Systematic Theology

Systematic Theology

This landmark edition combines Berkhof's standard, systematic treatment of the doctrines of the Reformed faith--his magnum opus--with his Introduction to the Study of Systemtic Theology. Written in a scholarly yet simple style, the work includes a thorough bibliography and study questions at the end of each chapter.

Title:Systematic Theology
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9780851510569
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    Systematic Theology Reviews

  • Brent McCulley

    Having read up to this point, by way of comprehensive systematics, Calvin's "Institutes" (Magisterial Reformer), Erickson's "Christian Theology" (Baptist) and Oden's three-volume systematic (Methodist...

  • Jacob London

    It’s been a pleasure to read Berkhof’s Systematic Theology over these last few months. Although its only the third systematic theology I have read, I cannot think of how a one volume systematic th...

  • Aaron

    This is a great reference book. It is organized very well and will serve as a trustworthy guide into theological topics. It is written at a technical level and is Reformed in perspective, but Berkhof ...

  • Joshua Phillips

    One of the most succinctly clear systematic theologies I have come in contact with. I appreciate Berkhof's wisdom and catholicity in content. Berkhof has bookended my undergrad experience at Reformati...

  • Argin Gerigorian

    This week was the toughest with regards to reading. I had the privilege of reading Louis Berkhof’s, Systematic Theology. I had to average about 150 pages a day (skipping one) and that wasn’t easy....

  • Jacob Aitken

    Pros: 1. Berkhof did his homework and nicely covers most contrary opinions. 2. He clearly states the issue and does a decent job presenting it.3. I think it is better than Bavinck. It is only one volu...

  • Ryan Wallace

    This is an amazing reference book of theological goodness, but for your own sake give it your full attention while reading. This is not a book that you just pick up and read for a second or two; it re...

  • Matt

    It was nicknamed the "big–blue-sleeping-pill" in seminary, but I couldn't read it after dinner or I wouldn't be able to go to bed. That said it's a little dated and lists proof texts without context...

  • Don

    Other than Calvin's "Institutes of the Christian Religion", perhaps the most important Reformed work on Systematic Theology. A hard, but must read for anyone serious about understanding theology....

  • Andrew Talbert

    Brilliant mind. Boring read. Bavinck is preferable. Begin all sentences with "b."...