William's three-volumes-in-one attempt at a Systematic Theology for Charismatics is for the most part accurate, certainly useful, and easily digested. The basic tenets of the Christian faith are presented in an attractive style, the arguements much more easily understood than, say, Berkhof, or the Hodges. He is a man of his time, an excellent teacher, and well-worth reading. My theological position is Calvanistic rather than Arminian, but I found him neither arrogant nor 'condescending'. All-in-all, I am happy to have his work on my desk, as a handy, readable, reference tool. I strongly recommend this book.