The book is nicely organized and arranged in a logical manner.
I highly recommend this book for anyone who is serious about knowing what our Lord was preaching about and what He was living.
Systematic Theologians will be uncomfortable with the way he leaves tension between author's of Scripture at points.
Ladd is an amazing Theologian, I highly recommend this book!
Bought this used from seller. Everything was as described. Good job thank your for your honesty.
46 chapters and over 720 pages, however, not boring. Fine scholarship and exegesis here. Dr. Ladd covers the New Testament from start to finish. Highly informative. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Melvin C. Williams
Husband needed this to develop his lectures for Russian block course. The school had this book in Russian but not I Howard Marshall's. Glad to have both and cover all the basesPublished 9 months ago by SandiJ
I got the book for supplemental reading in a course I was taking at Mid-Continent University. I did not have all the time that I would have loved to have read all of the book but I... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Mark Dueben
One doesn't need to agree with Ladd on every point to value this survey of his New Testament theology. Ladd's long scholarship jumps off every page. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Russ Herald
The significance of Ladd's work is hard to fully quantify, but the fact that most Evangelicals will comfortably tout 'already, but not yet' theology is evidence of his... Read morePublished on November 5, 2012 by Ben
G.E. Lads's book is a gem in systematic theology. If you are looking to breakdown the bible on a step by step basis, this is the book to study.Published on June 22, 2012 by akingskid
I do not agree with Ladd on everything, but his work is an excellent resource. I find myself using it frequently in other applications.Published on June 27, 2011 by Olaf Lutherson