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Audio: Coloring Between the Lines, Systematic Theology (Basement Tapes #28)

Basement Tape #28: Coloring Between the Lines

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Is the study of systematic theology useful to those that are not pastors or teachers? Does this structured study of God add anything to the spiritual lives of laypeople? We believe so. This conversation, a defense of the systematic study of the things of God, argues that while precision and abstract thought can actually move us away from Jesus, that the solution isn’t sloppy and esoteric thought.

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Length: 60 minutes

This audio presentation is a Basement Tapes conversation on Systematic Theology.

What are The Basement Tapes?

The Basement Tapes are conversations between Dr. R.C. Sproul Jr., Rev. Laurence Windham, their friends and special guests, on subjects related to the “good life,” a simple, separate, and deliberate life, lived out for the glory of God and for the building of His Kingdom.

You might even say that the Basement Tapes serve to help us develop a Christian worldview. Started in 2002, we now have over #150 conversations on all areas of life that we are seeking to think biblically about so that we might take dominion over them for the King and His kingdom.

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