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An Introduction to Christian Philosophical Theology: Audio Lectures

Faith Seeking Understanding

Author Stephen T. Davis, Eric T. Yang
Narrator Stephen T. Davis, Eric T. Yang
Runtime 3 HRS. - Unabridged
Publisher Zondervan
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Release Date November 17, 2020
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An accessible introduction to Christian philosophical theology

Philosophical or analytic theology seeks to employ philosophical tools while studying topics in Christian theology and examining the logical consistency or intelligibility of some of the key doctrines of the Christian faith. In this accessible introduction, An Introduction to Christian Philosophical Theology: Audio Lectures, Stephen T. Davis and Eric T. Yang first explain the scope, relevance, and value of philosophical theology and then applies its conceptual tools to examine each of the core Christian doctrines:


- Revelation and Scripture
- The Trinity
- The Incarnation
- Redemption and the atonement,
- Resurrection and life after death

The final session briefly addresses some additional theological issues including petitionary prayer, eschatology, and original sin.

Designed for beginning students and non-specialists this guide provides the ideal entry point for not only understanding what philosophical theology is but also for how it can provide valuable insights for how we think about the core doctrines of the Christian faith.
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An accessible introduction to Christian philosophical theology

Philosophical or analytic theology seeks to employ philosophical tools while studying topics in Christian theology and examining the logical consistency or intelligibility of some of the key doctrines of the Christian faith. In this accessible introduction, An Introduction to Christian Philosophical Theology: Audio Lectures, Stephen T. Davis and Eric T. Yang first explain the scope, relevance, and value of philosophical theology and then applies its conceptual tools to examine each of the core Christian doctrines:


- Revelation and Scripture
- The Trinity
- The Incarnation
- Redemption and the atonement,
- Resurrection and life after death

The final session briefly addresses some additional theological issues including petitionary prayer, eschatology, and original sin.

Designed for beginning students and non-specialists this guide provides the ideal entry point for not only understanding what philosophical theology is but also for how it can provide valuable insights for how we think about the core doctrines of the Christian faith.