I recommend any one who want study or read on theology this book.
Overall, the work is not all that impressive, but yet it serves as a scholarly introduction to the topic of Systematic Theology (albeit, not quite as good as Ryrie).
The fact is that what HCT believed was the Biblical position and taught in his work was changed-up to make certain of his positions unrecognizable.
An "in-depth" book on Biblical doctrines. The editing by Vern Doerksen makes the book very readable, especially with the use of NASB translation of Scripture! Read morePublished 2 months ago by Tim Smith
I would give this book a 10. It was presented the way it was received. It is in depth for Bible StudyPublished 2 months ago by Sandra L. Uhles
I'm studying theology so as a text book I love it. I recommend any one who want study or read on theology this book.Published 5 months ago by tato
Had to get this book for Bible College and it was defiantly worth the monty. I learned so many valuable things.Published 6 months ago by Josh Zehner
This book was a perfect synopsis to the extent of systematic theology. Most theology books I have encountered have been quite lengthy, but Lectures in Systematic Theology proved to... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Meridith Hicks
Excellent read, very informative, worth the price. What more can I say but the book is jam packed with good information.Published 10 months ago by Alan Edmunds
It Was great! It had great information. It was a very much needed book for my library. I would recommend it to all ministers.Published 11 months ago by John Garr
Thiessen is the first systematic theology I reach for when researching any theological question during sermon preparation. It ought to be in every pastor's libraryPublished 13 months ago by Tom Howell
If you want to be bored to the death, please do read this so called theology. I personally don't see it as systematic theology, it is more like biblical theology and even in this... Read morePublished on June 11, 2012 by Vasya