The Christian church has a long tradition of systematic theology - that is, studying theology and doctrine organized around fairly standard categories such as the word of God, redemption, and Jesus Christ. This introduction to systematic theology has several distinctive features:
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This was not the actual audio version of the book. However, it was a collection of talks, or, as he refers to them himself, "sessions that summarize the book. If you are looking for the full version of the book, I recommend getting the physical copy until a full, unabridged version of the audio is available. Disappointed that Audible did not clarify.
this is a pretty good overview of grudem's systematic theology, but I wish it was a lot longer - preferably, I would like an unabridged recording of the book.
however, this is a good substitute for now
this audio version contains most of the text but not all. It contains the same idea, but not text to text reading. Maybe this is why it is a lot easier to understand. It is definitely audience freindly to listen to the audio than reading the book. However, if you are studying for the test, you should read the book, if you do not want to miss any detail. But if you are cramming, this really helps.
Wayne's conversation was so fluid and casual that I was able to listen through half of this book in one day. And I finished the whole Tome in two days. That is very good progress for a book that is Academic in purpose and 1200 pages long in book form. I wish I could hear all my college seminary books the same way this one progresses.
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