by Issa Haddad


What is Systematic Theology?

Systematic theology is a science where theologians study the Bible on a particular subject to see what does the Bible say about this topic.

There are many books on systematic theology, with many different theological views, positions, and traditions. Many of these books hold the same name, but few are as popular today as Grudem’s


Systematic Theology by Wayne Grudem

Wayne Grudem’s Systematic Theology is one of the best systematic theology books out there. He is a reformed theologian i.e., he believes in the doctrine of grace. He is also a charismatic theologian. He believes in the continual of the miraculous spiritual gifts (such as: healing, interpretation of tongues, tongues, prophecy, etc.) mentioned in Paul’s first letter to the Corinthians chapters 12-14. I am a cessationist so beware how to read this section of this systematic theology book.

Grudem’s ability to present the doctrines and the supporting verses makes his book excellent. He often write the verses within the paragraphs as he is talking about the different doctrines.

I encourage you to buy the hard copy of Systematic Theology: An Introduction to Biblical Doctrine by Wayne Grudem. It will be a good companion to the audio lectures.

Here is the audio lectures by Wayne Grudem for free. He started working on those in 2005 and they are finally done. He did these lectures in Scottsdale Bible Church in Arizona.

You can also subscribe to or download 118 audio lectures on iTune Wayne Grudem.