – Its Basis in the Abrahamic Covenant
The Importance of the Covenant
The Promises of the Covenant
The Historic Fulfillment of the Covenant
The Unconditional Character of the Covenant
The Future Fulfillment of the Covenant
Chapter 5 – Its Basis in the Davidic Covenant
The Analysis of the Covenant
The Historic Fulfillment of the Covenant
The Literal Interpretation of the Covenant
The Confirmation of the Covenant in the Old Testament
The Confirmation of the Covenant in the New Testament
Chapter 6 – Its Basis in the New Covenant
The Issues Involved
Premillennialists’ Interpretation of the New Covenant
The Old Testament Teaching on the New Covenant with Israel
The New Testament Teaching on the New Covenant with Israel
Chapter 7 – Its Basis in Ecclesiology
The Church, An Intercalation
The Church, A Mystery
The Church, A Distinct Body of Saints in This Age
Chapter 8 – Its Basis in Eschatology
The Tribulation
The Millennium
Chapter 9 – Conclusion

Author info: Charles C. Ryrie (A.B., Harverford College; Th.D., Dallas Theological Seminary; Ph.D., University of Edinburgh; Litt.D., Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary) is the annotator of the Ryrie Study Bible and author of many other best-selling books including The Basis of the Premillennial Faith, The Miracles of Our Lord, Balancing the Christian Life, Basic Theology, and So Great Salvation. Dr. Ryrie has served in numerous professional capacities including President of Philadelphia Biblical University, and Chairman and Professor of Systematic Theology at Dallas Theological Seminary.