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Number of Pages: 1280
Publication Date: 2005
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Robert Culver wrote Systematic Theology with the goal of creating a treasure trove for the student of the Bible. No previous knowledge of theology demanded, this volume is written in an essentially readable way and is the perfect core to the library of anyone who loves to learn.
Subjects include: the doctrine of God, the doctrine of man as created, the doctrine of man as fallen, the doctrine of salvation, the doctrine of last things, and the doctrine of Christ.
Terry Brown5 Stars Out Of 5March 18, 2009Terry BrownI have found the book to be very thorough and the questions placed before me were probing. I highly recommend this book.
Leon Roberts5 Stars Out Of 5September 19, 2008Leon RobertsThis is an excellent work on systematic theology. I purchased it because while doing research for a paper I discovered that in some areas of Millard Erickson's Systematic Theology brevity of treatment in some areas where Culver went into much greater detail. I think the major difference between the two works is that Erickson assumes basic knowledge on the part of the reader where Culver assumes the reader has little to no basic knowledge of systematic theology. I believe that these two authors, Erickson and Culver compliment each other so I now have both works in my pastoral library.
Phil Gons5 Stars Out Of 5May 16, 2007Phil GonsCulver's work would be an excellent addition to the library of any evangelical student, pastor, or teacher. I highly recommend it.