When the older youth or adults in a church have questions on Reformed theology, where do they go? To their busy pastor? To a lengthy book on dogmatics? Often searches for answers become to daunting to pursue. But not any more. With the publication of Doctrine according to Godliness, the average reader, late teens through senior citizens, members in the pew or officebearers, will have exactly the tool they need to get informed quickly.
The author has prepared short, easy-to-read explanations of more than 235 topics in Reformed theology. The sections are, amazingly, both comprehensive yet succinct, each only a page or two long. An index to the subject titles will allow the reader to find a title under any of its key words. The book makes an especially good resource for older young people in doctrine classes, for newcomers to the Reformed faith on domestic or foreign mission fields, and for those studying doctrine with a view toward church membership.