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A Comprehensive Work Now in One Volume This work of a lifetime was widely praised when it was first published in four volumes. It is organized in eight key sections: an introduction to theology, the Bible, God, creation, sin, salvation, church, and last things. Geisler's writing is accessible to students, pastors, and laypeople interested in learning, as he deals with the c A Comprehensive Work Now in One Volume This work of a lifetime was widely praised when it was first published in four volumes. It is organized in eight key sections: an introduction to theology, the Bible, God, creation, sin, salvation, church, and last things. Geisler's writing is accessible to students, pastors, and laypeople interested in learning, as he deals with the concepts foundational to Christianity. "For those who value careful thinking, tight logic, fair evaluation, and keen insights, this systematic theology is must-reading."--Ken Rhodes.


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A Comprehensive Work Now in One Volume This work of a lifetime was widely praised when it was first published in four volumes. It is organized in eight key sections: an introduction to theology, the Bible, God, creation, sin, salvation, church, and last things. Geisler's writing is accessible to students, pastors, and laypeople interested in learning, as he deals with the c A Comprehensive Work Now in One Volume This work of a lifetime was widely praised when it was first published in four volumes. It is organized in eight key sections: an introduction to theology, the Bible, God, creation, sin, salvation, church, and last things. Geisler's writing is accessible to students, pastors, and laypeople interested in learning, as he deals with the concepts foundational to Christianity. "For those who value careful thinking, tight logic, fair evaluation, and keen insights, this systematic theology is must-reading."--Ken Rhodes.

30 review for Systematic Theology: In One Volume

  1. 5 out of 5

    Levi Gray

    I think this is a great introductory resource in the area of systematic theology. Geisler attempts to simplify the vast and sometimes complex areas of doctrine. However, I don't think Geisler does very well in representing opposing perspectives. Granted, he does present them, but his argumentation on others behalf is flawed. Otherwise, this is a great book for those who are testing the waters, and the new one volume format is much cheaper and takes up less space than typical systematic fare. My I think this is a great introductory resource in the area of systematic theology. Geisler attempts to simplify the vast and sometimes complex areas of doctrine. However, I don't think Geisler does very well in representing opposing perspectives. Granted, he does present them, but his argumentation on others behalf is flawed. Otherwise, this is a great book for those who are testing the waters, and the new one volume format is much cheaper and takes up less space than typical systematic fare. My recommendations are to do your homework, and research the alternative opinions, and you should be able to benefit from this resource.

  2. 5 out of 5

    G Walker

    I no longer have the time, nor the care to take Geisler seriously. I has to read a ton of what he wrote back in my bible college and seminary days. I started poking around in this set back on '03 when the first volume came out... and have engaged in periodically off and on over a few years... then I gave up. One of the few sets that I haven't read cover to cover. There is better content out there... there is better methodology modeled out there... Even if you are a Thomist. 4 volumes of dross. D I no longer have the time, nor the care to take Geisler seriously. I has to read a ton of what he wrote back in my bible college and seminary days. I started poking around in this set back on '03 when the first volume came out... and have engaged in periodically off and on over a few years... then I gave up. One of the few sets that I haven't read cover to cover. There is better content out there... there is better methodology modeled out there... Even if you are a Thomist. 4 volumes of dross. Do yourself a favor and look somewhere else, anywhere else.

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    Jake Brock, Ph.D., CPA

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