This course is an overview of the theological areas of prolegomena, revelation, theology proper, anthropology, and Christology.
This course is a study of the theological areas of prolegomena, revelation, and theology proper.
By the end of this course the student will:
- Articulate the meaning of key theological terms and concepts.
- Explain the nature and necessity of systematic theology including the significance of theological thinking and interpretation.
- Articulate personal positions on these doctrines within the biblical framework while employing proper theological method.
- Articulate Biblical answers to key theological questions raised by the church and/or the world that pertain to biblical doctrines.
- Technical Requirements
- Download and install a browser other than Microsoft Internet Explorer. We suggest Firefox or Google Chrome.
- The E-learning system performs better with Firefox or Google Chrome browsers.
- Academic Requirements
- A score of 70% or higher is required for a successful completion of the course.
- Lessons: Complete the weekly lessons, including the questions at the end of each lesson.
- Complete the final exam.
- Term paper:Write a 3 -5 pages paper on the nature, or the work of God.
Erickson, Millard J. Christian Theology. 2nd ed. Baker Academic, 2001. 1312 pages.
Part three: The nature of God and part four: the work of God