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September 12, 2012


John McNassor

I think it takes a breadth of vision to produce a genuinely great systematic theology. The ones you mention certainly qualify. I am grateful you include McClendon's work which I hope in the years ahead will begin to come into its own.
John McNassor

david bartosik

Grudem? Erickson? Neither get a shout out?

Kevin Hargaden

Are there Catholic Systematic theologies you'd recommend?

Andy Goodliff

Catholic systematic theology would have to be Hans Urs von Balthasar Trilogy - The Glory of the Lord, Theo-Drama, Theo Logic - written between 1961-1987, and translated into English (1982-2005) ...

Grudem has (sadly) probably sold the most copies and i guess is important from a conservative evangelical point of view, I just don't think it is good and wouldn't recommend it.

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