There are many Systematic Theology's books on the market that fits anyone fancy, or religion. As many know, if your theology is wrong, your doctrine is wrong, because doctrine is based on theology. I have four or five theology books for comparison. My all time favorite is Wayne Grudem's Systematic Theology. For this reason I ordered his Introduction to Doctrine. His books are clear and concise, easy to read and understand. His books have cleared my mind of many questions. To become better equip in the knowledge of God, there are no better books to own.
This very in-depth book has 57 chapters on Scripture, God Himself, Christ, man, redemption, the Church, and the Future. You don't have to be a Theologian to understand it. The print is a decent size. My husband enjoys just reading through it for better over-all understanding and it is a good reference book for the classes I teach. I find Wayne Grudem to be a great writer.
The is one of the best introductory systematics. Wayne has a knack for simplifying Bible truths without diluting them. Not only can this systematic be used in the classroom, it can also be used for ones devotion. He applies Biblical truth throughout the book. Though I don't personally agree with some of his positions, I still highly recommend this work.
Grudem's Systematic Theology is well worth the money spent. He does a good job in most areas he covers. The chapter on creation was not an accurate biblical presentation. Likewise, his chapter on tongues and prophecy needs a little work. Other than these two problematic areas I recommend it find its way into all theologians library.