Series: The Evangelical Faith

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Prolegomena: The relation of theology to modern thought forms (His The evangelical faith) by Helmut ThielickeVolume 1
The Evangelical Faith: The Doctrine of God and of Christ (The Evangelical Faith , Vol 2) by Helmut ThielickeVolume 2
The Evangelical Faith: Theology of the Spirit (The Evangelical Faith , Vol 3) by Helmut ThielickeVolume 3
The Evangelical Faith Vol. 1-2 by Helmut ThielickeVolumes 1 & 2

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  1. The Christian doctrine of God by Emil Brunner (1949)
  2. Systematic Theology: Volume 1: The Triune God (Systematic Theology) by Robert W. Jenson (1997)
  3. Systematic Theology, Vol. 2: The Works of God by Robert W. Jenson (1999)
  4. The Evangelical Faith by Helmut Thielicke (1973)
  5. Regarding Karl Barth: Toward a Reading of His Theology by Trevor A. Hart (1999)
  6. Studies in Dogmatics: Faith and Justification by G. C. Berkouwer (1954)
  7. Church Dogmatics by Karl Barth (1965)
  8. Historical Theology: An Introduction by Geoffrey William Bromiley (1978)
  9. Evangelical Theology: An Introduction by Karl Barth (1963)
  10. Act and Being: Towards a Theology of the Divine Attributes by Colin E. Gunton (2002)
  11. Theological Investigations, Vol. 1: God, Christ, Mary and Grace by Karl Rahner (1961)
  12. Systematic Theology (Volume 1) by Wolfhart Pannenberg (1988)
  13. Christian Faith: An Introduction to the Study of the Faith by Hendrikus Berkhof (1973)
  14. The Genesis of Doctrine by Alister E. McGrath (1990)
  15. Doctrine of Reconciliation: Jesus Christ the True Witness (Church Dogmatics Ser. : Vol. 4 Pt. 3, 2nd Half) by Karl Barth (1962)

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