More Wesleyan-Arminian systematic theologies coming soon!

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Brandon Rappuhn | Forum Activity | Posted: Wed, Jul 22 2015 11:50 AM


H. Orton Wiley's Systematic Theology Collection (4 vols.)

I also wanted to draw your attention to the fact that the Systematic Theologies Collection (183 vols.) contains Richard Watson's Institutes, which we're producing in advance for purchasers of the Systematic Theologies collection or the Master Collection. These collections also have Milton Spenser Terry's Biblical Dogmatics, which you'll get at roughly the same time as if you pre-ordered the Milton Spenser Terry collection. (These things are not done yet, but you'll download it as soon as we've developed it.)

Keep your eyes peeled, we've got more Methodist/Wesleyan systematics coming, too! (and more Methodist things in general)

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Into Grace | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Jul 22 2015 12:52 PM

Does that mean a Methodist base package is in the works?

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Brandon Rappuhn | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Jul 22 2015 2:23 PM

That's been requested a whole bunch of times, so it seems the interest is there. We're currently investigating and seeing if a base package family can be done with the books we've got and the books we can reasonably acquire.

In the meantime, Methodist Pre-Pubs and Community Pricing projects are a great way to show that there is interest in more Methodist content (especially base-package-sized content), since tracking sales are the most accurate way to track consumer demand. Show your support for Methodist books by continuing to engage with Pre-Pub and Community Pricing! The more things we ship, the better options we'll have for base packages, generally speaking.

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Floyd Johnson | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Jul 22 2015 2:38 PM

Brandon Rappuhn:

My concern with Orton is that his work is more descriptive than Biblical - he does a good job of describing Arminian theology, but he does not give the Biblical material needed to support it. Richard Watson does a good job of providing the Biblical reasoning behind an Arminian position. William Burt Pope's theology (  is more philosophical in hus approach.

I am hoping that Richard Watson's Institutes can be offered as a separate purchase.


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Brandon Rappuhn | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Oct 15 2015 3:34 PM


More coming, so stay on the lookout. (Don't worry, Pre-Pubs are coming too, not just old 19th century books.)

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