The hits just keep coming. I'm pleased to announce the release of Wayne Grudem's Systematic Theology in conjunction with Bits & Bytes, Inc. Written to be understood by students and laypeople rather than just his fellow academics, Grudem's Systematic Theology has become remarkably popular among conservative evangelicals. Grudem tackles both the classic theological questions such as the authority of the Scriptures, the nature of God, and the nature of the atonement, as well as many of today's hotly contested theological controversies.
At the end of each chapter, Grudem includes questions for personal application, a list of special terms used within that chapter (which are linked to a glossary), a Scripture memory passage, a relevant hymn, and references to the pertinent sections of other systematic theologies and theological works. In the case of works which are available within Accordance, Grudem's citations have been hyperlinked. So, for example, whenever Grudem cites theologies by Calvin, Hodge, Strong, Gill, or Finney, you need only click the link to see those references. Likewise, you'll find links to the works of Jonathan Edwards, Schaff's Creeds of Christendom, various commentaries, Zondervan and IVP resources, etc. In this way, Grudem's Theology becomes a kind of theological cross-reference leading to further study.
Grudem's Systematic Theology can be purchased and downloaded directly from the Accordance web-site. The list price is $50, but it is currently on sale for just $40.