Systematic theology is any study that answers the question, ‘What does the whole Bible teach us today?’ about any given topic.” —Wayne Grudem

Everyone is a theologian! Everyone has beliefs about God, what saves them, and how they should live. What makes Systematic Theology special is the way it considers the Bible as a whole when looking at a topic. Like a puzzle, theologians collect and understand all the relevant passages in the Bible on a topic and then summarize this information in clear teaching. Thankfully, people like Wayne Grudem have already done a lot of the hard work. We can use their research to help further our understanding of God and the Bible.


Dr. Wayne Grudem is a world-renowned professor and biblical scholar. Watch the below video for a concise yet substantial explanation of the concept of systematic theology.


Do you have the first edition of this valuable study tool? Hear from Dr. Grudem about what’s new in this second edition.

This resource is widely read and very accepted in Christian academic circles. This edition has several distinct features, such as keeping technical terms at a minimum, a friendly and emotive tone, and frequent life-application notes. You can also separately purchase a companion workbook! If you’re looking to dive into the study of theology or just want more solid teaching, this is a great starting place. Learn more by following the link below.

Still confused? Read this post about the difference between Biblical and Systematic Theology!

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