by Thomas J. Nettles (Author).
by Thomas J. The historical section begins with the division of General and Particular Baptist (which arose out of the Jacob, Lathrop, Jessey Separatist church) in England.
Tom Nettles deserves to be commended for his faithfulness to the gospel and his commitment to excellence in. .The book has three major sections which mirror the structure of Nettles’ own major work, By His Grace and for His Glory.
Tom Nettles deserves to be commended for his faithfulness to the gospel and his commitment to excellence in academic and pastoral ministry. The first section focuses on matters related to Baptist historiography and theological controversies that Nettles has helped to clarify over the course of his ministry. The second section is theological, focusing on the Reformational emphases of the doctrines of grace and justification by faith alone. The final section focuses on practical matters of ecclesiology, ministry, and Baptist identity. The Question of Baptist Identity.
Book by Thomas J. Nettles. The best summary I can give of this section is that Nettles knows his history and he has blessed the church with a wonderful look at baptist history and the impact of the doctrines of grace. The second section is the theological section. Here, Nettles examines the doctrines of grace as a theological system. Nettles begins each chapter in this section with a brief definition of the doctrine being discussed (Total Depravity and Effectual Grace are combined into one chapter).
This is where Tom Nettles’ book has been a great gift to me-and many other pastors like me. In By His Grace and for . In By His Grace and for His Glory, Nettles, widely regarded as one of the foremost Baptist historians in America, examines prominent Baptist theologians, pastors, and missionaries throughout the past and how they maintained a rich Calvinistic theology while remaining strongly evangelical in their preaching and desire to reach the nations
in the most influential and enduring arenas of Baptist denominational life until the end of the second decade of the twentieth century. This is accomplished and done so very convincingly
The book contains a history of the doctrines of grace against the backdrop of the early Baptist preachers. Dr. Nettles also includes a wonderful primer on soteriology at the end of the book
The book contains a history of the doctrines of grace against the backdrop of the early Baptist preachers. Nettles also includes a wonderful primer on soteriology at the end of the book. A great resource for Baptists who want to know their history and who are looking for an introduction to the doctrines of grace.
Only recently announced, this book seeks to honor Nettles for his contributions to the field of Baptist history in general and to the Southern Baptist Convention in particular. But this volume is also a helpful work in its own right. This book, like many others in its genre, begins with a biographical sketch of the author that focuses on the recipient’s teaching career and academic contributions
Thanks to Tom Nettles and his influence, there are important truths that are known and now cannot be denied
Thanks to Tom Nettles and his influence, there are important truths that are known and now cannot be denied. R. Albert Mohler, J. President, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, Kentucky. These essays are offered in honor of Tom Nettles with full recognition that our Triune God is the One who deserves all praise for his life and ministry. Our Lord is the One who gives pastors and teachers to equip the saints for works of ministry (Ephesians 4:11-12)
Publisher: Cor Meum Tibi. Publication Date: 2002. Book Condition: Good.
ISBN 10: 0971675503, ISBN 13: 9780971675506. Published by Cor Meum Tibi, 2002. Condition: Good Hardcover. From Books Express (Portsmouth, NH, . Price: US$ 7. 7 Convert Currency. Publisher: Cor Meum Tibi. Synopsis: Book by Thomas J.
Thomas J. Nettles (b. 1946), currently Professor of Historical Theology at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary . 1946), currently Professor of Historical Theology at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky, he is regarded by some as one of the foremost Baptist historians in America today. Nettles earned his . iv. degrees from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. Nettles was formerly on the faculty of Trinity Evangelical Divinity School where he was Professor of Church History and Chair of the Department of Church History.