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Review: Doctrine by Driscoll and Breshears

Together DoctrineMark Driscoll and Gerry Breshears have co-authored three books: Vintage Jesus, Vintage Church and Death by Love. These books address respectively the topics of Christology, Ecclesiology, and Soteriology at a popular level (quite creatively in the case of Death by Love), but Doctrine is their most ambitious work together and covers a far broader scope. It is an introduction to theology, and with 436 densely filled pages subtitled What Christians Should Believe, there is a lot of content to be found here.

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Why we can and can’t do Theology

In my previous post You Are a Theologian, I explained why everyone – even if not a believer – is a theologian. We saw that according to Romans 1:25 and Romans 12:2, true theology is a turning away from idolatry to a worship of the true God, resulting in a transformation of our minds.

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You are a Theologian

Since I’ve begun teaching Introduction to Theology at CCBCY this year, I thought I could share some of my thoughts.

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