Monday, 23 January 2006

Just one systematic theology?

If a general reader wanted to get just one systematic theology, which one should it be? I was asked this question recently. It’s a tricky question, but to my surprise I immediately knew the answer: Robert W. Jenson’s Systematic Theology. This work consists of two volumes: Volume 1 is entitled The Triune God and Volume 2 is entitled The Works of God.

No other systematic theology is more vibrant, more energetic, more contemporary, more sharp and direct in its exposition of the central themes of Christian faith.

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