Published November 1985
by Baker Books .
Written in English
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I recommend using the text as a supplement to Charles Hodge's Systematic Theology, since Dabney generally agrees with Hodge unless he specificly says otherwise (which is always significant). R.L. Dabney was a pastor and a professor of Church History at Union Theological Seminary in Virginia and served under Gen.5/5(1). Condensing 20 centuries of church thinking into eight major sections, he also includes helpful subject and Scripture indexes. A reference you're sure to reach for repeatedly. pages, softcover from Eerdmans. Lectures in Systematic Theology, rev. ed. () by Henry Clarence Thiessen/5(13). After the War, he pursued studies, first at the University of Glasgow (MA, ), and then at Princeton Theological Seminary, USA (). In he was invited to teach Systematic Theology at Princeton, and did so for one year, before joining the Faculty of the newly formed Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia.5/5(5). Lectures in Systematic Theology - Ebook written by Henry Clarence Thiessen. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Lectures in Systematic Theology.5/5(3).