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Bryan5 Stars Out Of 5June 29, 2005BryanThis is one of the best systematic theology writings around today. It is a very definitive work on Dispensational theology and is also Calvinistic in its Soteriology. It teaches and defends 4 of the 5 points of Calvinism. It deals greatly with the distinctions between Israel and the Church in their purposes in the plan of God and the rules of life under the dispensation of law, Grace and the Kingdom Age. It should be in every theological library shelf. It is great in its teachings in each aspect of theology and does merit time for serious study in theology.
Loren Senders4 Stars Out Of 5June 19, 2004Loren SendersThis is probably the most thorough work of systematic theology available to the lay person. Chafer tends to be more devotional than some of the more intellectual German works. Chafer, as always is warm and easy to read. Every conservative Protestant church library should have a copy of this work, though I prefer the original 7 vol set. It should be noted that Chafer presents the dispensational view of theology as opposed to a Reformed or covenant view.Though this is said to be "unabridged," there are, sadly, points missing. Here it would be suggested to read other works by Chafer, especially, "Grace." The conservative Protestant Christian cannot go wrong by purchasing and reading Chafer.
Jonathan Ferguson5 Stars Out Of 5January 29, 2002Jonathan FergusonThough I have not been through the majority of his Systematic Theology, I still know it is a wonderful set. In this set Chafer teaches clear Bible doctrines, while showing error in opposing doctrines. This is a "must" for those who wish to contend for the faith. It is well worth the money!