"With this new book, Robert Waggoner, a highly respected Christian scholar and writer, has proven again his love for the truth regarding Christianity. His passion is to share the basic elements of the Savior's salvation with the multitudes of the earth. This book, An Introduction to Biblical Christianity, is a product of his years of study, teaching, and preaching the everlasting gospel of the New Testament. We need to read it with thoughtfulness and prayer. It will bring us closer to the truth that God has sent to the world through His Son, Jesus the Christ." - Eddie Cloer, Harding University Professor Emeritus of Bible and Preaching, also Director, Truth for Today - World Mission School. "Dr. Waggoner has packed a lot of information in a relatively small number of pages. I can promise the readers that their knowledge in several biblical and biblical-related areas will increase significantly in spite of the book's size. It is obvious the author loves the Bible and wants to share with others what he has learned through many, many years of studying, preaching and teaching about it. Robert has a unique gift of making An Introduction to Biblical Christianity much more than just an introduction." - Rodney Eugene Cloud. PhD, Chairman of the Turner School of Theology, Amridge University, Montgomey, AL. Dr. Waggoner is a rare gem among those who seek to be biblical in their thinking and in their actions. He is able to be concise with his language while communicating warmth to the reader. I find his book, An Introduction to Biblical Christianity, a welcomed contribution that will help others to understand the way in which the Bible informs and guides their faith. - G. Scott Gleaves, PhD, DMin, Dean and Professor of Biblical Studies, V. P. Black College of Biblical Studies, Kearley Graduate School of Theology, Faulkner University, Montgomery, AL. A Christian evangelist, educator, and author who is concerned about growing anti-Christian influences now arising in this world. He has posted many articles on his website, www.biblicaltheism.com. He was born near Lawton, Oklahoma. He graduated from Harding University (B.A., 1954) Harding University Graduate School of Theology (M.A., 1959), Vanderbilt University (M.Div., 1965), and Erskine Theological Seminary (D. Min., 1999). He and his wife Susan now live in Montgomery, Alabama and have two married children and three grandchildren.