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A Basic Christian Theology
by A. J. Conyers
edited by Jacob Shatzer
St. Augustine's Press, 2019
Paper: 978-1-58731-058-4 | eISBN: 978-1-58731-059-1
Library of Congress Classification BT75.3.C665 2019
Dewey Decimal Classification 230


A. J. Conyers was an evangelical, Baptist theologian who helped found Truett Seminary at Baylor university. Conyers’s theology drank deeply from the wells of the Christian tradition. In this volume, he provides what he found to be the most basic elements of Christian theology and demonstrates a methodology that is biblically informed, traditionally grounded, and contextually aware. this revised edition makes this excellent work available again, with some modified study questions, additional unpublished material from Conyers’s archives, and helpful reflection and tributes from two of Conyers’s best students—Brian Brewer and Brad green—who carry on his legacy

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