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Gerald Bray’s new systematic theology, God is Love, is a landmark achievement for many reasons.
First, Bray is an exceptional systematic theologian and church historian, and this fine book is the fruit of many decades of thinking and teaching. This book should replace Wayne Grudem’s work as the standard evangelical systematic theology. Secondly, it is the first evangelical Anglican systematic theology since Griffith Thomas in the 19th century. It is quietly Anglican in tone, focusing on what Bray calls “mere or basic Christianity” (though Bray’s Anglicanism is Reformed). He focuses on key and important doctrines. Bray’s tone is irenic in matters like baptism, church government, gifts of the Spirit, and the millennium, which divide evangelicals, but he can be wittily dismissive, and even brutal, of views that he believes are outside traditional Christian orthodoxy.
Available from good Christian sources - including the Latimer Trust! But we can't go anywhere near the bargain price available in the UK in the Ten of Those January Sale!
GERALD BRAY, GOD IS LOVE: A BIBLICAL AND SYSTEMATIC THEOLOGY, WHEATON, CROSSWAY, 2012 ISBN: 978-1-4335-2269-7
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