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An attractive, accessible introduction to systematic theology for college students. Rooted in classical theology with strong sensitivities to ecumenical, liberation, and feminist concerns, the book creates exciting and pertinent presentations of major topics, illumines options, and nudges students to formulate a personal stance.
Students often find introductions to systematic theology too daunting or boring to wade through. Here author and teacher Bradley Hanson offers an attractive, accessible alternative for undergraduates. Hanson draws on 16 years of successful teaching to create exciting and pertinent presentations of major topics, illuminate options on key issues, and nudge students to formulate a personal stance.
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5 Stars Out Of 5
Excellent Intro for students of theology
November 7, 2013
As a site manager of for an ELCA Diakonia program I select and purchase the textbooks used by the instructors. Hanson gives students, most of whom have had some post secondary education, and solid grounding in Christian theology. I have used it as a source when preparing presentations for our Adult Christian Education program. I would strongly encourage anyone seeking a good introduction to the subject to read this book, the font is larger than the earlier edition making it easier to read and comfortable margins for notes.