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Fair. Flat text pages with some underlining and marking. Previous owner's name on front inside cover. Upper right corner torn from front endpaper. Cracked at back hinge. Pages secure. Black boards lightly scuffed. Your purchase benefits world-wide relief efforts of Mennonite Central Committee.
Good. No Jacket. 8vo-over 7¾-9¾" tall. 1166pp. Recommended by Barber. He says, "In spite of its age and well-known weaknesses, this work is still esteemed as one of the best in the field for the general coverage of the whole scope of systematic theology" (235). Underlining and marginalia. Ownership notations and inscription on the front free endpaper; the same on the back endpaper, with smudging to the ink. Several ink markings for thumb indexing purposes on the fore edge of the text block. Corners bumped and rubbed through. Spine ends worn. Front joint starting at the head.
Fair. TITLE: SYSTEMATIC THEOLOGYAUTHOR: STRONG, AUGUSTUSBINDING: Hardback without Dust JacketPUBLICATION DATE: 1946PAGES: 116LIBRARY OF CONGRESS: DESCRIPTION: This volume will have extensive marking/highlighting and-or bent pages and-or dinged pages/corners and-or weak/broken hinges and-or library stickers, stamps, or pouches and-or mildew and-or water damage. This volume will be usable but won't be pretty.
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In my humble opinion, Augustus Hopkins Strong's "Systematic Theology" would make an excellent addition to the library of any theology student, pastor, or Christian worker. I have regularly used it both in my seminary studies and in sermon preparation. In fact, it has proven to be a most valuable tool in a sermon series that I am currently doing entitled, "Basic Doctrines of the Christian Faith."
Strong does a masterful job of explaining each Biblical doctrine in fairly simple language. In addition, he strongly supports each of those doctrines with the Scripture references from which they stem. Another strength of his work is that he makes generous use of the works of many other scholars both from his day and prior.
One area in which I thought he was weak was in his discussion of the doctrine of the Trinity. While I thought that he gave adequate attention to the doctrine overall, he pays scant attention to the person and work of the individual members. In all fairness, though, I have found that shortcoming in other works of systematic theology, too.
I thank the Lord Jesus Christ for Augustus Hopkins Strong and for the fact that I have had the privilege of adding his "Systematic Theology" to my library.
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