Tracing Salvation History from the Eternal Trinity to the New Covenant Church
Using Family Theology to Answer the Question How and Why Does Jesus’ Death Save Us?
Internet Edition 1.0
Praise for the first draft of this book (which was a research paper and other Master’s Theology work for Dr. Scott Hahn):
“outstanding,” “excellent,” “clear, thoughtful and thorough.”
– Scott Hahn, author, A Father Who Keeps His Promises: Understanding God’s Covenant Love in the Old Testament; Answering the New Atheism: Dismantling Dawkins’ Case Against God; First Comes Love: Finding Your Family in the Church and the Trinity; Kinship by Covenant: A Canonical Approach to the Fulfillment of God’s Saving Promises; many others.
Excerpts Now Available on this Website:
A significant portion of this resource is also available as the “2nd Excerpt” on the separate webpage Trinity of Love: The Beating Heart Which Drives the Whole Story of the Bible and the Church. Another excerpt from this resource is located within the lengthy Chapter 4 of Volume I of So That The World May Believe, containing the sub-sections “The Individual Image and Likeness of God: The Spiritual Soul and The Indwelling Holy Spirit,” and “How the Indwelling of the Holy Spirit in Adam Differs from the Indwelling in Christians.”
For a more complete work on Family Theology which has been published on this website,
Go to Excerpts from The Bible’s ‘Big Picture’ — Using “Family Theology” to Understand the Single Overarching Story Told Throughout the Scriptures, Which Makes the Bible Our Family History as Christians, Internet Edition 1.o
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