Biblical Theology for Church Members

For the past couple of weeks, I have been teaching through What Is a Healthy Church Member? by Thabiti Anyabwile, and last week we broke down the second mark – a biblical theologian.  One of things I have been doing on our church blog is to provide some resources on the various issues or doctrines we have been studying.  This past week, I posted several on biblical theology that I thought you might be interested in checking out.  Here they are:

* Getting Introduced to Biblical Theology
* Books on Biblical Theology
* Why Biblical Theology Is Essential to the Life of the Church
* D.A. Carson on Defining Biblical Theology
* Shai Linne on the Greatest Story Ever Told

The third mark is “gospel saturated” so I hope to write several posts to help fuel a gospel-saturated vision for life in every church member.  If you would like to catch these posts as they go up, you can either subscribe to the RSS feed or if you are on Twitter, you can follow Grace Baptist on Twitter.

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5 Comments on “Biblical Theology for Church Members”


  1. I recently took some people in my church through ROberts’ God’s Big Picture. They really enjoyed it and I am convinced that it has enhanced their understanding of the big picture of the Bible and especially the Kingdom of God.

  2. Kris Says:

    Timmy,
    What are you using as a guide for Thabiti’s book? There are no discussion questions, did you create some?

    We were thinking about having it in a class.


  3. Kris,

    I develop my own questions from the chapters in the book. Generally, I begin with a brief overview in the chapter and have prepared 4-6 open-ended discussion questions for each chapter. I use our church blog to facilitate and resource the study with articles, resources, commentary, etc.


  4. […] Timmy Brister has been teaching through What Is a Healthy Church Member? by Thabiti Anyabwile, and he provides a post with some helpful links on biblical theology here. […]


  5. […] are some resources on Christ-centered interpretation (hermeneutics) and biblical theology. For pastors, I would also […]


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