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Adam Clarke's Christian Theology

Elucidations upon: The scriptures, God, Christ, The Holy Spirit, The Trinity, Man, Repentance, Faith, Justification, Regeneration, Entire Sanctification, Prayer, Praise, The Church, Baptism, Apostasy, Death, Judgment, Heaven, Hell and more.

Adam Clarke, the renowned commentator, brings us this tome on the foundational principles and precepts of the Word of God. Christian Theology is a magnum opus of a systematic approach to doctrines which are fundamental to the Christian faith.

This edition of Christian Theology by Dr. Adam Clarke has been meticulously recreated from the 1835 edition which was edited and compiled by Samuel Dunn. The entire work has been re-typeset and formatted by Heritage of Truth Books and Apprehending Truth Publishers. This is NOT a facsimile reproduction. Contains the original subject index entries, re-paginated to match the current volume.

©2014 Heritage of Truth (P)2015 Open Vision Media

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Absolutely Fantastic

While having Methodist undertones and somewhat contradictory in places this is by far the best book I have listened to in some time.