Biblesoft has brought together in one convenient and affordable package seven distinguished and popular titles written from the Evangelical (Protestant/Reformed) viewpoint. While the word "Evangelical" is often thrown about today, many people (including many Christians) do not have a clear idea of what the term means, and what makes Evangelical Christianity truly distinctive. The authors of these works (some of them already classics) provide a clear explanation and delineation of the basic principles and tenets of the Evangelical faith—in particular, itstheology.
Included in this collection are the following titles (also available for purchase separately):
The Evangelical Dictionary of Theology
The Evangelical Dictionary of Biblical Theology (both edited by Walter A. Elwell)
Systematic Theology: Biblical and Historical, by Robert Culver
The Foundations of the Christian Faith, by James Montgomery Boice
Handbook of Evangelical Theology, by Robert Lightener
Evangelical Hermeneutics: The New vs the Old, by Robert L. Thomas
Roman Catholics and Evangelicals: Agreements and Disagreements, by Norman L. Geisler and Ralph E. MacKenzie
NOTE: The Evangelical Dictionary of Theology and Dictionary of Biblical Theology are part of the OneTouch Professional Series.