Dr. Paul Enns writes from an Evangelical perspective, but took great pains to be accurate and objective in all he wrote. He quotes from respected authorities in each area of theological study, and then compares their conclusions and methods to Scripture. For students interested in deeper study than this book provides, Enns has offered a beginning bibliography for each theological systems. Enns briefly introduces and explains each theological system. Then he looks at specific issues and doctrines which come out of each particular system. In Biblical Theology, Enns looks at theology during various eras, and by various biblical authors. In Systematic Theology, Enns focuses on various doctrines about the Bible, God, Christ, the Holy Spirit, men, sin, the church, and the last days. To understand Historical theology, Enns points us to the epochs of Christian history, and for Dogmatic Theology, he compares various systems including Calvinism, Arminianism, Catholicism, and others. Finally, in Contemporary Theology the focus is on the various theologies which have appeared (and disappeared, for some) during the twentieth century.