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Theology belongs in the pulpit, the school, the workplace, the family and everywhere. Society as a whole is weakened when theology is neglected. Without a systematic application of theology, too often people approach the Bible with a smorgasbord mentality, picking and choosing that which pleases them. This two-volume set addresses this subject in order to assist in the app Theology belongs in the pulpit, the school, the workplace, the family and everywhere. Society as a whole is weakened when theology is neglected. Without a systematic application of theology, too often people approach the Bible with a smorgasbord mentality, picking and choosing that which pleases them. This two-volume set addresses this subject in order to assist in the application of the Word of God to every area of life and thought.


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Theology belongs in the pulpit, the school, the workplace, the family and everywhere. Society as a whole is weakened when theology is neglected. Without a systematic application of theology, too often people approach the Bible with a smorgasbord mentality, picking and choosing that which pleases them. This two-volume set addresses this subject in order to assist in the app Theology belongs in the pulpit, the school, the workplace, the family and everywhere. Society as a whole is weakened when theology is neglected. Without a systematic application of theology, too often people approach the Bible with a smorgasbord mentality, picking and choosing that which pleases them. This two-volume set addresses this subject in order to assist in the application of the Word of God to every area of life and thought.

44 review for Systematic Theology (2 Volume Set)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Erika Schanzenbach

    I slowly worked my way through this two volume set over the past two years. It was well worth the time. A two volume systematics looks dry and daunting sitting on the shelf, but Rushdoony never strayed too far from practical application. A very helpful read, I’m sure I’ll reference in the future.

  2. 4 out of 5

    G Walker

    Rushdoony is an acquired taste. That said, this set if worth keeping around and hanging on to. Good stuff. A little hard to read at places, and a little odd too in some of what he addresses, but overall good and solid content. Not a strict systamatician, but that's a good thing. Presuppositional, Postmillennial, Biblical, etc. There are better works out there (but not too many really). This one is good and very much worth engaging. All that said, I while I do think that he has a lot to contribut Rushdoony is an acquired taste. That said, this set if worth keeping around and hanging on to. Good stuff. A little hard to read at places, and a little odd too in some of what he addresses, but overall good and solid content. Not a strict systamatician, but that's a good thing. Presuppositional, Postmillennial, Biblical, etc. There are better works out there (but not too many really). This one is good and very much worth engaging. All that said, I while I do think that he has a lot to contribute to the outworking of a Trinitarian world and life view, I do believe that he makes some substantial errors in his methodology and has some critical misunderstandings in regards to the creeds. Good stuff overall. And, despite his reputation and controversial stance on the law - he IS someone that should be taken very seriously. Hands down one of the most important American and Reformed thinkers of the last generation of theologians.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Douglas Hayes

    An absolutely unique and wonderful treatment of theology. RJR has a number of things that I ALWAYS take issue with (e.g. low view of the church, patriarchal bent, etc) - but aside from that, his systematic theology is without comparison. I've never seen anything like it. In addition to typical theologies, Rushdoony also provides systematic theologies of things like: The Land, Work, Time, Authority and Prayer. This theology is not to be missed by serious thinkers, and those who what to holisticall An absolutely unique and wonderful treatment of theology. RJR has a number of things that I ALWAYS take issue with (e.g. low view of the church, patriarchal bent, etc) - but aside from that, his systematic theology is without comparison. I've never seen anything like it. In addition to typical theologies, Rushdoony also provides systematic theologies of things like: The Land, Work, Time, Authority and Prayer. This theology is not to be missed by serious thinkers, and those who what to holistically apply the faith to every are of faith and practice.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Jacob Aitken

    The section on the bible was interesting, and it seemed like Rush presented two alternatives: van til or absolute statist tyranny! The rest of the book was disjointed. The footnoting was horrible at he used a funny font of KJV in his use of the bible within the text. A good section on law and land, but really tough to recommend as a whole.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Aaron Slack

    Indispensable.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Thomas Achord

    Perceptive only as Rushdoony can be. However, I would have liked more scriptural grounding and much less repetition of themes. It feels more like a collection of essays.

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    Felipe

    Great! Excellent!

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