Although not an exhaustive list of books on Bible doctrine and systematic theology, the student of Scripture will find these resources to be extremely helpful as they journey into a more in-depth study.
Future Things (Eschatology)
This author will approach this study from a pre-millennial, dispensational perspective. Some space will be devoted to briefly define some of the other systems of interpretation.
God (Theology Proper)
Traditionally there have been two lines of argument used to demonstrate the existence of God, the naturalistic and the biblical arguments. I will evaluate arguments that fall within both.
Jesus Christ (Christology)
There are many passages both in the Old as well as the New Testament that clearly affirm the eternality of Jesus Christ. This list of passages is not meant to be an exhaustive one.
The facts about the origin of man can be known only because God has revealed those facts to us in Scripture. It is through special revelation that we discover something about where we came from.
Critical to understanding the biblical definition of faith in connection with salvation is, understanding the three elements; Faith is knowledge, Faith is assent, and Faith is trust.
In Romans 4:15, Paul teaches that the law was given in order that we may better understand both God’s standard and the seriousness of transgressing that standard.
The Bible (Bibliology)
To say that the Bible is a unique book would not be in any way overstating the facts. There is no other literary work, whether ancient or modern in the world that can be compared to it.
The Church (Ecclesiology)
The word translated church in the New Testament (ekklesia), means a “called out group” or “assembly.” It is most frequently used of those who are believers in Jesus Christ.
The Holy Spirit (Pneumatology):
Often, because of such misunderstandings, false teachings will arise concerning Him. The Bible though, is quite clear in what it teaches concerning the Spirit.