Most of the number theory textbooks I've dealt with take a very classical approach to the subject. I'm looking for a textbook that's something like a first course in number theory for people who have a decent command of modern algebra (at the level of something like Lang's Algebra). Does such a book exist, and if it does, what is it called?
Edit: As I posted in a comment below:
In the introduction to Ireland and Rosen, they note something that was bugging me for a while, "Nevertheless it is remarkable how a modicum of group and ring theory introduces unexpected order into the subject."
This is precisely the perspective I was looking for, so if anyone passes by this topic looking for a book that approaches number theory in this way, I feel like this quote should point him (her?) in the right direction.