Now Available! Volume One: Doctrine of God

We're happy to announce the long-awaited publication of the first volume of Greg Nichols Lectures in Systematic Theology. It's presently available for $25 at WTSBooks or for $10 as a Kindle Edition on Amazon.com

Nichols is Professor of Systematic Theology for Reformed Baptist Seminary. His comprehensive treatment of the doctrine of God reflects over 30 years of seminary and pastoral experience. Rarely does one find a systematic theology that combines a concern for exegetical precision with an emphasis on practical application. It's a systematic theology that will preach!

Here's what others are saying:

I have waited for 20 years to see these lectures finally delivered to us in book form. Though Greg Nichols has evidently interacted with the great Systematic theologians of the past, the contents of these pages are no mere echoes of a bygone era. He has used his gifts and applied his mind in his vintage years to build on this historic foundation and bequeathed to the church a Systematic Theology that is both biblically based and historically fresh. If these are the first fruits, I wonder what the other volumes will be like!

Dr. Conrad Mbewe, Chancellor of the African Christian University and Principal of the Lusaka Ministerial College in Lusaka, Zambia

In a day full of light books, Greg Nichols has given us a treatment on the attributes of God in a manner so thoroughly Biblical as to establish the adoration of our Lord upon the firmest of foundations. Here we find gems worth mining. Here is solid nourishment for the head and heart of every hungry believer.

John Snyder, Christ Church, New Albany, Mississippi, Authored ‘Behold Your God’, PhD. Trinity St. David’s, University of Wales

Greg Nichols’ work is articulate, insightful, warm, reverent, fresh, worshipful, exhaustive, soaked in Scripture and the great theologians of the Reformed tradition. This is systematic theology at its finest. It is executed with exegetical and pastoral acuity. 

Brian Borgman, founding pastor of Grace Community Church in Minden, NV, author of Feelings and FaithAfter They’re Yours: The Grace and Grit of Adoption and co-author of Spiritual Warfare

Greg Nichols’ careful and thorough study of the doctrine of God provides a rich and nutritious banquet for the minds and hearts of the people of God. This is a book to be read slowly, prayerfully, and deliberately in order to benefit fully from the innumerable insights offered.  One rarely finds studies in theology as detailed, yet accessible, as one encounters reading Nichols’ work.  I highly commend thistreatment of the doctrine of God as worthy of sustained study and reflection.  

Bruce A. Ware, T. Rupert and Lucille Coleman Professor of Christian Theology, Chairman of the Department of Christian Theology, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary