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    Default Best book of basic (or systematic) theology

    A cool guy i met reccomended systematic theology by wayne a grudem. From what he said, it appeared to have the tight attributes, but he (the guy) is calvinist. I am not calvinist and im not arminian either because i believe in eternal security but i lean towards the arminian side of the sliding scale. *sorry if arminianism isnt allowed? I havent posted in a long time* Are there any good systematic theology books out there? Or basic theology? I know my Bible well but im a beginner at theology. Mods please dont move to book section unless you have to (because this is more apologetics based and this gets more traffic so ill have a better chance at an answer).
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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wayne_Grudem
    He is the author of, among other books, Systematic Theology: An Introduction to Biblical Doctrine, which advocates a Calvinistic soteriology, the verbal plenary inspiration and inerrancy of the Bible, believerís baptism, a plural-elder form of church government, and the complementarian view of gender relationships. Grudem holds to noncessationist Charismatic beliefs and was at one time a qualified supporter of the Vineyard Movement and one of the main apologists and spokesmen for reuniting Charismatic, Reformed, and Evangelical churches.
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    I have "Basic Theology" by Charles Ryrie. I haven't read it cover to cover, but so far I haven't found anything obviously wrong. It is only one volume so it may not have the depth of other ones which have two or more books (not necessarily a bad thing).

    I vote against Grudem's Systematic Theology, I thought it was too Calvinistic and I think I remember it had some Charismatic viewpoints too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by clemson View Post
    Mods please dont move to book section unless you have to (because this is more apologetics based and this gets more traffic so ill have a better chance at an answer).
    Actually clemson, your thread will do better here in BBD because many of our members do not visit Apologetics. Apologetics can be a rough and tumble environment wherein we fiercely defend the Word and therefore it's not a place for the kind of traffic you wish to see your topic generate.

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