I love this book and have read it multiple times in Bible study groups as I have mentored other men to learn to study theology. It is one of the first books I have thinking Christians read before they tread the waters of the deep (you know what they say, ‘C’mon man I want my Berkhof and I want it now,’ with really intense stare with the TULIP in their eyes and I’m like, ‘Chill out spawn of Calvin and read Roger Olsen for some balance’) and get them thinking about theological frameworks and categories.
This book is written in plain language so that everyone can understand that EVERYONE NEEDS THEOLOGY, BECAUSE EVERYONE…at least in some sense, is a THEOLOGIAN. The question that the drives the book is this: Do you have good theology or bad theology. Find the resource here: