In Foundations: An Overview of Systematic Theology, R.C. Sproul shows that the truths of Scripture relate to each other in perfect harmony. This eye-opening series addresses a myriad of questions about the origin and authority of the Bible, God, the Trinity, man, sin, salvation, revelation, miracles, the church, the end times, and more.
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RC Sproul is a very good teacher. He has a way of explaining complex theological issues in a simple way. This book would be the Equivalent to the good Bible College or Seminary overview of Reformed Theology.
I truly appreciate how Dr Sproul took the time to learn and devote energy for our edification. I've listened to multiple chapters more than once. It has increased my understanding and knowledge of God's word so I can teach others. Thanks Dr Sproul!
This series of lectures about systematic theology presents the main questions of the field with the assumptions of reformed theology. R. C. Sproul gives a clear exposition of the differents themes, giving the reader a path to immerse in the treasury of God's Word.
You can never get a cup of tea large enough or a book long enough to suit me.” ― C.S. Lewis
Love the book. RC Sproul is a very clear thinker, you couldn't ask for a better reader or in this case speaker. The only disagreement I have with him is his view on the rapture. He doesn't believe in it. Highly recommended.
It took me way too long in life to realize how much more enjoyable it is to be read to than reading for yourself.
I prefer the version better than the print version that was based off these lectures, "Everyone's a Theologian" because I thoroughly enjoy RC Sproul's ability to engage his audience as an orator.
Hands down, my favorite part of these lectures is Sproul's abilities to make sense for the lay person when discussing deep theological concepts.
I'm a subscriber to Ligonier Connect and am very familiar with all of RC Sproul's lectures. "Foundations" is one of my most favorite because it is a wonderful introduction to Systematic Theology, a subject that, sadly, too many Christians know nothing nor care to know anything about.
The reader and author is a great man of God provides various perspectives I was teaching that are biblically sound
"Worth hearing 50 times at least"
Yes, I'd recommend any interested party with enough time and determination to hear/read this.
Plenty to think about, and well worth the effort.
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