We have organized our in-depth study material around the two great commandments: “You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your mind, and with all your strength,” and “You shall love your neighbor as yourself” (Mark 12:30-31). This provides a balance between your head and your heart, between doing and being. Watch for this area to grow and grow.

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    1. “Love God with all your soul”: Theology . . .
      1. Systematic theology
        1. Online systematic theologies
          1. James Arminius – Complete Works
          2. Louis Berkhof – Summary of Christian Doctrine
          3. Loraine Boettner – Protestant Reformed Theology
          4. James P. Boyce – Abstracts of Systematic Theology
          5. John Calvin – Institutes of the Christian Religion
          6. William Evans – The Great Christian Doctrines (sections 1-5 of 10)
          7. A. A. Hodge – Commentary on Westminster Confession of Faith
          8. Charles Hodge – Systematic Theology Vol. 1 | Vol. 2 | Vol. 3 | Index
          9. Martin Luther – Table Talk
          10. James Orr, et al. – The Fundamentals Vol. 1 | Vol. 2 | Vol. 3 | Vol. 4
          11. Augustus H. Strong – Systematic Theology
          12. Benjamin B. Warfield – Selected Essays
          13. Richard Watson, Theological Institutes (1851)
        2. Areas of study
          1. Theology: The Godhead
          2. Anthropology: The Human Identity
          3. Christology: Jesus the Christ
            1. James Denney – The Death of Christ
            2. Martin Hengel – Crucifixion of Christ (chapter 12: Summary)
            3. Josh McDowell and Bart Larson – Jesus: A Biblical Defense of His Deity
            4. William M. Ramsay – Was Christ Born in Bethlehem? (historicity of nativity)
          4. Pneumatology: The Holy Spirit
          5. Ecclesiology: The Community of the Redeemed
          6. Eschatology: The Consummation of History
      2. Theological systems
        1. Sacramental theology
        2. Lutheran theology
        3. Reformed theology
          1. Herman Hanko, Homer Hoeksema, & Gise J. Van Baren – The Five Points of Calvinism
          2. Critique: George Bryson – The Five Points of Calvinism (Weighed and Found Wanting)
        4. Dispensational theology
          1. Defined (Wikipedia)
          2. Critiques:
        5. Biblical theology  [TOP]

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