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-"Systematic Theology: An Introduction to Biblical Doctrine"

by Dr. D ~

By Wayne Grudem (Grand Rapids,Michigan: Zondervan Pub. House, 1994, 1264 pages)

image This review is long overdue. I repeatedly use this book as a major reference every time I am researching a point of Christian doctrine or have any kind of theological question. I can’t claim to have read it all, but I have studied substantial parts of the book and found it to be the best systematic theology currently available.

In this work, Professor Grudem comprehensively deals with every major Christian doctrine from a faithful Biblical foundation and perspective. He also addresses every conflicting area of theological disagreement and presents all the differing views on every theological issue, those within orthodox Christianity and the heretical perspectives outside of the norm.

I can’t say that I am always in total agreement with Dr. Grudem, but most of the time I am. In the few areas of where I differ, his arguments have caused me to reassess and adjust some of my own views. The book is an essential part of my library and if for some reason I could only have an armful of books, this would be one.            *Top

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1 Response to -"Systematic Theology: An Introduction to Biblical Doctrine"

  1. Dulce Minor

    Great read, keep it up.

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