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Posted April 26, 2006
From his wealth of experience as a respected professor of theology, and with a good mentor¿s sensitivity to a student¿s budget, Sawyer has effectively created a tidy theological reference library in one volume. It concisely covers all the basic introductory issues, orients beginners to the main traditions of doing theology, profiles the major thinkers, explains terminology essential to theological literacy, and concludes with an extensive annotated bibliography. By my calculation, that¿s just about five volumes in one! From dispensationalism to liberation theology, from Charles Wesley to Paul Tillich, and from epistemology to eucharist, Sawyer capably and even-handedly delivers the big picture. We anticipate many grateful readers. With the help of this volume, young theologians will not only survive but thrive!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.