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About the School open menu. From the Dean. Mission & Founding Principles. McAfee News. Speak-Teach-Preach. Events. Accreditation. CARSON: Current Issues in Biblical Theology 21 among godly, learned, and cautious theologians. From this biblical theology, systematic theology may then properly be constructed.
It is worth pointing out that at this juncture biblical theology makes its overt appeal not on the ground that the Bible is a collection of.
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